Is Rihanna Launching Fenty Beauty Skin Care?

In a mere two weeks, Rihanna not only launched a makeup line that shook the entire beauty industry, but she also debuted a major holiday collection. Now, rumor has it the superstar may have skincare products in the works, too.

The news comes from internet sleuths who realized that, on Sept. 15, Rihanna applied for a new trademark for House of Fenty under her company Roraj Trade LLC (which holds the trademarks for Fenty Beauty, Clara Lionel Foundation, and Rihanna’s other ventures). It was seemingly first noticed by Rihanna fan @MrMouthAlmighty, who posted a screenshot of the products listed under the trademark’s goods and services description. It included “non-medicated skin care preparations, namely, creams, lotions, gels, toners,” and more. In other words, prepare to give Rihanna all your money (as if you haven’t already!).

That’s not all, either. The full goods list, available for anyone to see on trademark database Justia, also covers “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, [and] perfume.” This means she may not only be looking to launch skincare products but also nail products, bath products, and even temporary tattoos (how cool would it be if they looked like her famous ones?).

Of course, at this point, this is all speculation. The trademark application is pending as of its last update on Sept.21. You should also keep in mind that her trademark for Fenty Beauty was registered way, way back in Aug. 2014 and the collection didn’t launch until Sept. 2017. In 2014, Rihanna also applied for trademarks for other potential businesses that have yet to come to fruition, like Fenty intimates and swimwear. Many big-name celebs do the same — applying for trademarks is not so much a confirmation of a business as it is a way to leave doors open and simultaneously protect them from others profiting off their names.

That minutiae hasn’t stopped Twitter from getting excited over the news. Based on all the hype, not to mention the massive retail success of Fenty Beauty (hello, sold-out foundations), customers are ready whether or not Rihanna launches skincare any time soon. Start saving up now.

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Busty Rihanna shows off her curves in a low-cut dress

She’s been promoting her Fenty beauty line around Europe. 

And after dazzling with her array of sexy ensembles, Rihanna continued her glamorous spree for the Madrid launch at Callao cinema on Saturday. 

Showing off her sensational figure, the 29-year-old songstress was a vision of beauty in a plunging floral dress. 

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Turning heads: after dazzling with her array of sexy ensembles, Rihanna continued her glamorous spree for the Madrid launch at Callao cinema on Saturday

Turning heads: after dazzling with her array of sexy ensembles, Rihanna continued her glamorous spree for the Madrid launch at Callao cinema on Saturday

Turning heads: after dazzling with her array of sexy ensembles, Rihanna continued her glamorous spree for the Madrid launch at Callao cinema on Saturday

Featuring a low-cut neckline and sexy cut outs, the gown flashed her ample cleavage and a hint of her taut stomach. 

The gown flared out into a floral printing cream midi skirt to show off a hint of her lean legs, which she boosted with a pair of pink barely-there heels. 

Wearing her glossy raven locks loose and tousled, she finished off the look with a slick of hot pink gloss.  

Feeling rosy: Showing off her sensational figure, the 29-year-old songstress was a vision of beauty in a plunging floral dress

Feeling rosy: Showing off her sensational figure, the 29-year-old songstress was a vision of beauty in a plunging floral dress

Feeling rosy: Showing off her sensational figure, the 29-year-old songstress was a vision of beauty in a plunging floral dress

Taking the plunge: Featuring a low-cut neckline and sexy cut outs, the gown flashed her ample cleavage and a hint of her taut stomach

Taking the plunge: Featuring a low-cut neckline and sexy cut outs, the gown flashed her ample cleavage and a hint of her taut stomach

Taking the plunge: Featuring a low-cut neckline and sexy cut outs, the gown flashed her ample cleavage and a hint of her taut stomach

Rihanna, whose full name is Robyn Rihanna Fenty, has launched her beauty line in her own name. 

This was news to some of her fans this week, as they remained in the dark about the meaning of her beauty brand name.

Rihanna, born in February 1988 in Saint Michael, Barbado, shares the Fenty last name with her two brothers, Rorrey and Rajad Fenty. 

Glam: Rihanna looked sensational

Glam: Rihanna looked sensational

Legs eleven! The gown flared out into a floral printing cream midi skirt to show off a hint of her lean legs, which she boosted with a pair of pink barely-there heels

Pretty in pink! Wearing her glossy raven locks loose and tousled, she finished off the look with a slick of hot pink gloss

Pretty in pink! Wearing her glossy raven locks loose and tousled, she finished off the look with a slick of hot pink gloss

Pretty in pink! Wearing her glossy raven locks loose and tousled, she finished off the look with a slick of hot pink gloss

All about the accessories: The Bajan beauty donned a bejewelled watch and bracelet 

All about the accessories: The Bajan beauty donned a bejewelled watch and bracelet 

All about the accessories: The Bajan beauty donned a bejewelled watch and bracelet 

She also has three other siblings—two sisters and one brother—born before her father, Ronald Fenty, married her mother Monica. 

