Rihanna’s ‘Fenty Beauty’ To Outperform Kylie Cosmetics…Within A Year

Published: Saturday 23rd Sep 2017 by David

Rihanna‘s decision to follow in Iman‘s footsteps and combat racism within the beauty industry has seen her cast a colourful shadow over Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian‘s beauty empires.

Brilliant news for the Caribbean icon below…


Sales of Fenty Beauty products have spelled trouble for the singer’s rivals, powered by the pockets of women of colour who have flown into beauty stores to support its wide range of treats.

News of Rih’s win touches down before the release of her next studio album which she is creating with the help of some of her favourite creatives.

Keep it locked on TGJ for more on this beautiful news.

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  1. Datredd23 d September 23, 2017

    True Queen! She literally was at the Fenty Beauty and Puma events wearing her own lines of makeup clothes and shoes while jamming out to her own music in the background! Now that’s a brand! Plus we’re talking hits from this year and last year so no one can say she’s not relevant in music anymore because of all this brand success in fashion she has had numbers ones and countless top tens these last few years

  2. Datredd23 September 23, 2017

    Sweetie Fenty Beauty is coming regardless

  3. Meme September 23, 2017

    I have one question. You trying to tell me ain’t no one thought of this all these years? As much money as woman of color spend on beauty products no one thought of making a beauty line that caters to all shades? It takes a singer to tap into her pockets and create a line that single handedly shake up the whole industry. Chile boo. Congrats to my girl for yet again saving another industry. She already saved puma and the fashion industry.

    • DONT_TRY_ME September 23, 2017

      Iman Cosmetics & Fashion Fair

    • SayWhat? September 23, 2017

      I’ve always wondered too. In the same places they made the foundations lighter, it was so difficult just to make dark ones too? Even with black women begging for darker shades? But now they wanna act like they know what a wide range is!!!!

    • Achooo! September 23, 2017

      It’s because society wants to convince the masses that people of color don’t spend, not beautiful and not the majority. We all know that’s a lie as proof Obama Election, Movies, Clothing, Food, and children per family. Rihanna was smart and got it right!

    • Alex September 24, 2017

      Of course they thought of this. We need to be in places of power to put our people in places of power. We also needed to be a in a place mentally as black people, to support one another.

    • Electrikblue September 25, 2017

      Kelly Rowland was working on a makeup line announced last year for a range of skin tones. Guess rihanna beat her to the punch.

  4. DanYiel Iman September 23, 2017

    Kylie products are for the kids!! Ri-Whine-A is for adults!! ?%!!

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  6. Gee September 23, 2017

    Black excellence!!!

  7. Fancy BISH September 23, 2017

    Black girl magic in the AIR *Bruno voice* lol ???

  8. Michael September 23, 2017

    One day everyone will realise – EVEN SAM – what an absolute treasure Rihanna is to all of us!

    A gift that keeps on giving.

    And lets not forget while she’s doing all of this she’s been sitting atop the Urban and Rhythmic airplay charts with Wild Thoughts and now Loyalty!

    She is a most amazing force!

  9. Mother September 23, 2017

    A Queen! We don’t deserve her ?

  10. ThatMessJuice.Flop September 24, 2017

    Uhm a Twitter post without a link is your source? Huh? Really ThatMessJuice?

  11. Maya October 6, 2017

    There’s the “shady music tweet” but where is the Forbes article. It doesn’t seem to exist.

  12. Vyalis Rx October 29, 2017

    Only wanna tell that this is handy, Thanks for taking your time to write this.

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