Could a new Fenty lip paint be on the cards?

Stephanie Panecasio 4 December 2017

RIHANNA LEAD

Rihanna herself debuted a gorgeous new colour over the weekend.

Fenty Beauty has made headlines since the moment it was announced, so it's only natural that everyone is on the edge of their seat waiting for more news.

Speculation is at an all-time high, and it's for good reason: everyone wants to look like Rihanna. So naturally, when Rihanna stepped out over the weekend and posted about wearing Fenty makeup, all eyes were on the brand new lip colour she was sporting.

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A few sleuths commented on the post speculating whether the lips were, in fact, the Chili Mango Match stix, but considering the product was specifically listed as a blush (without any mention of lips), we have our doubts.

The vivid orange is definitely a head-turner and since the success of the original STUNNA lip paint earlier this month, the hype is definitely real. So what can we expect? If it is a brand new lip paint, we're predicting a massive spike in the popularity of orange-toned lips – and we are so fine with that.

Summer is a great time to start wearing bright pops of colour and let's be real, if it makes us look even half as good as Rihanna, we'll take it. In the meantime, check out the main Fenty Beauty line and the Galaxy Holiday Collection online or at your local Sephora!

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