First Look At Camila Cabello’s Entire Havana Makeup Collection
**Sings** Havana oh-na-na.
After teasing that she had a secret to share on social media, Camila Cabello has announced a 14-piece makeup collection with L’Oréal Paris—her first with the brand since she was announced as a spokesperson last year.
“I am extremely proud and excited about the Havana collection,” said the 21-year-old singer in a statement . “I wanted to create products that not only I would personally wear, but that would work well across various skin tones. For me, looking and feeling my best helps fuel my confidence and I hope to inspire other people to feel the same.”
L’Oréal Paris U.S. president Tim Coolican says the brand is “thrilled” to be bringing Cabello’s vision to life. “Camila is such an inspiration and empowering role model to women everywhere,” he says. “She’s defied expectations, has broken records, uses her voice to advocate for important causes and truly embodies our brand mission of championing worth.”
Havana Flash Liner ($18), Gotta Give Brow ($14), Lip Dew ( $16), Eye Shadow ($13), Sun-Lit Bronzer ($21).
According to the press release, the collection reflects Cabello’s “effortless and glowing” everyday approach to makeup. The floral packaging is a nod to the landscape of Havana, where Cabello grew up.
The Havana Sun Lit Bronzer is a liquid bronzer that comes in shades light/medium and medium/deep. The Havana Eyeshadows are described as creamy, and come in four shades: Oh-Na-Na, Control, Hot Havana and In Love. Havana Lip Dew lip glosses have an oversized doe-foot applicator, and offer subtle, natural-looking colour in Camila (soft pink), Desnudo (brown nude), Serendipity (peachy nude), Lit Up (bronze-y nude). Havana Gotta Give Brow, a liquid brow liner with an angled felt-tip applicator, comes in three shades: light, medium and deep. Havana Flash Liner is a black liquid eyeliner.
The L’Oréal Paris Havana Camila Cabello collection will be available to Canadians online at the end of August and in select stores mid-September.
And because you probably now have the collection’s namesake hit song in your head, we’ll leave you with this: