Fenty Parfum is Coming + More Beauty News You May Have Missed This Week

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It may not be a new album, but we can’t wait to get our hands on Rihanna’s latest launch, anyway.

Souzan Michael Galway

Date July 31, 2021

Dezi Skin launches Dew Me Over

Following the launch of Desi Perkins’ brand, Dezi Skin, with a vitamin C serum, the brand’s second launch, Dew Me Over, a mist spray, is officially here. The mist contains two powerful concentrates: one identical to your skin’s natural lipids and the other filled with natural fruit extracts and antioxidants. Dew Me Over can be used on bare skin to prep and hydrate your complexion pre-makeup application, or after makeup to set your look.

BeautyCounter’s Lid Glow Cream Shadow is here

Looking for a cream eyeshadow that won’t budge through the summer heat and humidity? Look no further than BeautyCounter’s just-launched Lid Glow Cream Shadow. Available in 10 buildable shades and housed in a recyclable (and chic!) glass bottle, the shadows are easy to wear (really — just blend with your fingers) and suitable for even the most sensitive skin. They’re even formulated with responsibly sourced mica, something that is often overlooked in makeup products that features that beloved illuminating shimmer.

A Fenty Parfum is on its way

Well, it may not be an album, but Rihanna’s upcoming release, Fenty Parfum, does happen to be a brand new category for Fenty Beauty. The singer just announced that a “sensual, confident yet sexxy” fragrance launch is on its way soon, and you just know it’s sure to sell out — fast.

Menstrual product brand joni has officially donated 100,000 pads since its launch

Canadian period care brand joni has announced that it’s just surpassed 100,000 pads donated across Canada since its March 2020 launch. The British Columbia-based brand’s “one-for-one” #getjonigivejoni model sees one of its sustainably made biodegradable pads donated for every pad purchased on the site, as part of the brand’s mission to breaking the cycle of period poverty. Launched by Linda Biggs and Jayesh Vekariya, the co-founders recognized that in Canada, a staggering one in three people under the age of 25 who menstruate experience period poverty. They set out on a mission to tackle the issue via partnerships with non-profit organizations, advocating for new period equity policies and initiatives and the distribution of period care products to those who need it most.

ONE/SIZE concealer is finally here

ONE/SIZE, the beauty brand launched by Patrick Starrr, has just dropped its latest release: the Turn Up The Base Butter Silk Concealer. Available in 24 shades and formulated with caffeine, mango and avocado butters, as well as collagen-boosting peptides, the concealer does some serious heavy lifting in the skincare arena as you wear it. Of course, its dark circle-covering abilities are no joke, either.