When and where you can buy the new shades of Fenty Beauty’s Body Lava
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Get ready to shine bright like a diamond with these three limited-edition products.
Just in case your Thursday is a little dull, we've got some news that's guaranteed to add some sparkle and glitter to it. Back by popular demand, Fenty Beauty is officially reintroducing Body Lava. You'll soon be able to shop it in new limited-edition shades and, honestly, who needs clothes?
The shimmering body oil grabbed the attention of the beauty world ever since it was released, partially because it was created by living goddess Rihanna, but mostly because it made us feel like one ourselves. The gloriously dewy, gel-based luminiser gave our bodies a glow-up akin to what a good highlighter does to our cheekbones. So, if you're interested in looking like you've just stepped off a tropical island, listen up.
Body lava has been unavailable for a while now, which is why we're so excited to see them back again. Only this time, the range will include three shades including the iconic highlighter shade Trophy Wife (a hyper-metallic gold). Also on offer are previous bestselling shades Brown Sugar (bronze) and Who Needs Clothes (rose gold). Each product also comes in a generously sized bottle, has a floral-vanilla scent and is 100% cruelty free (just in case you needed any more convincing that these products are life changing).
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When and where can you shop it?
The new body lava range drops at midnight tonight, so get ready to get your glow on. You can shop the new shades from beauty giant Sephora as well as from Fenty Beauty's own site. The body oils retail for $59 each, which isn't too bad for limited-edition products.
Ri-Ri herself took to Instagram to announce the drop, but there has been no mention of how long the products will be sticking around this time, so you might want to get in quick if you want to get your hands on one.
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