No longer will we have to trek to Harvey Nichols in pursuit of the bestselling line, because from 10 May, Fenty Beauty products will be available in everyone’s favourite drugstore, Boots.
It’s Friday, the weekend is within touching distance, and in the best beauty news we’ve had in ages, Rihanna just broke the news that Fenty Beauty is officially coming to the high street.
The exciting news was confirmed by none other than badgalriri herself in an Instagram announcement shouting out her UK fans.
“@fentybeauty is officially taking over the UK! I’m here to announce our brand new partnership with @BootsUK !! Look out for us at locations from MAY 10th !! I’m so excited, I love Boots and I love my UK fans!!! Get ready for #FENTYBEAUTYxBOOTS,” the Bajan beauty wrote.
The news come in the wake of a string of long-awaited product launches from the brand, including the Sunstalker bronzer collection for all skin tones, and the release of three sets of eyeliner trios in luminous neon colours.
While there’s no word yet on which Boots stores will stock Fenty Beauty, you can find a store on virtually every high street in the UK, meaning the range is now fully accessible and inclusive to all beauty lovers.
Start prepping your shopping list soon though, because we predict a sellout…
The Chambers Soundtrack Is So Haunting, It’ll Hit You Right in the Heart
Netflix’s new horror series, Chambers, is creepy, well-acted, and highly addictive. It tells the story of Sasha Yazzie (Sivan Alyra Rose), an Arizona high school student who suffers an unexpected heart attack and undergoes an emergency transplant.
Sasha becomes increasingly close with the family of her heart donor, Becky Lefevre (Lilliya Scarlett Reid), and begins experiencing strange and sudden urges that lead her to believe something just ain’t right with her new heart. Soon enough, Sasha and Becky’s lives begin eerily intertwining – and it’s up to her to piece together the puzzle surrounding her heart donor’s tragic death.
Sasha does all of this to a soundtrack of searing, sinister rock songs with a handful of moody R&B jams thrown in, making for a solid viewing experience.
There are certainly a few off-the-rail moments during the first season of Chambers (come on, that Spring equinox party?), but the keen use of songs like Rihanna’s “Love on the Brain,” The Deftones’ “Pink Maggit,” and The Stone Roses’ “I Wanna Be Adored,” – which is heard throughout many of the 10 episodes – help keep things interesting. If you enjoyed the music on Chambers as much as I did, scroll through for the season one soundtrack (and peep our Spotify playlist at the end)!