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Rihanna Is Expanding Her Fenty Beauty Empire With Hair Care


She’s given us hits, makeup, skincare, an epic collaboration with Puma, and now the ever-so-busy Rihanna has revealed that she is set to debut her own hair line.

Dubbed Fenty Hair, the expansion of her Fenty Beauty is slated to release on June 13 through a “flexible” line of hair care products. The new range will aim at “strengthening and repairing all types of hair, which is what we truly need,” the multi-Grammy award winner wrote on Instagram. Although specific details on Fenty Hair’s exact offerings and pricing have not been revealed just yet, according to legal documents filed by the singer-turned-beauty-mogul herself in 2021, the trademark for Fenty Hair is expected to include everything from styling to straightening, relaxing, and waving, as well as hair dyes and glitter.


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The 36-year-old has a lot to celebrate this week. In addition to her latest entrepreneurial venture, Rihanna has officially added four new diamond-certified records to her catalog.

Despite disappearing from the music industry almost completely, the hitmaker is still somehow managing to stay in the spotlight. Without a single official release since her last studio album A.N.T.I in 2016—aside from a handful of featured songs and contributions to film soundtracks— the Barbados-born singer continues to smash records despite her prolonged hiatus from music.

According to an official statement by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), Umbrella with Jay-Z, Work featuring Drake, Needed Me, and Stay are the latest to receive the certification as of May 31. This follows Diamonds, which achieved the same level of success in April. Bringing her total to seven, this makes Rihanna the female artist with the most diamond singles in history.

Surpassing Katy Perry, who holds three diamond singles to date, Rihanna took to social media to share her reaction, simply writing, “Ain’t no back n forth.”

As a reminder, a track can achieve diamond certification once its sales reach 10,000,000 copies—a benchmark introduced by the RIAA itself in 1999.

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