Singer Rihanna recently posted a second Fenty Beauty makeup tutorial to YouTube and boy; she did not hold back on the shimmer! Using only two products from Fenty Beauty's upcoming holiday collection, the 30-year-old beauty mogul created a full face of makeup, ready to tackle the approaching Christmas parties and holiday events. During the beauty tutorial, Rihanna shared some beauty secrets, and it is safe to assume makeup lovers all over the world were taking notes.
Fenty Beauty's 2018 holiday collection is called 'Chillowt' and is a beautiful lavender dream full of frosty and icy shades perfect for winter, and something slightly different from the classic reds and copper tones that typically come along at this time of the year. The Chillowt holiday collection is jam-packed with fun palettes and frosty lip products like shimmery glosses and crayons.
As reported by Allure, Rihanna used the Fenty Beauty 'Killawatt Foil Freestyle Highlighter Palette' and the 'Frosted Metal Lip Set' to create her full on shimmer glam. A perfectly shimmery look that makes anyone look like a frosty winter princess.
During the makeup tutorial, Rihanna explains how the Killawatt Foil Freestyle Highlighter Palette can be used almost anywhere. Obviously, it looks great in all the typical highlighter places such as cheekbones, eyebrow area, down the nose, and the cupid's bow, but she also shows how the Fenty Beauty highlighter palette can be used as an eyeshadow, and also puts it on her ears (!). How practical with multi-use makeup products! She finishes off her shimmery makeup look with the color No Chill shade from Fenty Beauty's Frosted Metal Lip Set, and as always, looks absolutely flawless.
For those who are not quite bold enough to apply makeup until they shine bright like a diamond, this fun and frosty makeup tutorial can of course also be used merely for inspiration. For those with a more modest take on their glam, there is no need to recreate the full look. Simply let Rihanna's makeup tutorial be an inspiration, and add a little bit more shimmer to your usual eye makeup, or why not amp up the highlighter to a slightly more bold shade?