Rihanna debuted a cream blush and cream bronzer for Fenty Beauty with a makeup tutorial that revealed an effortless 'no makeup' look for a summertime glow.
She made a splash on social media when she posted a makeup tutorial for her "Cheeks Out Cream Blush and Crema Bronzer" for a fresh-faced and natural look, which she called the "no makeup, makeup."
In the clip she posted for the makeup tutorial, Rihanna sported shoulder-length curls and layered gold, pearl, and diamond jewelry.
She started by applying the bronzer to her face and joked about her features, saying "when I get to my forehead, I really go in, because I have a big forehead."
Rihanna has dubbed her latest collection for Fenty Beauty the "Summer Fenty Face." a look she urged her millions of followers would come in handy after quarantine has been lifted. Before winking at the camera, she explained:
"This is perfect if you're on the beach or wake up next to your man and want to look like you don't have on makeup...shh."
The video has received over 4.7 million views on Instagram. One fan shared their excitement for her return,saying
, "yaaass!!! Missed your tutorials bae."
Some fans wanted to know her beauty routine and how to get her flawless skin. However, there were still questions about her releasing new music. A fan said, "does it come with music?" While another fan wasn't sure which direction her career was going.
Earlier in the year, Rihanna confirmed that she had parted ways with her boyfriend, Hassan Jameel. The couple dated for three years, although she appears ready to get back in the dating pool. After showing off the finished looked for her tutorial, shejoked:
"I'm beach ready or booty call ready."
Rihanna has temporarily put aside relationships and her long-awaited music and is focused on using her platform to help support communities in the fight against the COVID-19 outbreak.
It is reported, during an Instagram live session when a fan asked about her upcoming music, she lashed out, saying that she is focussed on "trying to save the world." She has teamed up with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey for a $4.5 million fund to help fight quarantine related domestic violence.