Fenty Beauty is proving to be an important beauty line because of its emphasis on inclusivity. It released a mind bobbling 40 shades at launch. It’s ethos is to catering for all no matter the skin shade with each shade having a cool and warm version.
The liquid foundation provides medium coverage. The consistency is runny but a little goes a long way aided by the fact that it’s buildable. Another thing to try out is the primer which wards off unwanted shine and smoothes out imperfections.
People of all shades and tones have been impressed by this brand and what it has to offer. From albino pale tones to blue undertones, there are ranting reviews on how this brand has come through and met their needs.
The brands highlighters have been hyped to pop out those cheek bone. The one I particularly liked was the Killawatt duo which had the colours Ginger Binge and Moscow Mule. I thought that was the perfect duo kit for me after swatching, plus I’ve been hunting something like this for a while.
I also got my hands on the match stix in the shades Expresso, Sinamon and Suede to use for contouring. I must say these just glide on effortlessly.
Overall, Fenty Beauty seems to have come through for tones in both ends of the spectrum who one can say have been let down by other brands for a long time and hopefully the fact that the foundations have sold out in a number of deep tone shades already is a wake up call for other brands.