The singer has always gone by her middle name throughout her career, ever since the release of her debut album Music Of The Sun in 2005.

Now, the last name is sent to be durably associated with Fenty Beauty since the beauty brand has made headlines for its wide range of inclusive shades, which has earned rave reviews from albino people used to not finding beauty products matching their skin tone.   

Glam: Rihanna looked sensational

Glam: Rihanna looked sensational

Turning heads: Rihanna was a vision of beauty as she posed on the red carpet at the event 

Stunning: The Stay hitmaker was a vision of beauty as she posed for snaps on the red carpet

Stunning: The Stay hitmaker was a vision of beauty as she posed for snaps on the red carpet

Stunning: The Stay hitmaker was a vision of beauty as she posed for snaps on the red carpet

Taking a look: Rihanna adjusted her sexy ensemble as she walked the red carpet 

Taking a look: Rihanna adjusted her sexy ensemble as she walked the red carpet 

Taking a look: Rihanna adjusted her sexy ensemble as she walked the red carpet 

Having risen to fame as a singer, Rihanna recently confessed to The Times that she had wanted to release her own collection after being inspired by her mother’s beauty looks in her youth. 

She explained: ‘It’s a lifelong obsession. I used to watch my mum put her make-up on — all the funny faces she’d make in the mirror.

‘I never understood what she was doing, until I got older and fell in love with make-up myself.’

All-smiles: The brunette bombshell seemed in high spirits as she waved to photographers 

All-smiles: The brunette bombshell seemed in high spirits as she waved to photographers 

All-smiles: The brunette bombshell seemed in high spirits as she waved to photographers 

Dazzling: As usual Rihanna looked incredible on the outing 

Dazzling: As usual Rihanna looked incredible on the outing 

Dazzling: As usual Rihanna looked incredible on the outing 

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So-Called Rihanna ‘Fans’ Just Realized Her Last Name Is Fenty And Black Twitter Is Unforgiving

When it comes to singer-turned-fashion icon Rihanna, branding is key. From her illustrious sportswear collaboration with Puma to her well-received makeup line, Fenty has easily become a household name. 

But in the case of some of RiRi’s so-called “fans,” the correlation between her real last name and the names of her makeup and fashion line were not so readily apparent. 

As any true member of the RihNavy is well aware, Rihanna’s full name is Robyn Rihanna Fenty, but this revelation came as a shock to many social media users. The truth behind Rih’s ingenious branding even led a handful of publications to marvel at the internet’s hilarious reactions. 

But that’s the thing about the internet, particularly Black Twitter: once you prove your ignorance, prepare yourself to get dragged unforgivingly. Take a look at the hilarious roast session below. 

But perhaps the best clapback of all came straight from Rih herself. Shortly after catching wind of the chaos on social media, the “Consideration” singer took to Instagram early Friday morning (Sept. 22) to throw shade of her own. 

Check out Rihanna’s hilarious response to the Fenty madness below. 

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Rihanna Responds to People Who Don’t Know Her Last Name



Believe it or not, there are a lot of people out there, including some Rihanna fans, who didn’t know her last name until just recently. Rihanna has used her last name Fenty as part of several product launches, including her new Fenty Beauty makeup line, but many people just got around to figuring out that Fenty is her last name and not a word that she just made up. Rihanna had a hilarious reaction to the whole thing on Instagram on Friday.

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Rihanna, Fairy Godmother of Beauty, Did Her Fans’ Makeup Herself at the Fenty Beauty Holiday Collection Launch

In just a couple weeks, Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty line has proved itself a wild hit. Of the 40 shades of foundation the singer-turned-beauty mogul designed to cater to myriad different skin tones—from “fair skin with warm yellow undertones” to “very deep skin with cool undertones”—14 have already sold out at Sephora online; reports also indicate the darker shades have been a particular hit, flying off the shelves at brick-and-mortar stores.

But not only has Rihanna got women of all skin tones covered—she’s also got them covered for all seasons. On Thursday, Rihanna unveiled the Galaxy Collection, the new holiday line from Fenty Beauty by Rihanna, at a party in Paris. While Gwen Stefani was off releasing an early Christmas single, Rihanna was singlehandedly making your glitter-filled festive dreams come true.

