Belfast Telegraph

Rihanna: My makeup range will happen

Rihanna has promised fans that she will be releasing a line of beauty products, insisting she is going to “make sure it happens”.

The 27-year-old singer is known for her eccentric sense of style, which ranges from flamboyant clothing to glowing makeup choices.

And following years of rumours, Rihanna has promised fans her range of cosmetics will be hitting shelves in the near future.

“That is definitely something I am going to have my hands on and would love to do,” she told Refinery29 when asked about plans for the line. “It’s something that I’ve always wanted to do, but I’ve always had so much on my hands. But, this time, I’m going to make sure it happens. I’m going to find some time between albums and fragrance to do that. I promise.”

Rihanna has hit headlines in recent weeks with pictures of her heading out wearing purple lipstick.

But the Diamonds singer isn’t interested in just releasing a range of ordinary cosmetics. Instead, she wants to break the mould by inventing new items.

“Lashes that could just put themselves on…lipstick that doesn’t move, but doesn’t dry your lips out, that you don’t need a liner for,” she added. “I mean, it sounds so unreal.”

While her cosmetics line is still on her to-do list, Rihanna has made time to release her new perfume, RiRi by Rihanna. The star looked super girly in a bubblegum pink Vivienne Westwood gown for the ad, and she chose her look to reflect the scent.

“I wanted it to be a very flirty, girly, sassy fragrance,” she told Extra. “I wanted it not to feel too sexy, but just something that felt right, that smells good, that smells delicious. And we used a lot of fruity, citrusy tones with a little bit of vanilla and a little bit of rum."

Rihanna ensured her perfume was suitable to wear at any time of the day, perfect for women on the go like herself.

“You can wear it out with your girls, you can wear it out anywhere,” she explained. “It's not one of those fragrances that's made for one specific time, it's something that just keeps getting better."

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