Rihanna slays her own tutorial with new “Stunna” liquid lipstick!

Posted: 14 November 2017 10:09 am

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Because only Rihanna can show you how to use her lipstick, on her Instagram and listening to her music.

Rihanna is definitely up there when it comes to our favourite girl bosses. Fenty Beauty recently dropped its holiday collection and there are rumours of Fenty skin care being thrown around, but you better know Rihanna is not done yet.

A red lip is a fan favourite and always will be, so when Fenty Beauty announced they would be dropping the most universal red lipstick, it's fair to say everyone got excited!

Beauty bloggers around the world have been jumping on the bandwagon to show how to use her makeup line and giving their two cents in as well. However, the queen is now here to show you how to use her new lipstick and she has one thing to say... "don't laugh at my tutorial skillz".

A post shared by badgalriri (@badgalriri) on Nov 11, 2017 at 12:19pm PST

In the video, we can definitely see how pigmented this liquid lip is; with one swipe her lips turn a vibrant bright red without any patchiness. The fact that it glides on seamlessly tells us that it probably won't be too drying either, which is a downfall of many liquid lipsticks!

The lipstick, "Stunna", is dropping 23 November to Sephora in the US, which means we can most likely expect to see it on that date or soon after. I mean, who wouldn't want the perfect red lip just in time for Christmas?

A post shared by TRENDMOOD (@trendmood1) on Nov 9, 2017 at 9:54am PST

It's safe to say we cannot WAIT to get our hands on this new product because let's be honest ladies, you can never really have too many red lipsticks!

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