If you’re still undecided on Rihanna’s anticipated Fenty Beauty line, here’s what you need to know.
The collection is inspired by her own needs. Rihanna’s camera-ready “Fenty Face” is a three-step routine: mattify, highlight, blot. So the line comprises of the Prof Filt’r Instant Retouch Primer (S$48), Soft Matte Longwear Foundation (S$50), Invisimatte Blotting Powder (S$44), and Paper (S$26) for shine-free skin. And there are at least 10 kick-ass highlighters in the line.
The formulas are fuss-free. Lightweight, easy-to-blend, and buildable for everyday wear. Available in matte and shimmer textures, the Match Stix (S$37 each) range is creamy and multi-purpose for the lips, cheeks and eyes. And we love how the packaging for the Stix range is magnetic and click together for convenience. We like: Chilli Mango, Riddiic, Mocha, Trippin, Yard Lyfe, Rum.
The Kilawatt Freestyle Highlighter/Duo range is also multi-purpose for the cheeks and eyes (S$50 each). Used as a highlighter, the Killawatt has a killa shine. As eyeshadow, the pigment is subtle enough for layering, but pack a punch when more strokes are added. Be like us, get this in all four duo shades + Trophywife (the star product).
The gloss is da bomb. Gloss has been out of the beauty hits chart in Asia for the longest time, but the Fenty Beauty Gloss bomb Universal Lip Luminizer (S$31) may just bring it back into fash-un. It is moisturising, soothing, long-wearing, non-sticky, and super glossy.
There are 40 shades of foundation. So if you’ve always had difficulty finding your skintone-match, you might just find it here. S$50 each.
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Fenty Beauty is exclusively available at Sephora.