Fenty Beauty Cosmetics


Fenty Beauty Unveils Their First Product

Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty cosmetics line unveiled the first product from their upcoming collection just moments ago, via their Instagram page. The debut Rihanna x Fenty Beauty product will be a soft pink, cotton candy-esque holographic lipstick, as seen on several of the models from Rihanna’s recent Rihanna x Fenty Puma 2017 spring fashion show.

Fenty Beauty shared the image to your left on their page, with the following caption: “This holographic lip color is set to be the first product released under the long-awaited makeup label Fenty Beauty by Rihanna. This product will be available to purchase at Sephora stores this fall. Stay tuned for more.”

Hoping to find a better image, I scoured the internet for the one on the right. Neither shows off the lipstick in any meaningful way and I would have expected better from Rihanna and her handlers. They should have taken a page out of Pat McGrath’s book. The make-up artist used Naomi’s Campbell’s succulent pout to launch her line of glitter lipsticks, which promptly sold out within minutes of their launch.
Update: As I kind of suspected, scathing reviews have caused the account to be taken offline. No doubt Rihanna’s people will say it was a fake and come up with a much better pre-launch plan the next time around.


  1. Eric Soto works for them and was linking to one of their previous posts. Oh well, I hope Rihanna Beauty comes back stronger because nothing about that lipstick is cute or holographic.

  2. When I read the comments last night I knew the page would be taken down too. It had been up for over a week. No need to pretend it’s fake. They should have come correct. One photograph of Rihanna wearing her own lipstick would’ve been better than what they showed. They later posted a close up of the model’s mouth after earlier complaints and things got even worse. Up close the model had chapped lips and bumps. I think the page was put up by the company Rihanna is working with and they didn’t think things through before they went live.

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