16th Jan 2016
Singer Demi Lovato make be a fan of sharing plenty of make-up free selfies on social media, but she knows how to rock an amazing smokey eye. You’ll now be able to recreate her look, as the former Disney star has launched her own make-up collection, in collaboration with NYC Cosmetics.
Lovato?is the new face of the beauty brand for 2016, and has been working closely with NYC?to create the?new products for her Lovatics Collection. As well as featuring a seriously gorgeous eyeshadow palette and cheek-and-lip stains that we’ll be coveting, all items come under €10.
Featuring 12 shades with matte and shimmer finishes, the palette is a ringer for the pricer Urban Decay counterparts, so if you’re on a budget this month, at €6.99 this should be well up your street. The collection also includes lip-and-cheek stains in three different shades, a volumising mascara, and an eyebrow pencil in two colours.
The collection is all about enhancing the eyes; as well as the eyeshadows, the mascara has dual fibres to pick up every last hair – plus beeswax and carnauba wax to make them look longer and thicker.
Lovato said her favourite from the line was the palette.”I put my favourite shades in this palette. The colours are universally flattering, blendable, but also beautiful on their own – from soft browns, cream, champagne to grey.?I’m also really impressed with the pigments, the colour and quality is really great and I love that it’s so affordable,” she said.
This is the songstress’ first?foray into beauty.
See highlights from the collection below, which after being recently launched in the US, ‘should be hitting selected NYC counters in Ireland this month.
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