Trust Rihanna to deliver some good news.
Arguably one of the most anticipated beauty launches ever, Fenty Beauty quickly gained cult status thanks to its all-inclusive colour range. Three years and multiple product drops later the brand now sits comfortably at the top of the makeup hemisphere.
With an estimated net worth of $260 million, you think Rihanna would follow her music pace by slowing things down a little, but according to her recent interview with British Vogue she is, in fact, speeding things up.
The 32-year-old is renowned for her outrageously glowy skin, so fans have been manifesting a skincare range so that they too can achieve that better-than-supermodel glow.
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Last year, eagle-eyed fans spotted that Rihanna had filed a trademark under ‘Fenty Skin’ on the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s website.
Rihanna filed a new trademark. pic.twitter.com/mRGbdDUqo5— (@MrMouthAlmighty) September 23, 2017
The trademark states that "Fenty Skin" will cover "medicated and non-medicated skin care, soap, body care and other personal care products (excluding colour cosmetics, perfume and other fragrance-only products) and related accessories such as kits, tools and applicators."
According to Page Six, the trademark has already been approved and will be sent to an attorney for further review - a process that may take up to three months to complete. But given the patience that exists amongst the Rihanna fanbase, that shouldn't be a problem.
While Rihanna didn't bring any more clarity on the skincare line, she did confirm that it is definitely on its way. As pointed out by British Vogue, Fenty fans looking for skincare products from the brand have had to make do with limited products: Pro Kiss'r Lip-Loving Scrubstick, Pro Kiss'r Luscious Lip Balm and the brand's best-selling luminizing Body Lava Oil. According to Rihanna herself, a full-fledged skincare line won't be released until she and her team could perfect the forthcoming offerings to be just as major as the Fenty Beauty cosmetics brand. "Skincare, it's the truth," she shared with British Vogue. "It either works or it doesn't. There's nowhere to hide."
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Gang back in da Stu!! @Edward_Enninful and I are back at it again with @StevenKleinStudio for the May 2020 cover of @BritishVogue 殺✊ available Friday, April 3rd! . Wearing all @Burberry by @RiccardoTisci17, and a custom @StephenJonesMillinery durag. Photographed by @StevenKleinStudio and styled by @Edward_Enninful, with hair by @YusefHairNYC and @NaphiisBeautifulHair, make-up by @IsamayaFfrench using @FentyBeauty and nails by @RedHotNails. With thanks to @JillDemling.
There is no confirmed Fenty Skin launch date or information about what products to expect as of right now, but judging by the care and consideration Rihanna and the Fenty Beauty team has put behind its formulas and marketing, the skincare line is poised to be just as revolutionary as the makeup.
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