Judging by an Instagram preview, the new collection comprises a shadow palette with 14 iridescent shades, including a deep purple, a royal blue, and a burnt orange, lipsticks and glosses in pale pink, fuchsia, orange, and mulberry (a useful addition to the existing line, which includes the “universal” gloss bomb), and a liquid liner.

The launch party was streamed on the Fenty Beauty Instagram, where the mastermind behind the line made the announcement: “Tonight, I’m going to be unveiling a special preview of the holiday collection,” she said (and was, predictably, met with cheers), “and you’re going to see it right here in person. I’m wearing it tonight.” (For the record, she wore a bright sea-green shadow that stood out against her black minidress with puffy sleeves); she listed the seven products behind the look on the Fenty Beauty Instagram the next morning.)

Later, hovering near a display of the Galaxy Collection, she asked a fan if she wants to try the new shadow palette. (She’s off camera, but one can only assume she nodded vigorously and maybe blacked out at the offer.) Rihanna picked it up off the display, peered at the colors, pulled out a brush (another new holiday addition to Fenty Beauty), and proceeded to touch up the makeup of several women in the crowd. Rihanna, beauty mogul, also a makeup fairy godmother.

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Beyoncé and Rihanna’s joy for their bodies has helped me finally worship my own

<br /> Beyoncé and Rihanna’s joy for their bodies has helped me finally worship my own




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My body is my home. It is one of the only things that is truly mine in this world. I’m becoming more aware of that fact everyday. I have not always treated my body kindly. I’m still learning about the intricacies of love for oneself — but I’m getting there, one millisecond at a time.

I remember a time last year when I had lunch with a guy. I was eating vegan cheesecake for the first time and, man, it was good. I was also about 130 pounds soaking wet.

My dining companion, however, was not knowledgeable — and ultimately, less respectful — of my growth. He told me that I was eating too fast, that I needed to slow down because I was “indulging myself.” In retrospect, my caloric intake for the day was pretty low and I had a busy day ahead, so I needed every bit of energy I could consume.

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I’d never been so small before, but I thought I was doing what was necessary to keep myself out of a state of indulgence. It was emotionally and physically taxing.

Six months later, I moved back to New York, excited to laser-focus in on my career. Although I wasn’t fully prepared for the move financially, I internally felt like I was ready for anything.

But, life got hard, fast.

I was constantly stressed out and my weight reflected my radical moods. The time period was scary, but I kept moving with the current of life. I didn’t have time to wallow in a rut over my sense of self. Capitalism literally would not allow it.

Months passed. I stopped paying so much attention to my body image because I had too many other things to do, and my body just did her thing as I entered a new phase of my adulthood — giving me curves where they hadn’t been before.

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Soon, pictures of Rihanna began to circulate on the internet. Social media users began lovingly hashtagging photos of the singer with #Thickanna.

In my heart of hearts, I was hype over the popular photos because of the representation — but a small part of me was still doubtful of the images’ impact. I thought to myself, “Hmm, they’re superstars…OF COURSE they look good no matter what.” Admittedly, my thinking wasn’t where it needed to be just yet.

My body was something to celebrate — not a flesh prison to fear. Beyoncé and Rihanna are not people I need to compare myself to, but rather women who stand in thick body-solidarity with me! Witnessing them enjoy their frames can be fuel to love myself; it doesn’t have to send me spiraling deeper into self criticism.

Now, I love my body more than I ever have.

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Kendrick Lamar and Rihanna’s ‘Loyalty.’ Hits No. 1 on Rhythmic Songs Chart

Plus, moves by Gucci Mane and Yo Gotti, while Mary J. Blige ties a top 10 record!

Kendrick Lamar’s “Loyalty.,” featuring Rihanna, lifts 2-1 on the Rhythmic Songs airplay chart (dated Sept. 30). The collaboration gains by 5 percent in spins in the week ending Sept. 17, according to Nielsen Music.

With the move, Kendrick collects his second No. 1 hit on the chart among 17 entries to date. His previous leader also came this year, with “Humble.” leading for three weeks in June.

Rihanna, meanwhile, knocks herself out of No. 1 as “Loyalty.” unseats DJ Khaled’s “Wild Thoughts,” which features the superstar alongside Bryson Tiller, after an eight-week command. Ironically, the last self-replacement at the pinnacle, which occurred a little more than one year ago, also involved Rihanna and DJ Khaled. On Sept. 10, 2016, Drake’s “Too Good,” featuring Rihanna, began the first of six ruling frames by bumping DJ Khaled’s “For Free,” which featured Drake, from the penthouse after three weeks. That move completed a triple play for Drake, whose “Controlla” led for the two weeks immediately preceding “For Free.”

