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Nabla Cosmetics now ship to Ireland - here are 3 products to suss

A brand you can surrender your wallet to.

NABLA COSMETICS ARE an Italian indie brand with a philosophy of transparency and honesty.

The company’s products are cruelty-free and vegan, and can often be seen on Instagram looking for feedback on everything from packaging to product quality with their followers. Niiiiiiice.

Naturally, we were delighted to learn that BeautyBay is now stocking the brand, with prices ranging between €6.70 and €15.40.

But what should you be buying?

1. Nabla Eyeshadow Refills

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This is exactly what it says on the tin – at the moment, BeautyBay stock 30 shades, from punchy mattes and eye-catching duochromes.

Each shadow costs between €6.70 and €10.10, so they won’t break the bank either. At 2.5g, they’re also bigger than the Anastasia Beverly Hills refills. Ideal.

2. Nabla Dreamy Matte Liquid Lipstick

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Because who doesn’t need more liquid lipsticks in their life, riiiiiiiiiiiight? Nabla offer 15 shades from plums to periwinkle.

At €15.30, they’re not unreasonable expensive, and offer full coverage pigmentation and long-wearing colour. Some customers have complained about some shades being a touch on the dry side though.

3. Nabla Dreamy Metal Liquid Lipstick in ‘Antimatter’ 

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This is the perfect jump-off point if you’re looking to try metallic lips but are a bit nervy about it.

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It’s rose-gold, without being complete glitter overkill. And if you’re not a lipstick person, you could always use it as a base for some eye looks.

‘Antimatter’ is going to set you back €15.30, if you so desire.

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