In addition to products? Rih also dropped a basic line of matching tools, including highlight and foundation brushes with millennial pink tips, compact "portable" brushes in the same hexagon packaging as her Match Stix and even a roll of self-cutting blotting papers. #Genius.
2. The Match Stix are magnetic hexagons, so when one is next to the other, the magnets attract and create what looks like the human genome or DNA. How's that for a subliminal message?
3. Not all of the products are made in the same place. The foundation, for example, is produced by an Italian manufacturer outside of Milan (so you know it's Gucci good.) All of the products are also 100% paraben, sulfate, phthalates and cruelty-free.
4. You can buy Fenty Beauty globally at almost any Sephora location in over 150 countries, Harvey Nichols in the U.K, and anytime on Sephora.com and Fentybeauty.com as of right.frickin.now.
5. While Rih prides her new collection on being for every person, no matter who you are, the line ain't cheap. To get The Fenty Face with only a few products (which is actually quite simple), we've decided, after hours of rigorous testing at the launch, that these are the products you need to splurge for:
Killawatt Freestyle Highlighter in Trophy Wife, $34
This creamy powder highlighter is so concentrated one swipe delivers an Insta-worthy swatch. It's super glittery, so this one isn't for the highlighter faint of heart, but there's no doubt it's perfect for a Wild Thoughts kind of night. Swipe it on collarbones, shoulders and cupids bows for a golden goddess feel that looks like Rih.
Match Stix Shimmer Skinstick in Yacht Life, for a more natural, beachy look, or Unicorn, for a holographic shimmer, $25
Once you get one, you'll want to make like Pokemon and catch 'em all. To start, we suggest Yacht Life, which is a universally-flattering golden peach that works as a pick-me-up in the winter and an extra touch of sun in the summer. The creamy formation of "Unicorn" makes for something really beautiful, especially when dotted onto the lids and inner corners of the eyes. If you've got green or brown irises, this lilac-colored stick is definitely for you.
Invisimatte Blotting Powder, $32
We know: What are we doing suggesting an invisible blotting powder at a time like this?! Trust us, this ultra finely milled powder looks iridescent and white in the case, but when dusted onto the t-zone post makeup application, it immediately gives you a weightless, slightly matte finish that's not at all dusty or glittery.
Match Stix Customizable Trio, $54
For the most bang-for-your-buck, we suggest splurging on the Match Stix Customizable Trio which you can purchase on Fentybeauty.com. While the formulations are different than the actual foundation itself, the conceal and contour sticks make for easy, creamy touch-ups and come in almost as many shades as the Pro Fil'tr comes in, only in a portable stick form.