How to Get Fenty Beauty Body Lava So You Can Glow Like Rihanna This Spring

You've seen Rihanna. You've seen the way her skin shimmers under the flickering of flashing lights. Even when she's photographed in a dimly lit room or standing on top of a blacked-out stage, you can still see her glow. And now, that glow—that ultra-light beam of radiance Rihanna so organically exudes—can be all yours.

OK, you obviously can't duplicate Rihanna's natural and polished, good-skin glow. However, your body can shine similar to the singer's with the help of her newest Fenty Beauty products. On Tuesday, the global beauty brand announced it would be releasing two new body highlighters to help makeup mavens achieve their ultimate shimmering skin goals this spring.

The body luminizers come in two sparkling shades named Brown Sugar and Who Needs Clothes. In addition to the Body Lava, the brand also revealed it would sell its very own kabuki brush—a small brush stick that's typically used for applying bronzer, blushes and powders to skin for a creaseless finish.

The new products will be available for purchase everywhere Fenty Beauty is sold on April 6.

It's not much of a surprise Rihanna is continuing to expand her makeup line, considering how successful Fenty Beauty has been since its launch in September 2017.

Initially, the collection only consisted of 91 products, including 40 foundation shades, face highlighters, concealing-and-correcting sticks, makeup brushes in various sizes, blotting papers and powders, and one single lip luminizer, Gloss Bomb. Since then, the beauty brand has gone on to produce eyeshadows, glitter eyeliners, glitter lip gloss, lipsticks, lip paints, and, most recently, Mattemosielle matte lipsticks.

The makeup brand has seemingly dominated the beauty industry since its debut, with an outpour of fans praising Rihanna for creating foundation and concealer shades nearly every skin tone. Fenty Beauty's soaring popularity with customers has the brand on track to outsell famous makeup brands like Kylie Jenner's Kylie Beauty and Kim Kardashian's KKW, according to a January WWD report. In its first month alone, Fenty Beauty's sales were five times higher than Kylie Cosmetics and 34 percent higher in the second month.