Fenty Beauty Who Needs Clothes is a moderately warm-toned, light gold with a sparkle finish. It is a limited edition highlighter that retails for $60.00 and contains 3 oz.
Fenty Beauty Who Needs Clothes Body Lava Body Luminizer ($60.00 for 3.00 fl. oz.) is a light, rosy copper with lots of glitter and fine pearl. It had more glitter than Brown Sugar, so it had a stronger, more glittering effect on the skin with less product, but for some, it might be too glittery. The finish was noticeably dewy and shiny on the skin, though by how much really was dependent on how many pumps of product were applied and how much of the body they covered. The liquid consistency was smooth, gel-like, and easy to spread across my skin and had good, even glitter/shimmer dispersion.
It's supposed to be a "gel-based body luminizer" that has a "high-shine finish that feels as dewy as it looks" (that should be a key phrase for those who want a product that dries down fully--it even goes further and says "leaves skin feeling dewy to the touch"). It had a sweet, floral scent (described as "floral vanilla" by the brand) that reads more floral than sweet and is light in its intensity--I didn't detect it much while wearing it unless I went trying to sniff it out.
This shade wore the same as Brown Sugar, which I reviewed earlier. It's not designed to be, and it lives up to that claim, of not drying down--it was absolutely dewy to the touch. It started to feel tacky with more than a thin, even layer in any area (e.g. two pumps of product across my forearm lead to tackiness to the touch, not merely dewiness). If I used half a pump for the same area (which was not very large), the effect of the sparkles was still noticeable and had more of a glowy sheen than overtly dewy or wet-looking and felt more like recently-moisturized skin than tacky to the touch and had minimal transfer.
Like Brown Sugar, I wore this shade on my cheeks as a highlighter, and the dewy shine lasted for 10 hours well over bare skin as well as over foundation without breaking my foundation touch (surprisingly). It stood up to some water and light patting dry with a towel, though I definitely lost some of the effect! Just applied to parts of my body (like shoulders and decolletage) that weren't covered up with clothing, the majority was intact 10 to 12 hours later. It did a lot of what it says it was going to do but if you want something that dries down fully and doesn't transfer, you'll be disappointed.
FURTHER READING: Formula Overview, which is a detailed review of the range as a whole.
That post-vacay glow is now yours year-round thanks to Body Lava. This smooth, gel-based body luminizer glides on and leaves skin feeling dewy to the touch. Get ready to bathe your skin in a gloriously high-shine finish that does to your body what highlighter does to your cheekbones. Celebrate the look and feel of glistening skin after a day of island hopping. Light-diffusing micropearls blended with a sheer tint of color accentuate all skin tones for a silky, sun-soaked sheen any time of the year. Strip down in Who Needs Clothes?!, a radiant rose gold, or glow up in Brown Sugar, a lustrous bronze (Sephora.com exclusive). Delivered in a generously-sized bottle, Body Lava’s ultimate drenched-in-light radiance—plus its addictive floral vanilla scent—was born to dew your body right.
Hydrogenated Polyisobutene, Isododecane, Ethylene/Propylene/Styrene Copolymer, Silica, Fragrance, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Butylene/Ethylene/Styrene Copolymer, Pentaerythrityl Tetra-Di-T-Butyl Hydroxyhydrocinnamate, Tin Oxide, Titanium Dioxide (Ci 77891), Iron Oxides (Ci 77491), Carmine (Ci 75470).
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