Fenty's Red Lipstick Looks Good On Everyone — Here's Proof

When Rihanna launched Fenty Beauty back in September, we were amazed by the range of foundations and highlighters created to flatter all skin tones, from the lightest to the deepest. Noticeably missing was the presence of a lipstick — just one perfect pink gloss did the trick. "It gives you something, but it doesn’t look like you’re doing the most. We’ll do that later," she hinted.

Fast forward two months, and "later" arrived with the debut of Stunna Lip Paint Longwear Fluid Lip Color. The brand calls it the "perfect shade of red," and we can confidently say that is not a stretch. Don't believe us? Check out how 22 people from around the world are wearing it. From Jamaica and Spain to China and Romania, this shade lives up to its name everywhere.

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Is pairing your lipstick with your home decor the new matchy-matchy? Because we're in.
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Because they're across from each other on the color wheel, red tends to enhance green — as proven by how piercing this makeup artist's eyes look in this photo.
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Are you taking notes for your next selfie? Because we are.
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Makeup artist Claudia Nita was kind enough to give us an application lesson — and a damn mesmerizing one at that.
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YouTuber Nyma Tang's review of the darkest shade of Fenty's foundation went viral with more than 6 million views. This lipstick selfie is another shining endorsement.
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"Red carpet ready or heading out to a company Christmas party?" this makeup artist captioned. We say both.
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You know you're popping when the Fenty Beauty Instagram account reposts your selfie. Heart eyes all around.
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"Asian Babe loves Fenty thanks Riri," model Huan Zhou (who appeared in Fenty's inclusive campaign) captioned this post.
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J'adore this #FentyFace.
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"@badgalriri has me out here feeling like a straight 10," beauty blogger Halima wrote. And she looks it, too.
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We don't know what's more captivating: her cinnamon curls or that lip color.
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Who says you can't wear bold eyes and bold lips at once?
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Ivory Coast
Artist Laetitia Ky posted one of the coolest Stunna shots we've come across, hands down.
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Tracy Ma says that she pairs Stunna with Fenty Beauty's Pro Filt'r Soft Matte Longwear Foundation in 260 Neutral. "It's the best match for Asian girls with medium skin [tones]" she wrote in her caption.
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We're getting wild thoughts from this music video-inspired look.
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"Honestly I have fallen head over heels in love," Instagrammer Cass wrote of her new Fenty lipstick. Yep, us too.
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The brows. The lashes. The lips. The drama. We love it all.
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Black girls really are magic.
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We need a tutorial for this makeup and the curls.
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When your brow game is this strong, you need a lip to match.
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Green eyeliner and red lips are our idea of holiday cheer.
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You're not supposed to get high off your own supply, but damn — Riri looks good in all of her own products wherever she is.
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