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I am a little late to the party with this because I’ve been travelling a lot. However, these things of beauty are still available, so I wanted to give you my take on them. The Fenty Beauty Diamond Collection is a celebration of the brand’s one year anniversary and what a year it has been! Here’s a look at the new Diamond Bomb and Gloss Bomb shades.
So this collection wants to leave you looking like you’re dripping in diamonds and I signed up immediately! I love highlighter, as you know, and the original Gloss Bomb from Fenty really is one of the most stunning lip glosses I own.
Fenty Beauty Diamond Collection Contents
- Gloss Bomb Universal Lip Luminizer in Diamond Milk £16
- Diamond Bomb All Over Diamond Veil in How Many Carats?! £28
The packaging is super gorgeous, in soft pink gold and sparkles – my kind of dream packaging.
Fenty Beauty Diamond Milk Gloss Bomb
I love the formula of the original Gloss Bomb and this uses the same format. It has conditioning shea butter and a non-sticky texture so that it feels as good as it looks.
The new shade, Diamond Milk, was created to look like a dewy highlight for lips. You can use it alone, or over a lipstick.
Fenty Beauty Diamond Bomb – How Many Carats?!
If you like a bit of twinkle, then you will absolutely adore this! It uses superfine 3D sparkle for a diamond-dusted effect. Diamond Bomb was actually inspired by the crystal dress that Rihanna wore at the CFDA Awards in 2014.
The formula is pretty special because it use a unique jelly-powder with a bouncy texture and feels cool to the touch. It melts into the skin and gives it the kind of wet look finish that I am all about! Wet looking skin has been my obsession this year for sure.
You can apply it with fingers or the Fenty Beauty Face & Body Kabuki Brush. The brush is great for getting it on to the body, and it looks amazing on collarbones and shins and pretty much anywhere you want to shine!
The Fenty Beauty Diamond Collection is available HERE now. The gloss is £16 and the highlighter is £28.
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