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Rihanna may not have dropped a new album, but her beauty brand continues to make a splash. The singer’s skin care and cosmetics line has some of the most inclusive makeup and beauty products for every shade, and it’s currently on sale.
Now through March 22, you can save 25 percent off on top picks from both Fenty Beauty and Fenty Skin. From the brand’s wildly popular glosses and palettes to the singer’s favorite picks, now’s your chance to snag the brand’s most popular products at a more budget-friendly price.
Among some of the notable items to grab include the award-winning Pro Filt’R Soft Matte Loungewear Foundation. It comes in 50 shades and is perfect for medium to full coverage. Additionally, there’s a few bestsellers up for grabs, including the fan-favorite Gloss Bomb Universal Lip Luminizer for under $15.
Plus, this is one of the few times Fenty Skin has been on sale since its launch in July 2020, so fans might want to take advantage while they can. The line offers a range of clean skin care goodies, including the Hydra Visor sunscreen that’s great for darker skin tones. Also, the Fenty Start’R set has all the basics for a skin care routine. With it, you get the Hydra visor sunscreen, the Total Cleans’r and the Fat Water Toner serum all for under $60 at checkout.
Keep in mind, the sale ends March 22 so be sure to scoop up your favorite picks while supplies and prices last. To help you sort through some of the most noteworthy products, take a look at these fan-favorite items below.
1. Gloss Bomb Universal Lip Luminizer, $19, take 25 percent off at checkout
3. Snap Shadows Mix and Match Eyeshadow Palette, $25, take 25 percent off at checkout
7. Fenty Skin Start’Rs Full-Size Bundle, $75, (Value $88), take 25 percent off at checkout
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