Rihanna reveals her simple, three-step skincare routine that fans can easily copy

Rihanna has revealed her quick, three-step night time skincare routine. (Snapchat/Fenty Beauty)

Rihanna has revealed her quick, three-step skincare routine that fans can easily replicate.

The Fenty Beauty mogul and singer appears in a Snapchat series showing viewers how she gets her natural glow.

It’s part of the ‘Go To Bed With Me’ series for Harper’s Bazaar, which sees celebrities take viewers through their night time skincare routines.

The pop icon uses just three products in her night time routine – which she says is also exactly the same during her morning routine – that are Fenty Skin products, of course.

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She says “the first step is obviously getting all this makeup off and cleansing my skin”.

For this she uses the two-in-one Total Cleans’r from Fenty Skin, which is a makeup remover and a cleanser.

Rihanna starts her night time skincare routine with Total Cleans'r.

Rihanna starts her night time skincare routine with Total Cleans’r. (Fenty Beauty/Snapchat)

She says she’s “always in a hurry” so the bottle has been designed for quick use for those always on the go and to stop it drying out.

If she’s wearing makeup, then she lathers the cleanser in her hands so that she can break it down and then rinse it off.

“My skin feels really supple and soft,” she says “because our Total Cleans’r adds nutrients right back into your skin, so you don’t get that dry, strippy feeling”.

She says it features an ingredient that’s personal to her: Barbados cherry, which she calls “Bajan cherry” and it’s packed with Vitamin C.

She then uses the Fat Water toner.

She then uses the Fat Water toner. (Fenty Beauty/Snapchat)

Next up she uses one of her favourite Fenty Skin products, the Fat Water, which is a toner and a serum.

“What I love the most about this toner is the fact that it doesn’t strip away the skin, it leaves mositure in your skin and adds moisture to your skin,” she says.

The product refines and reduces your pores, with Rihanna asking “what pores?!” after applying the toner.

She adds that she uses no makeup wipes or cotton pads to remove her makeup or apply the products, “so we’re saving the earth”.

Rihanna uses Hydra Vizor, a product she's "really proud" of.

Rihanna uses Hydra Vizor, a product she’s “really proud” of. (Fenty Beauty/Snapchat)

The third step in her routine is Fenty Skin’s moisturiser, the Hydra Vizor, which is also a two-in-one product.

Rihanna says: “I’m really really proud of it because I come from the islands and I grew up around coral reefs, it has an added suncreen SPF 30.”

She says that the majority of SPF moisturisers and sunscreens leave “a really white cast and horrible smell” that stays all day.

“I wanted women of all skin tones and all colours to be bale to use this moisturiser without that grey white cast being left behind”.

She adds that her morning routine is exactly the same, and she can put makeup over these products because her skin won’t streak or get oily.

Fans can shop the Total Cleans’r, Fat Water and Hydra Vizor on the Fenty Beauty website.

Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty perfume is back

Last year Rihanna released her much-anticipated first fragrance for Fenty Beauty.

The Fenty Eau De Parfum is created and inspired by the singer, so fans can literally smell like their idol.

The perfume features magnolia and musk alongside tangerine, blueberry and hints of Bulgarian rose absolute, geranium and patchouli.

It’s described as a “unique blend that expresses itself uniquely on each wearer for a one-of-a-kind scent”.

Fenty Eau De Parfum comes in a brown and orange-hued bottle with an inner hourglass shape and the Fenty logo branded on the bottle’s lid.

Following its release in August 2021 it sold out instantly online, but it’s finally back in stock and fans can buy the perfume.

It’s priced at £150 and you can pre-order it on the Fenty Beauty website.

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