Fenty Beauty’s Skin Tint Is Here

Fenty Beauty’s skin tint officially dropped on the 26th March! Here’s everything you need to know about it.

Fenty Beauty’s Skin Tint

Its officially name is Eaze Drop Blurring Skin Tint, it comes in 13 shades and may very well be the summer alternative to foundation we’ve all been looking for.

You can grab it for $29.50 or £21.25.

You may not know this about me, but I am a die hard fan of the PRO FILT’R INSTANT RETOUCH CONCEALER. The shade range is extensive and the coverage flawless.

The only way you could go wrong, is picking the wrong colour (because there are so many to choose from).

The solution? Take your time and try out samples in different lightings!

Back to the Skin Tint, Rihanna herself said;

“This is the perfect foundation for the no make-up, make-up days. It just evens out my skin tone and delivers a soft blurring finish.

“If you’re someone who wears a tinted moisturiser, this is for you.”

Unfortunately, it doesn’t have SPF but that is easily remedied by layering your own SPF underneath or on top.

Check out my initial thoughts below.

Media courtesy of Fenty Beauty

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