In the world of product launches, it may just be safe to say that no one can do it like Rihanna. Although, no one can do anything quite like Rihanna, so it's a bit of an unfair advantage. Regardless, though, Fenty Beauty's Pro Filt'r Foundation has made a massive impact in the beauty world with its incredible range of shades — a 40 whopping hues. Other cosmetics companies should be shaking in their boots, and upping their shade inclusivity.
But with all that hype in mind, should you spend your dollars on the Fenty foundation? Will you like the finish and the formula? Will it really match your super specific shade?
There's only one way to get a good idea, and that's beauty vlogger reviews.
YouTube and Instagram beauty vloggers are some of the most prolific (and honest) reviewers on the internet. Given the sheer amount of hype that Fenty Beauty generated, it makes total sense that the foundation reviews would be plenty. The best part, though? Every beauty vlogger can get their hands on a shade for them. And that means there is guaranteed to be a review in your hue.
With 40 foundations during her initial launch, Rihanna ensured that if you want to rock Fenty Beauty, you can. Check out these 40 people who tried the 40 shades of Fenty Beauty to decide if the foundation is right for you.
Shade 100 is only the beginning of Fenty Beauty.
Is the formula right for you? Hollie Forrest lets you know her thoughts.
If you're pale with neutral undertones, could this be your shade?
This review may be in French, seeing the foundation in action is the most important thing.
Exactly how matte is this foundation? Sarah Sapphirine will give you the breakdown.
How does the foundation wear, though? Here's all you need to know.
Introducing Shade 160, Fenty fans.
How does the foundation work with a beauty blender? Check it out.
How natural does the foundation look? Stephanie Hemphil breaks down the coverage.
Rayton mixed her shades, but 190 is her natural hue. Plus, Rayton gets you up close and personal with the foundation on her skin.
Karen O loves the water-based formula of Fenty.
How does the Fenty foundation sit on acne-prone skin? Lindsey Rose lets you know.
How long wearing is Fenty Beauty on oily skin? Alexandra breaks it down in a wear test for shade 220.
Pro-tip: Work quickly with this foundation, according to Manny MUA.
Make sure you prep your skin before rocking this foundation, too.
Curious about the undertones? Rumena talks about how she loves the yellow undertone of 250.
Tati took a different route and applied part of her face with a Clarisonic brush.
Is the Pro Filt'r really a filter for your face? Here's the final verdict.
Fenty Pro Filt'r may be matte, but is it drying?
290 looks gorgeous on Raven Elyse, especially with that Trophy Wife highlight.
Laura Lee definitely approves.
Chloé breaks down shade 310.
No one can get over how stunning this finish is.
Don't be afraid to get creative with mixing shades to get your exact, exact match.
340 isn't Desi's exact shade, but hello, gorgeous finish.
Sonjdra discussed just how versatile Pro Filt'r can be.
Teaira's review is also a love letter to Rihanna. Obviously.
Where is the petition to make Alissa Ashley part of the official Fenty campaign?
Maya doesn't usually talk specifically about makeup product launches, but for Fenty, she made an exception.
Apparently, we should all be giving the Fenty sponge a try, too.
C Key is one of the most knowledgable vloggers on YouTube, and you can always trust her opinion.
Makeupshayla lays out the soft finish of the foundation.
Aina tested both 410 and 420.
Kiitana is giving you a full face of Fenty.
Debbie is a fan of the full coverage.
Patricia Bright's excitement is basically everyone fangirling over Fenty right now.
Will a brush or sponge give you better coverage? Tatenda lets you know.
Leonore was skeptical, but she's a believer now.
Shoutout for netural undertones.
Nyma is a go-to for honest reviews on "the darkest shade," and she lets you know how she feels about Fenty Beauty.
If you were unsure of Fenty Beauty's Pro Filt'r Foundation, there's no reason to be. With gurus of all shades reviewing the product, you've got an up closer and detailed review of every single shade.
The general consensus? Rihanna crushed it. Now, get to Sephora.