Last year, I reviewed the Aldi Lacura Makeup Setting Spray, and today I have a review of the Aldi Lacura Make It Matte Setting Spray. The Aldi Lacura Makeup Setting Spray (in the blue bottle), is a straight-up dupe for the Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray.
My review of the original Lacura Makeup Setting Spray has been crazy popular, so I knew I had to share my thoughts on the Aldi Lacura Make It Matte Setting Spray, with a comparison to the original formula.
“For that flawless makeup look that lasts, the Lacura Matte Makeup Setting Spray is the perfect addition to your makeup routine. Simply spritz over your finished look for the day and allow it to dry and be sure that your makeup will last all day with a stunning matte finish.“
The Aldi Lacura Make It Matte Setting Spray is £3.99, and contains 110ml of product within a fuchsia pink, plastic bottle with a pump dispenser. Whilst the original ‘blue’ verison of the Lacura Setting Spray is a dupe for the original Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray, it looks like the Lacura Make It Matte Setting Spray is a dupe for the Urban Decay Ultra Matte Setting Spray, which launched back in December 2019.
Aldi Lacura Make It Matte Setting Spray Vs Urban Decay Ultra Matte Setting Spray
|Aldi Lacura Make It Matte Setting Spray||Urban Decay Ultra Matte Setting Spray|
|£3.99 / 110ml||£26 / 118ml|
|Contains kaolin to help absorb oil and shine||Contains kaolin to help absorb oil and shine|
|Contains Vitamin E and Aloe||Contains Vitamin E and Aloe|
I honestly don’t know Aldi manage to do it, but the Aldi Lacura Make It Matte Setting Spray is definitely a dupe for the Urban Decay All Nighter Ultra Matte Setting Spray. I only have a mini size of the Urban Decay version, thanks to a gift with purchase, but they even smell the same, with a massive price difference.
I personally prefer more hydrating setting sprays, as my skin is more dry than it is oily, but if your skin is looking overly shiny, the Aldi Lacura Make It Matte Setting Spray will instantly mattify any shine in just a couple of spritzes. I just don’t see the point in paying £26 for a product, when you get the same results from a £3.99 version, and I really hope Aldi will launch an Urban Decay Ultra Glow All Nighter dupe next.
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