Finally, I’m back on my blog, felt like I was gone forever. I’ve been busy with work, bridal clients, kiddos, and well, the list is endless. Although there is a constant murmur in mind on material I want to share, I have to almost deviate my focus to a vantage point where I can sit down and give my thoughts a solid ground. And so here I am!
Today I’d like to talk about the brand that inspires me to have my own product launch someday-haha, Insha’Allah!
We all know the Fenty Beauty brand was launched two years ago by singer Rihanna. Within one month of release, its beauty sales were valued at $72 million. Now that is just WOW! Strong women who dare to dream and make it happen. Proven yet again, that with hard work, anything is possible. Anything!!!!
Wearing liquid lipstick sure isn’t an adventuresome change, but it is a “game changer” when it comes to makeup! My first Fenty beauty product was the Stunna Lip Paint – the ONE-STROKE INTENSITY LONGWEAR MATTE FINISH lipstick with a unique wand applicator. This weightless, long wear liquid lipstick with a soft matte finish comes in a range of head-turning shades that look incredible on all skin tones. What more can one ask for? I have the shade Uncensored. I would love to hear your favorite shade in the comments.
Now let’s talk a little bit about the ALL-DAY COLOR INTENSITY WEIGHTLESS MATTE FINISH lipstick. Whether you’re looking for the perfect red, everyday nude, or moody blue, Mattemoiselle Plush Matte Lipstick makes it easier than ever to rock the entire rainbow. I have the freckle fiesta –
Again, Kudos to Rihanna’s dedication.
The next favorite is one of her bestselling CONTOURING MAGNETIC STICK that comes in 20 different shades. Wow, she’s got us covered. The contour stick (my shade Mocha) is made to layer – the build-able cream-to-powder formula is weightless and super easy to blend, but also stays put, which means no creasing and caking when you apply it! It’s a stick for beginners to pro.
I’d like to end this post by Rihanna’s words of wisdom:
“Makeup is there for you to have fun with,” she says. “It should never feel like pressure. It should never feel like a uniform. Feel free to take chances, and take risks, and dare to do something new or different.