The Fenty Product Rihanna Can't Leave the House Without (We Couldn't Agree More!)

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Rihanna’s Makeup Artist Reveals the One Product RiRi Never Goes Without

Can you believe that it has only been less than a year ago when Rihanna first launched her iconic makeup line, Fenty Beauty? From the 40-shade range of their Pro Filt’r Foundation to their highly pigmented Match Stix, fans all across the globe simply couldn’t get enough, as the products lived up to their hype. 

With all these must-haves, it could be hard to pick just one favorite. But according to Rihanna’s makeup artist Priscilla Ono, the star never leaves home without one of the more underrated products from the line: the Gloss Bomb.

“Gloss Bomb is always in [Rihanna’s] hand. I’ll see paparazzi pictures of her, and Rihanna’s got her hand in a fist. At the end of the fist, there’s always a Gloss Bomb,” shares Priscilla to PopSugar, adding that the product’s shea butter formula is really moisturizing and “prepares her for any lipstick she may put on.”


For those of you who may not be too familiar with it, the Gloss Bomb is a lip luminizer that comes in a universal rose nude shade that looks good on anyone. Upon seeing it on a Sephora store during a recent trip to California, I was instantly attracted to its color and subtle shimmer. After putting it on, I found it to be non-sticky as well. Simply adding it to the center of your lips already give it a subtle shine, so it’s perfect for your everyday look. The product is really buildable, so piling on the gloss on a night out would give your lips a plumper, more dramatic effect. It’s also one of the cheaper products from Fenty Beauty (selling for $18 at Sephora stores and P1200 at!), so it’s definitely a steal.

It’s easy to see why Rihanna can’t get enough of the product, so if you’re curious, we encourage you to try it out as well!


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