SHOPPERS have gone wild for Primark's latest beauty arrivals, which include Harry Potter, Disney, Barbie and Care Bear ranges.
Lauren Saddington took to her TikTok page to take fans on a tour of the Primark at Manchester's Trafford Centre.
And while she showed off some of the latest fashion bits in the store, it was the beauty section that caused the biggest stir.
Lauren's video kicked off in the Disney part of the beauty area, where there were wooden Mickey Mouse paddle hairbrushes for £4.50 and exfoliating gloves for £1.50.
She then moved onto the Harry Potter section, where there were packs of four beauty blenders – in different colours to represent Hogwarts' four houses – for £4.50.
There was also a set of gold Harry Potter make-up brushes for £7.00.
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If Barbie is more your cup of tea, there were Barbie exfoliating gloves for £1.50, false nails for £3, compact mirrors for £2.50 and make-up brush sets for £7.
There was also a Barbie shower cap for just £2, and even a gel eye mask for £2.50.
Lauren then moved on to the Care Bear section, where there was headbands, shower caps and hairbrushes on offer.
"THEY HAVE CAREBEARS STUFF WHAT," one person wrote in the comments section.
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While another added: "I AM RUNNING FOR THE Care bear stuff I neeeeed."
And someone else was desperate to get their hands on the Harry Potter set, writing: "Omg the Harry Potter stuff I want it."
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But others were less impressed, with one person commenting: "Am I just ageing or does Primark get more childish every year?"
As someone else agreed, writing: "Why does everything have characters on it?"
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