NOMAD x Havana

A destination held in time where music was a religion, colors were vibrant, and life was simpler. Shades of the past coincide with the world of today. Old and new exist together in this vibrant paradoxical world know as La Habana.

(Click products to shop) SHOP HAVANA
INTENSE EYESHADOWIN COHÍBA

Smooth and super pigmented shadow infused with Papaya Seed Oil. A rich brown shade inspired by the brand of cigars prefered by none other than Senor Fidel Castro.

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INTENSE EYESHADOWIN LA PLAYA

Smooth and super pigmented shadow infused with Papaya Seed Oil. Golden shimmer shade that reflects the sandy beaches of Playas Del Este.

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INTENSE EYESHADOWIN TROPICANA

Smooth and super pigmented shadow infused with Papaya Seed Oil. This lively yellow shade is inspired by the world famous Cabaret Tropicana and its colorful show.

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INTENSE EYESHADOWIN EL MAR

Smooth and super pigmented shadow infused with Papaya Seed Oil. Stunning blue shade inspired by the brilliant sea that surrounds the beautiful island of Cuba.

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INTENSE EYESHADOWIN CACHORROS

Smooth and super pigmented shadow infused with Papaya Seed Oil. Bright mint green shade inspired by the classic American cars of decades past, ubiquitous in La Habana Vieja.

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INTENSE EYESHADOWIN CARNIVAL

Smooth and super pigmented shadow infused with Papaya Seed Oil. This vibrant purple hue is inspired by the costumes worn at the carnival parades throughout Havana.

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COLORFUL VIBRANCE

Bringing to life the colors and vibrancy of this rich cultural island, we head to the Cabaret Tropicana and are inspired by the bright colors not only in the makeup but also in the extravagant costumes. A colorful peacock of shades bring to life a vibrant eye look.

Showcasing the colors from the Havana Collection are our stunning collaborators (clockwise from top-left corner):

@divide.n.contour
@makeup_maven
@malii_b8by

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