One last Rihanna-Drake connection: “Loyalty.” gives Rihanna her 16th No. 1 on Rhythmic Songs, second only to Drake’s 19 among all acts.

Mary J. Ties Top 10 Record: Over on the Adult R&B Songs airplay chart, Mary J. Blige scores a record-tying 22nd top 10 hit with “Set Me Free,” which moves 11-10 with a 17 percent spike in spins for the week. Blige’s total now equals Gerald Levert’s sum for the most top 10 songs among all acts since the chart began in 1993.

Blige, whose career slightly predates the chart’s inception, earned her first top 10 on the tally with 1994’s “Be Happy,” which climbed to No. 8. She’s earned six No. 1 hits on the list: “Not Gon’ Cry” (six weeks in 1996), “Be Without You” (14 weeks, 2006), “Take Me As I Am” (one week, 2007), “Ifuleave” (eight weeks, 2009), “Thick of It” (16 weeks, 2016-17) and “U + Me (Love Lesson)” (three weeks, 2017).

Gucci ‘Bags’ A Hit: Gucci Mane scores his first top 10 as a lead artist on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs since 2009 as “I Get The Bag,” featuring Migos, jumps 13-9. He last visited the tier as a lead act when “Wasted,” featuring Plies or OJ Da Juiceman rocketed to No. 3 that fall.

The move gives Gucci his fourth top 10 overall. In addition to “Wasted,” he’s reached the region twice as a featured act, on Mario’s “Break Up” (No. 2, 2009) and assisting Rae Sremmurd on “Black Beatles,” which ruled the list for seven weeks from November 2016 to January 2017.

“Bag” rises with a 2 percent weekly gain in U.S. streams to 21.9 million in the week ending Sept. 14, according to Nielsen Music, generating an 8-6 hike on R&B/Hip-Hop Streaming Songs. Radio audience surges to 55 million for the week ending Sept. 17, up 30 percent, and boosts the track 39-36 on R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay.

Rihanna’s Fans Just Found out Where the Name Fenty Actually Came From — See All the Hilarious Reactions!

While fans can’t get enough of Rihanna‘s Fenty X Puma clothing brand and Fenty Beauty collection, many are wondering why the name Fenty?

Twitter had the most hilarious reactions on Tuesday after users finally discovered that the singer’s full name is Robyn Rihanna Fenty.

Like many celebrities known by a single name, Rihanna does not actually go by her given name. Fun fact: her middle name means “sweet basil” in Arabic.

Though this fact was a revelation for some, there were, of course, some members of the Navy who discovered Fenty long ago.

For those who didn’t know — and obviously have also never heard of Google — it was all too much.

Some thought the name that she uses for both her beauty and Puma collaborations was made up, while others just had their minds straight up blown.

“I WAS SHOOK NOT KNOWING RIHANNA’S LAST NAME IS “FENTY” WOAHHHH,” One user tweeted in all caps, he was so suprised.

Of course, Rihanna is not the singer’s real first name. Most of Rihanna’s friends and family still call her Robyn, and she even was nicknamed “Robyn Red Breast” by her neighbors because she sang so much. Though she admits the “life of Rihanna is pretty f–kin’ awesome,” it’s just her alter ego.

“I get kind of numb to hearing Rihanna, Rihanna, Rihanna. When I hear Robyn, I pay attention,” she told Rolling Stone in 2011.

“Robyn is the brick to my foundation,” the singer explained. “It’s something I hold on to. It’s everything I grew up with, my childhood, Barbados, people close to me. Everything that’s familiar. People know Rihanna from my music. But if this were to all go away tomorrow, I would always look at myself as Robyn.”

 

Rihanna Is Down “AF” With Cardi B’s “Bodak Yellow”

Rihanna shows her support for Cardi B.

Cardi B has rapidly risen in hip-hop’s master hierarchy to become one of the world’s most recognizable emcees. Due in large part to her single “Bodak Yellow,” this new-found fame has meant that other music celebrities are taking notice of the former reality TV sensation’s stature within the rap community. One of those high-profile names is Rihanna, who showed her support of the song and the woman behind via a fun video that she shared on social media.

