Often described as luxe-for-less, Zara has been a much-favoured brand whilst sourcing dupes of big-name perfumes or expensive fits. The release of the brand’s beauty line saw a variety of good quality products at very affordable rates, setting the standard for fashion brands foraying into the world of beauty.
The magic of the products lies within the expertise of British MUA Diane Kendal, who has been a part of many iconic runway moments and editorial photoshoots. There is attention to detail in Zara’s beauty line. From the minimalist packaging to the clean formulation, we’ve loved using these products.
The collection claims inclusivity and sustainability thanks to the product’s refillable packaging and almost 51 shades of foundation. The Zara makeup collection features products for the eyes, lips, face and nails!
Now, as they release their newest gold-themed hair accessory line, it seems like Zara is ushering in a new era of high-performing products for a fraction of the price. And if they’re half as good and affordable as the beauty line, colour me impressed!
The new collection is formulated and designed by renowned hairstylist, Guido Palau, the man behind many jaw-dropping runway hairstyles. He has also collaborated with brands like Versace and worked on his fair share of Vogue covers. The four-piece holiday set aptly labelled, Glitter in Gold consists of a glistening golden gel, a metallic gold glitter spray, a set of shiny metal bobby pins and a golden comb.
In an interview with TZR, Palau describes the collection as “makeup for hair.” He says, “To me, gold feels very glamorous,” highlighting yet another successful attempt by Zara to bring luxury to the masses. Zara also roped in Kaia Gerber to showcase the new release in a fun, flirty teaser video on Instagram.
The collection’s aim is to give you more possibilities when it comes to hairstyling for big occasions. With these versatile products, you can add a slight shine to your everyday style with a delicate bobby pin or go all out with a head full of gold. In the same interview with TZR, Palau likens the product line to highlighters and shimmery makeup products, which are all the rage right now and have been since the ’90s.
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