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These 5 African Bloggers Give Us the Tea on Fenty Beauty's Galaxy Collection

Here's what some of our favorite African bloggers had to say about Fenty Beauty's holiday collection.

We've been anticipating the holiday collection drop from Fenty Beauty ever since Rihanna changed the beauty industry game back in September.

The Galaxy Collection is coming on the cusp of the holidays and we had to see if our favorite African beauty bloggers tried it out for us.

Check out what they thought about the collection in the first impression videos below.

1. Jackie Aina

Jackie Aina uses the glitter eyeshadows as a companion palette with this look and tests out the lipglosses.

2. Sudani Doll

​Sudani Doll gives us subtle glitter glam in her tutorial utilizing the whole collection.

3. Ronke Raji

Ronke Raji used Fenty Beauty's galaxy palette, lipgloss and eyeliner in her far-out look.

4. Patricia Bright

Patricia Bright swatches the lipgloss shades and tries out an eyeliner from the collection.

5. Omabelle

Omabelle gives us her honest thoughts and reations during her tutorial.

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