Posting the clip to her Instagram page, RiRi treats us to a video of a young girl, still young enough to be sitting in a car seat, who is singing along to the track as it plays out of a car stereo system. The caption reads “me af,” which has been taken to mean that the R&B empress is in full-on karaoke mode when she’s put in a similar situation. With adorable green eyes and an extremely cute demeanor, the tiny rapper-to-be is the star here, melting the hearts of all those who turned up in Rihanna’s comment section. Seriously now – can we acknowledge just how good her rapping abilities are for someone at such a young age. I’m not sure how talented you were as a kid, but I certainly wasn’t able to spit bars like she is. A budding protege? Maybe Rihanna is about to take her under her wing, who knows. Regardless, props to the girl in the video for laying it down proper to “Bodak Yellow.”

As the song continues to gain steam – it was officially remixed with Kodak Black earlier this week – Cardi B’s public profile continues to grow in leaps and bounds. However, that doesn’t mean it’s all been positive experiences for her as of late. According to a report we published earlier today (September 20th), Cardi says that she was assaulted by a police officer who allegedly put her in a choke hold. “I can’t believe this cop put me on a choke hole just now shit is crazy these NY cops don’t know how to do they job FUCK 12,” she tweeted out on Tuesday. Unfortunately, there may also be a bigoted streak in the aggressor. One of Cardi’s fans asked if the officer in question was white, to which she responded: “Yeup [sic] he was,” in another tweet that she has since deleted. You can read the entire story here.

Comedian Elijah Daniel Talks Gay Bible Satire: Why Rihanna Is God to Trump’s Satan

In the midst of surprising his Twitter followers with a surprise ticket giveaway to a sold out Harry Styles concert, comedian Elijah Daniel spoke with Billboard about his “Gayer” Bible. It only took the YouTube personality a combined 12 hours (in just two days) to write The Holy Bible … But Gayer. And within hours, Amazon briefly banned the novel, citing a copyright issue — though that didn’t stop Daniel from selling more copies on his personal website.

Speaking about the book’s now-viral concept, the son of a “super religious family” and pastor father explains to Billboard that he had this idea for a while. After tweeting out his pitch — and receiving subsequent online flack — the former one-day Mayor of Hell, Michigan felt he held enough controversy to follow through with his plan. Going through “all the controversial verses” in the actual Bible, Daniel changed characters and settings, using a Mad Libs approach.

“It’s just obvious” replies the writer on why he selected Rihanna to play the role of God. “I feel like everybody would expect a Beyoncé, but I just feel like Rihanna is the perfect fit.” Daniel looked back at some of the mogul’s most infamous clapbacks on Twitter, inserting them as replacement quotes for God’s passages. 

Originally he decided to keep the serpent the same, but with the avalanche of press following the singer’s Reputation promo and its viral lead single “Look What You Made Me Do,” Taylor Swift became a no-brainer. 

The two pop stars are far from the only gay icons or popular figures to grace the book: drag queens from RuPaul’s Drag Race play all the Disciples, the book’s dedicatee Ellen DeGeneres makes an appearance, as do Ryan Murphy, Ryan Seacrest and Shawn Mendes.

Expanding on why Donald Trump received the coveted role of Satan, Daniel asserts that No. 45 “wasn’t the obvious choice.” The writer continues his shade: “I feel like Satan in the Bible is a slick, tempting, good character, not just a [blob] of human waste. It’s more of a compliment to him than anything.” Still, Daniel remains hellbent on continuing his on-going anti-Trump narrative: He’s spoofed the current Commander in Chief in his 2016 erotic novel, Trump Temptation: The Billionaire and The Bellboy.

Although Daniel’s family is against his deconstruction of the Bible, the comedian is not ashamed of his seemingly sacrilegious actions. “I just remember growing up as a gay kid and that was the number one thing: the Bible says that ‘You can’t be gay’.” Hoping to make other LGBTQ individuals make light of this situation, Daniel concludes: “The Bible can’t send you to Hell, it’s just a book!” 

Twitter users Photoshop Rihanna & Beyoncé with white skin

The internet is up in arms after someone took it upon him or herself to Photoshop megastars Beyoncé and Rihanna — to make them look white.

The altered photos have actually been circulating online for some time, with multiple images of both stars getting the whitewash treatment. 

But while the internet is filled with questionable and offensive content that often goes unnoticed or ignored, infuriated Twitter users are taking the time to call out the perpetrators this time, using the opportunity as a teachable moment.

