Rihanna Just Found Your Next Manicure Shade — See the Photos

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Looking for nail inspiration for the new year? Check out Rihanna’s latest manicure, arriving just in time for 2024. The musician and Fenty Beauty founder was recently spotted wearing a light brown polish and just like that, I’m ready to say goodbye to my holiday red.

Rih was photographed shopping for cowboy boots at Kemo Sabe in Aspen, Colorado with her partner A$AP Rocky and their sons RZA and Riot on December 28. She wore her honey-blonde hair in long, waist-length braids and her nails painted a bronzy light brown color — a fun change from all the creamy off-whites and vampy tones we’ve been seeing this season. Her nails were a medium length and filed into a soft square shape. Under the light of the camera flash, the manicure appeared to have a chrome finish, but in other pics from her day out, you can see that it’s a creamy finish, not a glazed, frosted topper.

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Rihanna wore the mani with a shimmery bronze eye shadow, a touch of black eyeliner and a glossy rose brown lip, plus a peachy, just-came-in-from-the-cold blush concentrated on the apples of her cheeks. She styled her warm and cozy beauty look with a gray hoodie and oversized white jacket, light-wash jeans and baby blue cowboy boots.

We’re always keeping a close eye on Rihanna’s nails. (And her hair, and her makeup, and her clothes, and her everything.) In early 2023, she was all about red, wearing crimson on her tips and lips during her Super Bowl Halftime Show performance. In June, she co-signed the milk bath manicure trend, then later put her stamp on the French manicure with an abstract black tip design. We’ve got a full 365 days of Rihanna beauty moments awaiting us — are you ready?


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