You'll never guess the weird place Rihanna puts glitter
The star graced the cover of Allure with a unique look
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After all of the show-stopping looks and glam beauty trends she has embraced, it has basically been proven that Rihanna can wear whatever she wants. But does this bizarre makeup trend go too far?
For her cover story for Allure magazine, Rihanna had glitter everywhere—even her tongue. Is that sanitary? Should we be concerned? What did it taste like? Isn't glitter little pieces of glass? These are all questions that need to be answered.
One Twitter user shared photos from the story, writing, "Rihanna For Allure Magazine October 2018"
Rihanna For Allure Magazine October 2018 ???? pic.twitter.com/TQeAFy4SqL— Regina George (@badddboyg) September 17, 2018
Rihanna's brand Fenty Beauty has quickly become a staple in makeup bags around the world. From bold eyeshadow pallets to race inclusive foundation colours, the star is one of the biggest names in beauty.
Fenty Beauty was awarded Allure's "Beauty Breakthrough" award. In the piece, Rihanna's brand is praised for "Launched a mere 13 months ago, Rihanna’s 40 shades of foundation changed the industry forever. Nearly overnight, the paradigm had shifted. And if you weren’t riding the wave of inclusive beauty, you were being wiped out by the inevitable force of change."
Who else is going to sport a glitter tongue now?
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