Zero Makeup Price in Pakistan - 17 results

Zero Makeup price in pakistan ranges from Rs. 99 to Rs. 5,900 with an estimated average price of Rs. 5,900

Pearl
 

Rs. 5,900

Pearl

No reviews
Porcelain
 

Rs. 5,900

Porcelain

No reviews
Creme
 

Rs. 5,900

Creme

No reviews
Honey
 

Rs. 5,900

Honey

No reviews
Ivory
 

Rs. 5,900

Ivory

No reviews
Save 5% Banila Co Clean It Zero-Classic-7ml-Tester-Size
Rs. 749

Rs. 711

Banila Co Clean It Zero-Classic-7ml-Tester-Size

No reviews
MUD Makeup Designory Loose Powder, Zero
 

Rs. 3,795

MUD Makeup Designory Loose Powder, Zero

No reviews
Blending Brush
 

Rs. 1,890

Blending Brush

No reviews
Essence Shine Last & Go, Gel Nail Polish, 29 Zero To Hero, 8ml
 

Rs. 605

Essence Shine Last & Go, Gel Nail Polish, 29 Zero To Hero, 8ml

No reviews
Save 34% Muzmmal & Sons Anti Lice Comb Handle-Multicolor-Zero size
Rs. 150

Rs. 99

Muzmmal & Sons Anti Lice Comb Handle-Multicolor-Zero size

No reviews
MUD Make-up Designory Loose Powder-Zero
 

Rs. 3,795

MUD Make-up Designory Loose Powder-Zero

No reviews
Kajaliner
 

Rs. 2,990

Kajaliner

No reviews
Save 34% Muzmmal & Sons Anti Lice Comb-Multicolor-Zero size
Rs. 150

Rs. 99

Muzmmal & Sons Anti Lice Comb-Multicolor-Zero size

No reviews
Caramel
 

Rs. 5,900

Caramel

No reviews
Blending Brush
 

Rs. 1,890

Blending Brush

No reviews
Estee Lauder Double Wear Zero Smudge Lengthening Mascara
 

Rs. 5,400

Estee Lauder Double Wear Zero Smudge Lengthening Mascara

No reviews
Estee Lauder Double Wear Zero-Smudge Lengthening Mascara
 

Rs. 5,500

Estee Lauder Double Wear Zero-Smudge Lengthening Mascara

No reviews

Zero Makeup Price in Pakistan - 17 results

Zero Makeup price in pakistan ranges from Rs. 99 to Rs. 5,900 with an estimated average price of Rs. 5,900

Zero Makeup Price List

Pearl Rs. 5,900
Porcelain Rs. 5,900
Creme Rs. 5,900
Honey Rs. 5,900
Ivory Rs. 5,900
Banila Co Clean It Zero-Classic-7ml-Tester-Size Rs. 711
MUD Makeup Designory Loose Powder, Zero Rs. 3,795
Blending Brush Rs. 1,890
Essence Shine Last & Go, Gel Nail Polish, 29 Zero To Hero, … Rs. 605
Muzmmal & Sons Anti Lice Comb Handle-Multicolor-Zero size Rs. 99

Zero Makeup Overview

A leading name in the beauty industry, the Pakistani hair and make-up maestro turned entrepreneur, Nabila needs no introduction. After the success of her No Makeup palette introduced in 2015, Nabila launched her Zero Makeup Palette in 2017. As a step up from the No Makeup Palette, the Zero Makeup is definitely better in terms of variety of shades. This face perfecting palette is meant to give you a flawless yet natural look, giving an illusion of little to zero makeup. It comes in seven shades, catering to most common skin tones of Pakistani women. Zero Makeup by Nabila has also included darker shades which is a huge improvement from the no-makeup palette. It is available at competitive prices in Pakistan and falls under the expensive bracket. 

Zero Makeup Pros and Cons

Easy application

Mirrored palette

Darker shades introduced

Sleek and durable packaging

Comes with a setting powder as well

Cream blush is the real winner out of the 5 products in the palette

Expensive

Shades aren't pigmented

The lip stain looks dark and unnatural

Wears out after an hour of application

Doesn't do much for hiding blemishes

Quantity is too small for the high price

Creases around the eyes if you have fine lines

Strictly suited to women with little to no skin imperfections

Zero Makeup Description

Nabila claims that the zero makeup look can be achieved in under one minute with this palette. Though it may be true for professionals like her but for beginners it will definitely take more than just one minute to achieve the desired look. The zero makeup palette is divided into two sections; a quad of zero makeup products in a compact mirrored palette and the bottom part containing a setting powder. 

How to Use Zero Makeup by Nabila

Encased in a sleek plastic case, the palette has 4 small square-shaped compartments with the top two being the concealer and foundation and the bottom two for blush and lipstick. Matching the skin tones of Pakistani complexions, the palette was launched in 7 shades including Porcelain, Pearl, Ivory, Creme, Honey, Caramel and Mocha. The products in the palette don't need a beauty blender or a brush and can easily be blended with fingertips. Follow the step by step guide on how to use the zero makeup by Nabila and see how it works for your skin tone and type.

Concealer

The first step is to apply concealer. Zero makeup palette comes with an orange-hued concealer which is great for hiding light to moderate level under-eye circles. It fails to camouflage deep dark circles and starts looking cakey if applied in large amounts. This concealer can also be applied to hide other imperfections on the skin like acne marks, spots or discolourations.

Blender/Foundation

The second step is applying the foundation from the palette. Find the foundation shade that matches your skin and then choose the closest palette. The Zero makeup foundation is creamy hence glides on the skin. It has a sheer to medium coverage and does a good job at enhancing the complexion and blending out the harsh concealer lines. 

Blush

Zero Makeup by Nabila comes with a lovely cream blush that instantly warms up your face without drying it. Dab on with your fingertips on the apple of your cheeks after applying the foundation. The cheek stain will stay on for a long time and if you want longer wearability, you can top it with your favourite powder blush. But doing so will take away the dewiness of the makeup. 

Lip Stain

Then comes the lip stain which is to be applied with your fingertips in a slight dabbing motion. Though the shade is lovely, it looks unnatural and a bit too dark for a zero makeup lip colour. Probably that varies for person to person as everyone has a different natural lip colour and texture. For more natural-looking lips you can use your favourite go-to lip colour and skip the one that's in the palette. 

Setting Powder

The final step is to set your zero makeup with the included setting powder. Use a little amount to prevent the makeup from looking cakey or dry, taking special care around the eyes and mouth area. If you have super dry skin you can skip this step and just spritz on your regular makeup setting spray.