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In case you missed the big news this week, Fenty Beauty is kicking off the new year by launching a whole team of new complexion products. Alongside a 50-shade range of concealers and a multishade setting powder, 10 new shades of the brand's beloved Pro Filt'r Foundation are making their debut on January 11. 

Each foundation shade, including the 10 new shades, is an exact match for a corresponding concealer shade. Where exactly do these new shades fall in the spectrum? See every single one fo them below.

That's right: Rihanna is adding 10 new shades to her foundation range, because she knows there's no such thing as too many options.

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The new shades include light, medium, and deep shades with a variety of undertones. If Fenty Beauty didn't have a shade to match you before, it definitely will now.

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Pro Filt'r Foundation still costs $34 at Sephora and Fenty Beauty — the new shades, featured below, will be available with the other new complexion products on January 11.

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105:

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This foundation for fair skin tones has a more yellow undertone than 100 and 110.

145:

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145's shade has mauve undertones, so say goodbye to mixing foundations.

185:

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If 190 matches you but dries slightly too warm on your skin, give 185 a go.

235:

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235's medium tone falls right in between yellow and peach undertones.

255:

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Medium skin with yellow undertones? Here's 255.

345:

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A member of Fenty's "tan" shade range, 345 is tan with a slightly cooler than neutral undertone.

385:

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This shade's undertones are slightly pinker than neutral.

445:

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Though 440 is cool, 450 is very warm — 445 sits right in between.

495:

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Fenty added not one but two shades to the darkest end of its shade spectrum. This one is a true neutral.

498:

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Now the deepest shade in Fenty's repertoire, 498 is also a true neutral.

Wow, I can't believe Rihanna actually invented makeup.

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She really did that.