The vast array of dark foundation hues offered by Fenty Beauty is not just a long overdue phenomenon for women.

Get Out” and “Black Panther” star Daniel Kaluuya arrived at the 2018 Oscars on Sunday night wearing Fenty Beauty Pro Filt’r Foundation, according to

In addition to his tan velvet tuxedo jacket, black slacks and shiny shoes, the actor also wore Fenty’s foundation shades 480 and 490, according to his makeup artist, Amber Amos.

Amber saluted Kaluuya and his smooth skin in several Instagram posts:





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4 thoughts on “Daniel Kaluuya Wore Rihanna’s Fenty Foundation To The Oscars

  1. African American Woman on said:

    These rapid fire attacks on manhood are atrocious and embarrassing…ok, all actors use makeup when they are on the set and at events, but ive never heard any man stand up and yes, my I never leave home without my MAC…c’mon…stop sissifiing men.

    • Amber on said:

      Men wore makeup before women. It was AMERCIA who stated women wore makeup and not men. Native American men wore makeup for battles, events, etc. But men in Europe, Africa, Native Americans wore makeup.

      • African American Woman on said:

        I understand your historical acknowlegment of men wearing face paint. However, they wore face paint to show off their manliness- warriors, kings, social hierarchy and manhood was respected and revered…in modern day, manhood is being feminized and demonized…so to point out that a man is wearing makeup-products which are almost exclusively aimed at women-only serves to soften them up even more. Men wore wigs historically too…would you go out with your man is he was wearing 3 18″s, 2 22’s bundles and a frontal? Would that be ok too?

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