Rihanna Trademarks Fenty Skin To Follow Fenty Beauty

If you’ve walked into a Sephora store anytime in the past year or two, it’s a given that you’ve seen Rihanna‘s Fenty Beauty line. With invincible marketing campaigns, the pop-star ensured inclusivity in the brand’s makeup and models, receiving mass amounts of positive reception. Following this achievement with Savage x Fenty, a lingerie line that follows the same morals, it seems like there’s nothing Rihanna can’t do.

Her next plan of attack: skincare.

What We Know

According to Page Six, Fenty Skin was listed as a trademark on the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s website on March 25, 2019. According to Allure, more trademarks have been registered under the Fenty Skin label, varying in products that include “medicated and non-medicated skin care, soap, body care, and personal care products (excluding color cosmetics, perfume, and other fragrance-only products), and related accessories such as kits, tools and applicators.”


Back in 2017, a fan of Rihanna’s tweeted about the discovery of a trademark registered under the name “House of Fenty” along with a short description of the potential products.

Whether this trademark is in connection with Rihanna’s reputable Body Lava, we still don’t know.

Keeping Busy

Just a few days ago on April 13, the musical film Guava Island was released on Amazon Prime co-starring both Rihanna and Childish Gambino.


In a recent Instagram post, Rihanna publicly thanks Donald Glover in his collaboration with her throughout the film. You are a true gem to the culture. I’m so proud of you and the work you put into making this film. “Thank you for trusting me with this role!” she writes, “It was the greatest experience being in Cuba, phones off, present with life and art! It was humbling! I felt how close this was to you and your entire team!”

From music to beauty, films, lingerie and now skincare, it seems like there’s nothing Rihanna cannot conquer.

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