As consumers, we are bombarded with tons of cosmetic companies telling us that we “need” A, B, and C products. When I link up with someone or tell them that I’ll write a review for their product, there’s gotta be something that makes them stand out. What makes Zahara Cosmetics any different?
Well, I’m not a spokesperson for this brand, but let’s start with the nail polish. The polish is water-permeable and the formula allows oxygen to pass through to the bed of your nail. So, if you happen to be Muslim, it is wudu friendly. Also, Zahara’s polish doesn’t contain the five main harsh chemicals that other popular nail polishes have. They also have a “small business” feel, which is cool.
Polish: I used the polish (Lovender) for my Tribal-Inspired shoot. And it glided on easy, dried fast, and I actually didn’t need the 2nd coat. It lasts about as long as other polishes on the market.
EyeLiner: I have very sensitive eyes. So the liner didn’t bother my waterline and it glided on smoothly.
When I link up with someone or tell them that I’ll write a review for their product, there’s gotta be something that makes them stand out. What makes Zahara Cosmetics any different?
Matte Lippie: I’ve tried all kinds of lipsticks, especially the cream mattes, so I know a thing or two. I’m wearing “Mystery.” So, the lippie glides on great. And the coverage is very good. No thinning like Colourpop or some of Kat Von D’s lip line. When it dries, it does gets a little gritty. I suggest exfoliating your lips before application. I’d say the lippie is far from Colourpop, but slightly underneath Anastasia Beverley Hills in quality. There is minimal transfer as well.
Eyeshadow Pallets: I used the “Fifth Avenue Pallet.” Overall, the coverage was pretty good. The only complaint that my MUA had was that all the colors were very “shimmery” and she wished that they had a few mattes available in the set of four.
Overall, I enjoyed the products, especially the lip colors.
You guys check out Zahara Cosmetics and let me know what you think.