- Rihanna decided to branch out with her beauty line Fenty and create a skincare range
- Putting her music career on the shelf for now, Rihanna has decided to put her all into her different Fenty ranges
- Launching Fenty Skin, Rihanna demoed the products herself, showing off her flawless beauty
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Rihanna decided to branch out with her beauty line Fenty and create a skincare range called Fenty Skin. By the looks of it, skincare is the way to go, all the celebs are doing it.
In today’s times, even if you are a celebrity, multiple streams of income are a necessity. Hustle has literally become a fashion statement and we're all for it. Briefly.co.za learnt that Riri’s new range has followed after her super successful makeup line called Fenty Beauty – every lady wants herself a lil Fenty.
While Rihanna’s rise to fame happened thanks to her music career, she has decided to shelve that for now and focus on Fenty. Beauty is where it is at and Riri wants herself some of that.
Sharing the news of her new skincare range, Rihanna decided to take her bare beauty to the world to show off what her Fenty Skin range can do for you. This level of flawless should be illegal!
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Giving fans a little tutorial on how to use her new range, Rihanna went through a few of the products with them. This is how you sell a product, peeps!
Briefly.co.za previously reported on one of our very own celebrities skincare ranges. Minnie Dlamini-Jones was one of the first SA celebs to jump on the skincare money-making wagon.
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Minnie Dlamini-Jones has been working on her own skincare line for years and was happy to finally share it with Mzansi. MD Skincare was recently launched and is surprisingly affordable.
MD Skincare has even reached out and assisted during the coronavirus pandemic by sponsoring hand sanitiser to those in need.
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