Fenty Beauty Gloss Bomb Heat by Rihanna Review
While it was the range of inclusive shades and blinding highlighters that put Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty on the map in 2017, there is one product that has become somewhat of a cult hit: Gloss Bomb. Loved by celebrities, makeup artists and even us mortals, Gloss Bomb is a hydrating, game-changing lip gloss that makes lips smooth, soft, but never sticky.
In the years that followed, the Gloss Bomb formula was extended to seven shades and a new formulation: Gloss Bomb Cream. This summer, Rihanna has plans for total domination of Gloss Bomb (and hopefully a new album too). Released today, Gloss Bomb Heat is a new take on everyone’s favorite lip gloss that includes the Plump Job Complex to make lips look fuller.
Hydrated lips automatically appear fuller, so the original formula’s blend of shea butter and vitamin E is still there. The plumping action kicks in with ginger root oil and pepper. The two combine to warm and tingle the lips, but the feeling subsides after a few minutes and you end up with slightly fuller lips than when you first applied the gloss. Not only that, but Gloss Bomb Heat is also cruelty-free, gluten-free, and formulated without parabens and phthalates. The signature peach-vanilla scent crowns the sensory experience.
To see before and after …
Gloss Bomb Heat is only available in one shade, Hot Cherry, at the moment. The non-reflective shade is a “pure red that makes it look like you’ve just eaten a cherry popsicle,” according to Priscilla Ono, the global makeup artist for Fenty Beauty. A simple gesture is enough to apply a ton of gloss and a touch of color thanks to the XXL wand. We also love that it can be worn on its own or layered over another lipstick, like Stunna Lip Paint in Uncensored, for extra hydration and a mirror shine.
If you’re looking for a new plumping gloss this summer, the Fenty Beauty Gloss Bomb Heat is available now for $ 22 online at fentybeauty.com.
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