The 'fit in question was a tulle princess dress designed by Molly Goddard, a ginormous, heart-shaped Chopard diamond necklace, and some Fenty Beauty mono lilac makeup. Which instantly made us question why we haven't been wearing mono lilac makeup every day of our lives?
Others seem as deeply and emotionally moved by this glam as us, thank Rihzus. And makeup artist (MUA) Patrick Starrr even recreated the look on a model that ended up turning into literally a clone of Rihanna by the end. Um, sign us up!!!
Luckily for Andele Lara, the subject of this tutorial, she bears a slight resemblance to RiRi to begin with, no doubt helpful in achieving the look in its fullest expression.
Unluckily for our wallets, but luckily for our faces, Fenty Beauty's new Galaxy Collection is out now. Shout out pay day for allowing us to give Rihanna all our money on site. This new holiday collection adds even more options to the already famously versatile makeup line that's been praised for its radical inclusivity.
Compared to the last drop, Rih dialed up the sparkle in this collection so you can get that "Trophy Wife"-esque glow all over your face. "Glitter on glitter on glitter. That's what the Galaxy Collection is all about. No exception," reads a quote from Rihanna Fenty Beauty website.
OK, tell us how you really feel, girl! Peep the full line up below:
Notably, there is a significant expansion of lippie offerings. The inaugural Fenty Beauty launch saw the inclusion of a singular, universal lip product: the Gloss Bomb. With the Galaxy Collection, Rih debuts shimmery "Cosmic Glosses" and "Starlit Hyper-Glitz Lipsticks," which both retail for an affordable $19 a pop.
Another item we have our eyes on is the mesmerizing "2-in-1 Glitter Release Eyeliner" which boasts different intensities of glitter, depending on whether you blend the product or not. Watch below to see the transformation from "lowkey metallic to highkey glitter". It's honestly wild.
See you in the lines at Sephora, ladies!!!
(Photos from Left: Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images, Patrick Starrr via Youtube)
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