Beauty fans rave about Home Bargains' Jo Malone dupes that last for ages and get them loads of compliments | The Sun

WE all love a good perfume – one that makes us smell delicious and lasts all day.

And while there are tonnes of designer fragrance dupes on the market, people often find that their scent fades within a few minutes.

However, beauty fans have taken to TikTok to rave about Home Bargains' new dupes of Jo Malone's perfumes, which they say last for ages and attracts loads of compliments.

Georgia took to TikTok to share a look at the latest fragrances, as she said: "Home Bargains have stepped up their game and they have released brand new perfume dupes… and a lot of them.

"I smelt them all and they smelt so good – just like the originals.

"And they are so cheap – like £1.99 cheap.

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"It’s unreal."

The dupes of Jo Malone's Pomegranate Noir and Honeysuckle and Jasmine are just £3.99 each, and called Elegant Pomegranate and Elegant Jasmine and Honey respectively, and people were quick to praise them in the comments section.

"I've had the pomegranate one for ages and get so many compliments on it and it actually lasts!" one wrote.

"The pomegranate one is beautiful so strong," another added.

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"jo malone honeysuckle and jasmine is amazing – lasts all day," a third agreed.

While another wrote: "i have the elegant jasmine and honey, smells really nice."

The dupes are so good that people are even losing them to their partners.

"my partner nicked my jo Malone dupe lol," one wrote.

"Take it back!" Georgia urged.

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