Camila Cabello Is Launching a Havana-Inspired Makeup Collection With L’Oréal Paris

Camila Cabello has been a L’Oréal Paris representative for just a single year, however she’s going to accomplish something a significant number of alternate appearances of the brand never have: dispatch an item coordinated effort. The vocalist helped L’Oréal Paris think of a 14-piece, restricted version cosmetics gathering called — what else? — Havana, named for her hit single and the Cuban city in which she was conceived.
The gathering, which ranges from $10 to $15, incorporates two shades of Havana Sun-Lit Bronzer, a fluid that makes a dewy impact; three shades of Havana Gotta Give Brow, a forehead pen that makes a characteristic look; Havana Flash Liner, a dark felt-tip marker-style eyeliner; and four shades every one of Havana Lip Dew lip sparkle and Havana Eye Shadow. Propelled by Cabello’s ordinary way to deal with cosmetics, the items can be utilized to make what L’Oréal Paris portrays as an “easy and sparkling” look. The brand says the hues are reasonable for all skin tones and have both a characteristic and sultry impact.
“I am to a great degree pleased and amped up for the Havana accumulation,” Cabello said in an official statement. “I needed to make items that I would actually wear, as well as that would function admirably crosswise over different skin tones. For me, looking and feeling my best helps fuel my certainty and I plan to move other individuals to feel the same.”
Cosmetics isn’t the main classification Cabello is associated with L’Oréal Paris. She has likewise as of late showed up in the brand’s advertisements for Elvive hair items. She’s additionally been tapped by brands like Guess, Candies, and Skechers to show up in print and TV advertisement crusades.
Camila Cabello has been a L’Oréal Paris representative for just a single year, however she’s going to accomplish something a considerable lot of alternate appearances of the brand never have: dispatch an item joint effort. The artist helped L’Oréal Paris think of a 14-piece, restricted version cosmetics gathering called — what else? — Havana, named for her hit single and the Cuban city in which she was conceived.
The accumulation, which ranges from $10 to $15, incorporates two shades of Havana Sun-Lit Bronzer, a fluid that makes a dewy impact; three shades of Havana Gotta Give Brow, a forehead pen that makes a characteristic look; Havana Flash Liner, a dark felt-tip marker-style eyeliner; and four shades every one of Havana Lip Dew lip gleam and Havana Eye Shadow. Propelled by Cabello’s regular way to deal with cosmetics, the items can be utilized to make what L’Oréal Paris depicts as an “easy and sparkling” look. The brand says the hues are reasonable for all skin tones and have both a characteristic and sultry impact.

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