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Picture-picking: Photoshopped pictures of Rihanna and Beyoncé, in which they are made to look like they have white skin, are circulating the internet

Picture-picking: Photoshopped pictures of Rihanna and Beyoncé, in which they are made to look like they have white skin, are circulating the internet

Picture-picking: Photoshopped pictures of Rihanna and Beyoncé, in which they are made to look like they have white skin, are circulating the internet

Say what? Twitter users have been sharing them, with some saying the stars look better white

Say what? Twitter users have been sharing them, with some saying the stars look better white

Say what? Twitter users have been sharing them, with some saying the stars look better white

Whitewashed: This altered image of Beyoncé is also earning attention on social media

Whitewashed: This altered image of Beyoncé is also earning attention on social media

Whitewashed: This altered image of Beyoncé is also earning attention on social media

Who is the 'artist'? The origins of each of the pictures are unclear

Who is the 'artist'? The origins of each of the pictures are unclear

Who is the ‘artist’? The origins of each of the pictures are unclear

It’s unclear where, exactly, all of the pictures originated, though two of the altered Rihanna images seem to have been created by an Armenian DeviantArt user who goes by ARMIRA92.

Then, in March of 2016, a French Twitter user named Elisa, whose handle is @queenelisar, tweeted a gallery of four Photoshopped Rihanna pictures.

‘Rihanna en blanche, elle est magnifique, je suis amoureuse,’ she wrote, which translates to, ‘Rihanna in white, she is beautiful, I’m in love.’

Oddly enough, it took until this summer for the tweet to pick up steam. Thousands of other Twitter users began replying, calling Elisa out for being racist and begging to differ with her assessment.

Then more recently, a Twitter user who went by @slavefortacos shared a similar tweet, this time with altered Beyoncé photos added into the mix — and a message that read: ‘Say what you want but Beyoncé would look prettier if she was born white.’

Naturally, quite a few people have taken offense to the photo-altering

Naturally, quite a few people have taken offense to the photo-altering

Naturally, quite a few people have taken offense to the photo-altering

So pale: The images show both stars with dramatically lightened skin

So pale: The images show both stars with dramatically lightened skin

So pale: The images show both stars with dramatically lightened skin

So pale: The images show both stars with dramatically lightened skin

So pale: The images show both stars with dramatically lightened skin

Twitter has since removed @slavefortacos’s account, but not before hundreds of people retweeted and replied in anger to him as well.

Replying to each of people who shared the altered pictures, angered social media users proclaimed that both Beyoncé and Rihanna look gorgeous just as they are.

‘In fact, it’s really hideous. Rihanna is beautiful and black!’ wrote one person in French.

‘Removes this racist s***,’ wrote another, while several tweeted some version of the message, ‘Delete this.’

Messages have poured in, including ‘Shame on you,’ ‘Delete your account and after delete your existence,’ ‘Are you serious? She’s gorgeous in her own skin color?’ ‘WHAT KIND OF WHITE NONSENSE IS THIS?!’ and ‘She is already amazingly beautiful. Stop whitewashing.’

Bad judgement: One French Twitter user named Elisa wrote that white Rihanna is 'beautiful'

Bad judgement: One French Twitter user named Elisa wrote that white Rihanna is 'beautiful'

Bad judgement: One French Twitter user named Elisa wrote that white Rihanna is ‘beautiful’

Offensive: A couple others have declared that both stars look prettier with white skin

Offensive: A couple others have declared that both stars look prettier with white skin

Offensive: A couple others have declared that both stars look prettier with white skin

Not keeping quiet: They have been roundly attacked on Twitter

Not keeping quiet: They have been roundly attacked on Twitter

Not keeping quiet: They have been roundly attacked on Twitter

Unnecessary: Many people pointed out that both stars are perfect just the way they are

Unnecessary: Many people pointed out that both stars are perfect just the way they are

Unnecessary: Many people pointed out that both stars are perfect just the way they are

Learn a lesson: Several have accused the sharers of being racist and ignorant

Learn a lesson: Several have accused the sharers of being racist and ignorant

Learn a lesson: Several have accused the sharers of being racist and ignorant

Will not be tolerated: Earlier this year, Rihanna blocked a Twitter user who shared a similar sentiment 

Will not be tolerated: Earlier this year, Rihanna blocked a Twitter user who shared a similar sentiment 

Will not be tolerated: Earlier this year, Rihanna blocked a Twitter user who shared a similar sentiment 

The French user, Elisa, even temporarily protected her tweets, prompting one person to write: ‘Sounds like Becky with the croissant got scared.’

There have long been controversies in which celebrities of color get whitewashed on the covers of magazines. It’s happened to Kerry Washington, Halle Berry, Gabourey Sidibe, Naomi Campbell, and, of course, Beyoncé and Rihanna.

But most of the time, the incidents are examples of photo editors getting carried away — not necessarily intentionally trying to make the star in question look Caucasian.

The fact that these images so blatantly attempt to do so has inspired some to take a look at the greater issues presented by Western beauty ideals.

