How Rihanna’s First-Ever Fragrance for Fenty Beauty Really Holds Up
Whether or not Rihanna intended this, the transparent tawny-colored bottle is inclusive. It’s neither feminine nor masculine—just simply chic. An added bonus? The bottle’s design isn’t awkwardly shaped either as it perfectly fits in the palm of your hand so you can easily spritz it all over.
Once you’re ready to douse yourself in it, the mist envelopes you like a soft, pillowy cloud. And the scent pulls you in even more with its sensual blend of magnolia and musk, as well as delicious notes of tangerine, blueberry, Bulgarian rose absolute, geranium and patchouli. It’s not overly girly or manly, but rather, sweet and earthy.
More specifically, it’s one of those perfumes that will remind you of a memory. For me, it stirs up the feeling of being wrapped in a blanket as I make S’mores around a fire pit. The only downside is that the scent wears off after a few hours, so you’ll need to touch up throughout the day.