Rihanna Fenty 260 Foundation Review
Shade 260, a medium tone designed to suit all skin types and tones, offers a natural finish by hydrating grape seed oil and sodium hyaluronate. Watch as C Key tests this foundation on her blemish-prone skin while Makeupshayla discusses how it wears with either sponge application or brush application.
Rihanna has unveiled her highly-anticipated makeup line, RiRiWash, with 40 shades of foundation for all skin tones – yet many remain skeptical as to whether or not this works?
Early Life and Education
Fenty was raised by her Barbadian father and Guyanese mother in Barbados and Guyanese respectively; her musical tastes included Caribbean reggae, American hip-hop and R&B, high school talent show participation (where she sang a Mariah Carey song to earn the attention of producer Evan Rogers), girl group formation with two friends as well as beginning her solo artistry journey.
Fenty 260 stands out from other long-wear foundations by not feeling dry against your skin. Lightweight yet easy to layer up for medium-to-full coverage, it will leave no trace of visible pores or lines behind on your complexion. Hypoallergenic, dermatologist tested, free from alcohol, fragrance, talc oil parabens coconut plus the top 10 most common allergens such as gluten nickel soy!
Rihanna has established not only an acting but also a successful music career and various business ventures, including founding Fenty Beauty and Savage X Fenty companies which offer products tailored to customers who may otherwise go overlooked by traditional cosmetic brands.
In 2014, she collaborated with sports brand Puma to design a line of sneakers and clothing inspired by streetwear styles – which proved an overwhelming success and saw sales surpass $1 billion!
Rihanna has also graced the covers of Vogue and Chanel magazines as a model and modelled for the MAC Viva Glam campaign in 2015. Furthermore, she donated $8 Million through Clara Lionel Foundation to coronavirus relief efforts.
Robyn Rihanna Fenty was born February 20, 1988, in Saint Michael, Barbados. As a philanthropist she founded and donates to numerous charitable causes; specifically the Clara Lionel Foundation as well as supporting anti-bullying initiatives and veganism campaigns. Additionally she founded two clothing lines–Fenty and Rocawear–and boasts one of the highest charitable ratings among celebrities with several awards won for her efforts.
Fenty Beauty Pro Filt’r Soft Matte Longwear Foundation comes in 40 shades that cover everything from fair skin with neutral tones to deep dark skin with cooler tones, cruelty free, tested by SkinSAFE for safety, free of oil, gluten, coconut soy and top common allergens such as nickel.
Rihanna is one of the world’s wealthiest female celebrities and continues to increase her wealth through beauty, music and fashion ventures.
In 2017, she launched Fenty Beauty, garnering widespread acclaim for its inclusive shade range and powerful marketing campaigns. Additionally, she collaborated with brands like Armani, River Island and MAC Cosmetics; created a clothing and shoe brand with PUMA; and unveiled Savage X Fenty Lingerie collection during New York Fashion Week.
Forbes recently recognized her as one of America’s youngest self-made billionaires at age 34. She owns half her makeup company and holds 30% in Savage X Fenty Lingerie line; additionally, she serves on Huda Beauty’s board as chairperson and has invested in other startups, such as Uptime and Clubhouse through Dubai-based investment firm HB Investments.