Zara Beauty: It’s here and we are thrilled! But are you going to want to buy all of it? And can you?
So what can we expect from a beauty range by Zara? A collection that gives you a cool girl high-end aesthetic at high street prices.
A vision of bright colours, classic neutrals and stylish modern packaging, this collection promises to deliver everything you need, to create an editorial inspired look.
Zara teamed up with legendary British make-up artist Diane Kendal, who has worked on everything from Vogue covers to Tom Ford catwalk shows.
"When Zara approached me to lead the creative direction of Zara Beauty, I saw an opportunity to make something that everyone would want to use," says Kendal. "Zara has always reached such a diverse audience, and I wanted to bring that same big vision to beauty with a collection that is clean, refillable, and accessible to all."
With 130 different shades of classic Zara naturals to eccentric stand out brights, this collection promises something for everyone. For colour this collection is king, but we're looking forward to shade extensions in the complexion ranges, which we hope we will see in future launches.
Sadly, the bronzers and face palettes aren't as inclusive and expansive as we would hope (and expect).
Our hero product from the range, is a mask-proof matte lipstick, which in the current climate is a real godsend. Ultimatte in Original is the perfect dupe for the original Ruby Woo formula and colour - and a steal at £11.99.