Is Rihanna about to drop a whole load of Fenty Beauty eyeshadows and lipsticks?

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Just when you thought Fenty had treated us to more beauty treats than we could handle, Rihanna goes and hints that there’s more to come.

In late December, she brought out her 14-shade Mattemoiselle lipstick range and we thought that was going to be it for a while.

But now it looks like her next product drop might involve more lipsticks and some colourful eyeshadow.

Makeup artist Priscilla Ono shared a pic of Rihanna at the Grammys last week, sporting a full face of Fenty.

‘Full performance makeup by #FentyBeauty,’ she captioned it.

And fans were quick to pile in on the speculation.

Is Rihanna about to drop a whole load of Fenty Beauty eyeshadows and lipsticks?

Exactly, Rihanna – WHAT IS THAT PURPLE?

It’s not the first time that Fenty has ventured into eyeshadows – the label dropped a palette as part of a limited-edition holiday collection but it doesn’t have any permanent products. And it’s a similar deal with the lipsticks. There are matte colours and lip paints but none with a metallic finish like the one Rihanna was wearing at the Grammys.

And if you think this is all wild speculation, then here us out.

Celebs have a habit of teasing new products by wearing them a few weeks before them dropping.

Beyonce was spotted wearing a host of soon-to-be-released Glossier products at the Grammys, while Rihanna posted a selfie of her wearing one of her lipsticks the week before announcing Mattemoiselle’s launch back in December.

So, watch this space!

H/T Allure

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