Zara make-up is finally here—here's what to shop from the first beauty collection

Zara makeup is officially on sale and these are the products that have caught team woman&home's eyes...

Collage of ZARA make-up including bronzer and lipsticks
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Zara make-up is finally here, and we're so excited to get our hands on the brand's first beauty collection. 

Having dominated the fashion sphere for years, the brand is turning things up a notch with the launch of Zara Beauty, its first make-up collection, which is now available to shop.

Fans will know that this isn't the first time that the mainstream fashion giant has dabbled in beauty, having teamed up with Jo Malone MBE to launch a capsule fragrance collection and some of the best scented candles under Zara Emotions.

But Zara Beauty is the brand's first comprehensive beauty collection and, trust us, we really have been spoiled. The launch is set to include highly-pigmented products for your eyes, lips, face, and nails, with over 130 cosmetic products in total.

The brand did not play around when it came to developing this line. The brand enlisted the expertise of legendary make-up artist Diane Kendal, the creative behind editorial runway looks for big-name designers like Balenciaga, Marc Jacobs, and Calvin Klein.

models wearing the Zara makeup collection

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"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,” Kendal said in a press release about the launch. “I am really proud of what we have created: an expansive array of consciously unique formulas for eyes, lips, face, and nails. To have this breadth of color and sense of playfulness, while also being clean and using high-quality ingredients, is something that hasn't really existed before.”

What's in the Zara make-up collection?

The range includes jelly lip oils, eyeliners, make-up brushes, eyeshadow palettes and nail polishes. The brand has also made sure to create products with all skin tones, genders and ages in mind—there's something for everyone.

In a sustainability win, shoppers can also refill certain products, like the bronzers and lipsticks, once they finish the formula. Keeping in line with Zara's affordable reputation, prices fall between $7.90 and $25.90, with refills starting at $4.90. 

Shop the Zara make-up collection - the woman&home edit

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Stiletto Demi Matte Lipstick, $12.90/£9.99 | ZARA (opens in new tab)

Refillable lipsticks are the way to go in 2021, and this colour rich, matte-with-a-hint-of-sheen lipstick comes in eight different shades. Keep the case, then refill with your chosen shade for $7.90/£5.99 (opens in new tab).

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Refillable Bronzer, $19.90/£14.99 | ZARA (opens in new tab)

A velvety bronzing powder designed to add instant warmth to the cheeks, there's no better time of year to shop this one. Refilling is in your purse's interest too, as a new pan will only set you back $15.90/£11.99 (opens in new tab). Hurrah!

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Nail Polish, $7.90/£5.99 | ZARA (opens in new tab)

Available in a massive 39 different shades, both bold and understated, we say you can never have too many nail polishes to choose from.

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Refillable Eye Shadow Palette, $25.90/£17.99 | ZARA (opens in new tab)

In several different color combinations, these eyeshadow palettes offer endless possibilities to suit just about any occasion. Even better news? When you hit pan, you can buy a refill of shades instead of buying a whole new palette. 

We can't wait to get our hands on these affordable beauty buys!

Have you bought any of the new Zara beauty products? Let us know on social media at @womanandhome.

Rylee is a U.S. news writer who previously worked for woman&home and My Imperfect Life covering lifestyle, celebrity, and fashion news. Before joining woman&home and My Imperfect Life, Rylee studied journalism at Hofstra University where she explored her interests in world politics and magazine writing. From there, she dabbled in freelance writing covering fashion and beauty e-commerce for outlets such as the TODAY show, American Spa Magazine, First for Women, and Woman’s World.