Rihanna’s make-up line has dropped and it looks LIIIIIT

Shine bright like a diaaaaamond


by A Jakes |
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The ultimate sass queen, work-warbler Rihanna has something else to add to her CV - strobe stick connoisseur.

Yep, the popstar has finally released the long-awaited make-up brand Fenty Beauty and we haven't been this excited since Christmas 2007.

With minimalist millennial pink and white hued packaging, promises of the 'Badgalriri glow' and the entire collection 100% cruelty-free, there is no wonder why Fenty Beauty is predicted to be a sell out.


839202 of everything please.

Rihanna poignantly spoke about her influences when creating the beauty range: 'Make-up is there for you to have fun with, it should never feel like pressure. It should never feel like a uniform. Feel free to take chances, and take risks, and dare to do something new or different.'

Preach it, Rihanna hun.


The collection promised to make our selfies look fleek AF and using a combination of mattifying and illuminating to achieve award ceremony-worthy skin. Her philosophy? Glow on glow = unwanted shine.

Basically, Rihanna is making blotting paper sexy again and we're living for it.

Here are the highlights from the collection (which, duh, includes a highlight palette.)

##Pro Filt'r Instant Retouch Primer, £24

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Promises to make your skin like an IRL Insta filer, hun.

Killawatt Freestyle Highlighter, £26

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Highlight so bright it could blind someone. Then add MORE.

Pro Filt'r Soft Matte Longwear Foundation, £26


Fenty Beauty caters for FORTY shades. Other make-up brands take note, please.

Invisimatte Blotting Paper, £13


Yup, blotting paper is back. We predict a Noughties revolution shortly.

Race you to the checkouts, yeah?


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