Commentators at BET noted that this kind of Photoshopping sends a message that no matter how accomplished a black woman is, society would still prefer her to be white

Commentators at BET noted that this kind of Photoshopping sends a message that no matter how accomplished a black woman is, society would still prefer her to be white

Commentators at BET noted that this kind of Photoshopping sends a message that no matter how accomplished a black woman is, society would still prefer her to be white

Commentators at BET noted that this kind of Photoshopping sends a message that no matter how accomplished a black woman is, society would still prefer her to be white

Commentators at BET noted that this kind of Photoshopping sends a message that no matter how accomplished a black woman is, society would still prefer her to be white

They noted that the 'dark message' conveys that even these 'gorgeous, talented, successful, respected' women are not immune to people's projections of Western beauty

They noted that the 'dark message' conveys that even these 'gorgeous, talented, successful, respected' women are not immune to people's projections of Western beauty

They noted that the ‘dark message’ conveys that even these ‘gorgeous, talented, successful, respected’ women are not immune to people’s projections of Western beauty “ideals”

‘It has a really dark message behind it, wrote the staff of BET. ‘These are two of the most gorgeous, talented, successful, respected, well-known women on the planet. But even they are not immune to people’s projections of Western beauty “ideals.”

‘The people altering these images send a horrific message: no matter how amazing, successful, or beautiful a Black women may be, society would prefer them to be white. This is an impossible standard and exhausting burden.’

Earlier this year, Rihanna even faced this issue head-on, when another Twitter user, @alexgracious, wrote: ‘Rihanna would look so much more beautiful if she was white.’

Within 24 hours, Rihanna blocked her. 

Rihanna dazzles in a lilac gown at Fenty Beauty LFW launch

She always manages to turn heads with her glamorous ensembles, but on this occasion it was Rihanna’s dance moves that captivated attention.

The Grammy winning artist ensured all eyes would be on her at the launch of her Fenty Beauty make-up line during London Fashion Week in the English capital on Tuesday, as she stormed the red carpet before hitting the dance floor at the party inside. 

Opting for a vibrant purple gown that complemented her rich complexion, the 29-year-old Bajan beauty looked positively radiant as she walked the red carpet at Harvey Nichols, but proved she wasn’t afraid to let loose and have fun once the music started.

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Lilac to party, every-RI-body does! Rihanna hit the dancefloor and stepped behind the decks at the launch of her Fenty Beauty make-up line during London Fashion Week in the English capital on Tuesday

Lilac to party, every-RI-body does! Rihanna hit the dancefloor and stepped behind the decks at the launch of her Fenty Beauty make-up line during London Fashion Week in the English capital on Tuesday

Lilac to party, every-RI-body does! Rihanna hit the dancefloor and stepped behind the decks at the launch of her Fenty Beauty make-up line during London Fashion Week in the English capital on Tuesday

Pretty in purple: She always manages to turn heads with her glamorous ensembles. And Rihanna ensured all eyes would be on her as she walked the red carpet earlier in the evening

Pretty in purple: She always manages to turn heads with her glamorous ensembles. And Rihanna ensured all eyes would be on her as she walked the red carpet earlier in the evening

Looking good: Rihanna seemed in great spirits

Looking good: Rihanna seemed in great spirits

Pretty in purple: She always manages to turn heads with her glamorous ensembles. And Rihanna ensured all eyes would be on her as she walked the red carpet earlier in the evening 

Sheathing her sensational figure, the Wild Thoughts hitmaker dazzled in a lilac ball gown with sheer panels that offered a glimpse of her hourglass curves whilst remaining demure. 

Featuring layers of tulle ruffles, the eye-catching ensemble skimmed out into a dramatic full skirt but offered a look at her enviably lean legs – the height of which she boosted with silver wrap around sandals. 

Adding to the glamour, the stunning songstress adorned herself in dazzling diamonds, rocking a glittering necklace that complemented her myriad of bangles and selection of rings. 

Rihanna finished off the look by wearing her glossy raven locks in loose waves tied up in a high ponytail to show off her pretty features, which were accentuated by a neutral make-up palette.  

Lilac what you see? Opting for a vibrant purple gown that complemented her rich complexion, the 29-year-old Bajan beauty looked positively radiant as she walked the red carpet at Harvey Nichols

Lilac what you see? Opting for a vibrant purple gown that complemented her rich complexion, the 29-year-old Bajan beauty looked positively radiant as she walked the red carpet at Harvey Nichols

Lilac what you see? Opting for a vibrant purple gown that complemented her rich complexion, the 29-year-old Bajan beauty looked positively radiant as she walked the red carpet at Harvey Nichols

Glam: Rihanna looked sensational

Glam: Rihanna looked sensational

Pretty as a princess: Sheathing her sensational figure, the Wild Thoughts hitmaker dazzled in a lilac ball gown with sheer panels that offered a glimpse of her hourglass curves whilst remaining demure

Rihanna’s new make-up line Fenty Beauty was released in New York earlier this month. 

