Fenty Beauty New Releases


New from Fenty Beauty are brand new shades of your favorite FB products launching just in time for autumn. The game-changing and portable Snap Shadows Mix & Match Eyeshadow Palette is expanding with two new limited-edition paletes: 9-Wine (a rich blend of rich neutral and burgundy shades) and 10-Money (vivid pops of forest green). 

Use them solo, or snap together any two palettes to double your collection while keeping it perfectly compact. Then, complete your eye look with the ultimate do-it-all Full Frontal Volume, Lift & Curl Mini Mascara, now available in two mini limited-edition shades for unexpected pops of color – Mi$$ Merlot (burgundy) and Ivy League (forest green) – created by Rihanna to pair with the new Snap Shadows Mix & Match Eyeshadow Palettes.

Last but not least, Fenty Beauty is adding Underdawg (deep burgundy) to the Stunna Lip Paint family. The same weightless, longwear liquid lipstick formula you know and love in a deep burgundy shade that flatters all skin tones.

You can buy Fenty Beauty here.


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