Fenty Beauty Launches Bronzer Collection Worth A Gold Medal While Encountering It's First Big Scandal

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Rihanna gave us Summer when we only thought to ask for Spring!

Question: Is your scalp cold? Because Fenty Beauty just snatched our wigs. On April 5th, the young beauty beast will release some hot products that will push your makeup looks right into Summer. Spring who?

If only we could all have Rih-rih Level Confidence for a Day

Trohpy Wife is now a Body Lava!

You may not have legs for days like Ms. Fenty Beauty herself, especially us vertically challenged dames, but you can make your legs gleam like hers.

Need to know: $59, already available
Avaiable at Sephora + fentybeauty,com
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Sun Stalk’r

You already know Fenty would leave no shade behind.

Need to know: $30, 8 shades
Avaiable at Sephora + fentybeauty.com
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Whether you’ve been blessed with the utmost melanin or you are totally pale, there is a shade of bronzer that’s your match.

Don’t want to commit to a full size? THERE IS A MINI!!! and you know how I feel about minis!

A Lil Bronze Duo!? Please and thank you!

Need to know: $24, 2 shades, includes a mini Match Stix in Sinnamon
Available at Sephora + fentyybeauty.com
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Cant Forget the Glow

NEW Killawatt Highlight Duo in Afternoon Snack // Mo’ Hunny

Need to know: $34
Available at Sephora + Fentybeauty.com
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Rihanna unveiling her collection like:

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Penny4uthots

Killawatt Foil Freestyle Highlighter

I’m so grateful that Fenty Beauty encased their brand with playfulness. They didn’t play it safe and name this highlighter somethinglike “Lucky Penny.” Cute but boring. Penny4UThots, though…. I’m HERE for it!

Need to Know: $36
Available at sephora + fentybeauty.com
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With all this glow, you might have let the gleaming light distract you from a hiccup that happened with this upcoming launch. Before it even took off, Fenty Beauty had to pull a Killawatt Foil Freestyle Highlighter for it’s offensive name. @Trendmood1 reported Fenty removed a shade called Geisha Chic. Many followers considered it an act of cultural appropriation because it dawned the name of a part of Japanese culture while Rihanna is not Japanese. Fenty Beauty is known for it’s inclusivity so absorbing culture was offensive. What do you think about this? Let us know in the comments below!

You watched your faves on IG attending the Fenty launch party and fought the FOMO feels, too, right?

The Queen thanking her Subjects!

Jackie Aina showing us how to make the cheekbones glisten.

NikkieTutirals was all of us!

Awell of us

Summer has arrived!

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