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Fenty Beauty just announced the Sun Stalkr bronzer and here’s what we know so far

Posted: 29 March 2019 9:32 am
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See all the swatches and find out when you can shop the sun-kissed range.

Having only just released three shimmery new shades of the cult-favourite Body Lava luminiser, beauty mogul Rihanna is back to help you continue your glow up. Just announced on the Fenty Beauty 'gram, a new bronzer is coming and it looks a lot like our new best friend.

Arriving in eight shades, the Sun Stalkr bronzer continues Fenty Beauty's line of just-stepped-off-of-a-tropical-island-inspired skin products. The creamy powder is set to give instant warmth to the face by bringing out the right undertones for the ultimate sun-soaked glow.

The new product comes in shades ranging from light to deep including In Da Sun, Shady Biz, Private Island, Island Ting, Bajan Gyal, Caramel Cutie, Coco Naughty and Mocha Mami. We're pretty convinced that most beauty lovers will be able to find a shade to complement their skin. The bronzer took Rihanna two years to develop as she sought the perfect pigments to bring out a naturally warm glow for each skin tone.

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The post-vacay bronzer is not only blendable, it's also transfer-resistant, so it should be easy enough to achieve a natural look that will stay (and slay) all day long.

When and where can you shop the products?

If you're already missing the summer sun, Ri-Ri has your back. The Sun Stalkr bronzer range is set to drop on 5 April at both Sephora and on the Fenty Beauty site, meaning you won't have to wait long to get glowing.

Given the price range of Fenty Beauty's other products, we're expecting to see the bronzer line land somewhere around the $40-$60 mark, so you might want to stash some cash come pay day.

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