Everything You Need to Know About Zara Make Up

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When it comes to fashion Zara knows what it’s doing, but in case you didn’t know, the brand also does make up — yes, Zara Beauty exists.

Their beauty line launched in 2021 with a huge collection of 130 pieces. The initial release was composed of eyeshadows, eyeliners, lipsticks, nail polish, and much more.

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Zara Beauty isn’t the fashion retailer’s first foray into the beauty realm though. I’m sure you’ve seen its fragrances knocking around; they’re often said to be dupes for luxury perfumes.

Woman wearing matte liquid lipstick from Zara

Prior to the launch of the beauty range, the brand also released a collaboration with fragrance guru Jo Malone

Needless to say, Zara Beauty is shaping up to be just as essential as its fashion counterpart. If you’re not yet familiar with their beauty section, here’s everything you need to know.

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Is Zara Beauty clean?

If clean beauty is important to you and you want to know if Zara Beauty falls under this category, I have good news: it is.

With the help of British makeup artist Diane Kendal, Zara created Zara Beauty with clean formulas. This means the brand doesn’t use ingredients that have been found to be harmful to the skin.

Aside from an effort to provide clean products, Zara Beauty has also taken a step towards sustainability. Most of the products are housed in refillable or reusable containers, according to Setting Mind.

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Is Zara’s make up cruelty-free?

Does Zara test its products on animals? You’ll be happy to know that it does not.

However, while it has not been certified cruelty-free by any vetting organisation, the brand has shared that it does not test on animals at any point of production. 

Curious to try Zara Beauty? Start with some of our favourite picks.

Shop Wear Next’s Zara Beauty picks

Zara Nourishing Jelly Lip Oil

Nourishing Jelly Lip Oil, £7.99 – buy now

Zara Tinted Balm

Tinted Balm, £11.99 – buy now

Zara Manifesto Color Stick

Manifesto Color Stick, £12.99 – buy now

Zara Luminous Creamy Concealer

Luminous Creamy Concealer, £9.99 – buy now

Zara Multifunctional Palette

Multifunctional Palette, £27.99 – buy now

Zara Eyebrow Gel

Eyebrow Gel, £9.99 – buy now

Zara Quartz Veil Liquid Eyeshadow

Quartz Veil Liquid Eyeshadow, £11.99 – buy now

Zara Limitless Soft-matte Foundation

Limitless Soft-matte Foundation, £14.99 – buy now

Zara Hydro Glow Tinted Moisturizer

Hydro Glow Tinted Moisturizer, £14.99 – buy now