Ladies, clutch your purses and hold them tight. Rihanna is getting ready to debut a brand new skincare line and snatch ALL of our coins.


When Fenty Beauty emerged on the market, Queen Rih had the beauty industry shook. She introduced the world to a new business model that touts inclusivity and proves that black beauty is more than just a trend. In 2017, a fan unearthed a trademark registration by the 31-year-old for her brand "House of Fenty," proving that Rihanna is truly the queen of moving in silence.

Rihanna (Image: Fenty Beauty)

Shortly after the recent release of her new Amazon Prime movie with Childish Gambino, Guava Island, Rihanna showed us that she has a few more tricks up her sleeve. Although as of now, few details have been released, we do know that recently, Fenty Skin became publicly listed on the United States Patent and Trademark Office's website and includes "medicated and non-medicated skin care, soap, body care and personal care products (excluding color cosmetics, perfume and other fragrance-only products), and related accessories such as kits, tools and applicators."

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Rihanna's trademark for Fenty Skin has already been approved, but still needs to be reviewed by an attorney before we can get a glimpse. While in the past, Rihanna dabbled in complexion-centric products (like the ever-popular Body Lava), Fenty Skin will be Rihanna's first experience in the skincare game.

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If you're itching for a fix of new Rihanna skincare and can't wait until they drop, check out Fenty Beauty's latest drop, the transfer-resistant Sun Stalk'r Instant Warmth Bronzer, which comes in eight shades and caters to EVERY skin tone.

With a track record like Rihanna's, it's inevitable that her skincare line will bring the skincare industry to its knees. Queen Rih is about to have us all in our local beauty store like b**** better have my micellar water!

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Will you be buying? Let us know in the comments!

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