Rihanna showed up at the premiere of Ocean's 8 and the singer slayed her appearance. Her makeup was noticeably on point, thanks to Fenty Beauty products.

Rihanna, who joins the star-studded cast of Ocean's 8 as Nine Ball, looked beautiful when she graced the red carpet for the premiere of the film. She wore a metallic Givenchy gown that was both pleated and ruffled.

She had her hair neatly out of her face, which meant people can get a full view of her look for the night. It turned out that Rihanna's very own Fenty Beauty line was used to create her dramatic look on Tuesday night.

Fenty Beauty Products

Priscilla Ono, who did Rihanna's makeup for the event, revealed the products used. First, she used the Fenty Beauty Pro Filt'r Instant Retouch Primer, which smoothens the skin to serve as a better base for the next product. The next one is the Pro Filt'r Soft Matte Longwear Foundation, the best product to be used with the primer.

This long-wearing product boasts resistance against sweat, so it's perfect even in humid places. For Rihanna's concealer, Ono used Fenty Beauty's Match Stix Matte Skinstick in Peach. She used another skin stick in a different shade, Mocha, to contour the actress' face.

As a blush, Ono opted to use the Fenty Beauty's Killawatt Freestyle highlighter in Moscow Mule/Ginger Binge. To seal Rihanna's look, the Invisimatte Blotting Powder was used.

Eyeshadow And Lipstick

These are the things used for Rihanna's Ocean's 8 look. But, eagle-eyed fans were quick to notice something missing from the list of cosmetics used. The matching plum eyeshadow and her lipstick were not revealed.

Could this be new products from Rihanna's Fenty Beauty line? Well, fans who want to cop her look believe so, saying it could be part of the lineup for the Fall 2018.

While their deductions seemed to be hopeful, it is totally understandable how they could have come up with such generalization. After all, the Fenty Beauty owner has a history of showcasing her new products in public appearances without anyone knowing it.

Remember her Met Gala 2017 look? It was when Rihanna first teased the public the Killawatt highlighter, though it wasn't released until almost a year. The product was used as her eyeshadow and blush at the time, and nobody had an inkling it's going to be a part of the Fenty Beauty line later.

While there is still no word yet from Rihanna or from the Fenty Beauty social media pages, many fans are now doubling up on their savings which will come in handy when the new products are finally dropped.