Rihanna, ‘FentyBeauty and FentySkin are finally dropping in Africa!’

The queen has spoken. Rihanna is on a beauty mission of conquest with FentyBeauty and FentySkin. And now the Bajan billionaire singer-turned-mogul has set her sights on Africa. That’s right. In a post on her Twitter page Rihanna announced to her over 105 million followers that the Fenty line of makeup and skin products will be available in select countries across the continent before the end of May 2022.

Rihanna started the Fenty brand in 2017 with the mission to make products for people with all skin tones. With 50 foundation shades, Fenty clearly has achieved its a staple position in the black and brown cosmetic communities.

In less than half a decade, Fenty Beauty has dominated the beauty aisles of North Anerica, Asia and European department stores. Fenty has provided online shipping to more than 150 countries since then.

We are absolutely looking forward to having FentyBeauty and FentySkin in Ghana.

FentyBeauty and FentySkin is set to launch in Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, Zambia, and Zimbabwe come May 27th. And that’s on what? We’ll let the queen answer that with her fitting caption.





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