By Thursday, June 7, 2018 0 Permalink 1

Guess who got their hands on Fenty? This girl right here! I managed to track down a Fenty Beauty counter at Harvey Nichols. There was a queue and the entire section was crowded, but I managed to elbow my way through the masses and get my hands on three products; a Mattemoiselle lipstick, a Match Stix Matte Skinstick, and the Stunna Lip Paint.

The Mattemoiselle lipstick is one of the creamiest and most pigmented formulas that I’ve tried. The packaging is geometric and reflective, which gets annoying at times because of the fingerprint smudges, but that can quite easily be overlooked because just look at it! The bullet is skinnier than most lipstick bullets, which I find makes application super easy. I got the shade S1NGLE, which is a beautiful, dark, warm-toned nude. I love this shade! Available in 14 shades, retail price: 16 GBP.

This Stunna Lip Paint is the only one of its kind in the Fenty Beauty range, which seems odd at first, but when you try it out, you get it. The formula, colour, and packaging of this is absolutely stunn(a)ing – see what I did there? Lol ignore me. This is an incredibly pigmented, true red liquid lipstick. The applicator is so oddly shaped, but I find makes it so easy to apply. This has amazing staying power without feeling uncomfortable and drying on the lips. As a tip, always try to scrub and moisturise your lips well before applying any liquid lipstick. Retail price: 19 GBP.

The final product that I decided to pick up was the Match Stix Matte Skinstick in the shade Mocha. This is one of the contour shades from the range and is perfect for medium skin tones. These are available in twenty shades, which comprise of a mixture of concealer, bronzer, and contour products. This shade in particular is a perfect contour/bronzing shade for me because of its neutral undertones. It blends like a dream and gives such good pigmentation. I have been using this and only this to bronze up my face lately and I’ve been so impressed. These also come in trio and duo sets, and best of all, they’re magnetic! Retail price: 21 GBP.

One of the outstanding features of Fenty Beauty is their inclusivity of skin tones; they have a range of forty foundation shades! Just seeing people comment on Fenty Beauty saying that they finally have a foundation that matches them, makes me so happy. I would love to try more so just let me know what you’re curious about and I can pick it up!