Is Fenty Beauty working on a brand new skincare line?

Stephanie Panecasio 27 September 2017 NEWS


Rihanna's beauty brand has already produced foundations, highlighters, eyeshadows and lip products. Is skincare next on the list?

Easily one of the most talked-about brands of the season, Fenty Beauty has already dominated blogs and YouTube channels across the world and has had fans racing to Sephora to pick up the original foundation release and the upcoming Holiday Collection. But from the looks of things, we might have Fenty-branded skincare to look forward to as well.

Rihanna is known for her flawless skin, so it's unsurprising that her beauty brand would break into the skincare market.

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The rumours began when a dedicated fan found a new trademark filing for "House of Fenty" on Justia, a public database online. The application was for a new trademark on products including "cosmetics, non-medicated skin care preparations, namely, creams, lotions, gels, toners, cleaners and peels; hand lotions, nail care preparations, artificial nails, nail polish, nail polish removers, nail treatment creams, temporary tattoos for use as cosmetics, shower gels, bath gel, perfume".

Posting the screenshot online, Rihanna fan @MrMouthAlmighty has sparked a huge wave of excitement over the prospect of such a huge range of products.

Filed on 15 September, the trademark application still hasn't been resolved and isn't confirmed. It could just be a placeholder in case Fenty Beauty goes in that direction, but the request shows that there have definitely been discussions over skincare for Fenty's future. It's just a matter of when. Stay tuned for further details.

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