In just a matter of hours, the star’s premium range proved to be phenomenally successful with fans, as it sold out both online and in stores. 

Having risen to fame as a singer, Rihanna recently confessed to The Times that she had wanted to release her own collection after being inspired by her mother’s beauty looks in her youth. 

She explained: ‘It’s a lifelong obsession. I used to watch my mum put her make-up on — all the funny faces she’d make in the mirror. I never understood what she was doing, until I got older and fell in love with make-up myself.  

Glam: Rihanna looked sensational

Glam: Rihanna looked sensational

Skirting around the bash: Featuring layers of tulle ruffles, the eye-catching ensemble skimmed out into a dramatic full skirt but offered a look at her enviably lean legs – the height of which she boosted with silver wrap around sandals

Dripping in diamonds: Adding to the glamour, the stunning songstress adorned herself in dazzling diamonds, rocking a glittering necklace that complemented her myriad of bangles and selection of rings

Dripping in diamonds: Adding to the glamour, the stunning songstress adorned herself in dazzling diamonds, rocking a glittering necklace that complemented her myriad of bangles and selection of rings

Dripping in diamonds: Adding to the glamour, the stunning songstress adorned herself in dazzling diamonds, rocking a glittering necklace that complemented her myriad of bangles and selection of rings

Stunning: Rihanna looked sensational

Stunning: Rihanna looked sensational

That’s a wrap: Rihanna draped herself in her glamorous gown and shawl as she headed into the glitzy event 

All eyes on her: The pop princess was a vision of beauty at her launch night

All eyes on her: The pop princess was a vision of beauty at her launch night

All eyes on her: The pop princess was a vision of beauty at her launch night

Rihanna wasn’t alone in celebrating her London launch, as Tallia Storm showed no signs of stopping of slowing down her fashion week party hopping by attending the bash. 

The pop princess, 18, gave a flash of her trendy Dior underwear as well as her slender figure in a daring sheer nude gown, as she playfully twirled for cameras upon arrival at Harvey Nichols.

The Scottish singer was certainly not afraid to bare her figure in the polka dot frock – which was formed of a daring see-through mesh.

Treated: Rihanna did a great job

Treated: Rihanna did a great job

Make-up masterclass: Rihanna showed off her skills as she treated one lucky guest to a makeover with her fair hand 

Debut: Tallia was attending the launch of Rihanna's new make-up line Fenty Beauty, which was released earlier this month (singer pictured at the New York launch above) 

Debut: Tallia was attending the launch of Rihanna's new make-up line Fenty Beauty, which was released earlier this month (singer pictured at the New York launch above) 

Debut: Tallia was attending the launch of Rihanna’s new make-up line Fenty Beauty, which was released earlier this month (singer pictured at the New York launch above) 

Big fan: Having risen to fame as a singer, Rihanna recently confessed that she had wanted to release her own collection after being inspired by her mother's beauty looks in her youth

Big fan: Having risen to fame as a singer, Rihanna recently confessed that she had wanted to release her own collection after being inspired by her mother's beauty looks in her youth

Big fan: Having risen to fame as a singer, Rihanna recently confessed that she had wanted to release her own collection after being inspired by her mother’s beauty looks in her youth

Pulling into an elegant high neck and capped sleeves, the nude number then cinched in at her slender waist, before it cascaded out into a stunning full tulle skirt. 

Making the look more striking however was its completely sheer material, which left most of her underwear-clad figure on show. 

Maintaining her trendy sense of style, Tallia slipped into a striking Dior lingerie set, consisting of a plunging balconette bra and boyish shorts, for the event – giving a flash of her toned stomach and pert derriere as she playfully twirled on the carpet.

Striking: Pulling into an elegant high neck and capped sleeves, the nude number then cinched in at her slender waist, before it cascaded out into a stunning full tulle skirt

Striking: Pulling into an elegant high neck and capped sleeves, the nude number then cinched in at her slender waist, before it cascaded out into a stunning full tulle skirt

Striking: Pulling into an elegant high neck and capped sleeves, the nude number then cinched in at her slender waist, before it cascaded out into a stunning full tulle skirt

Keeping all eyes on her statement look, the budding singer added classic black stilettos and accessorised with a delicate quilted handbag.

She styled her hair into big, bouncy waves and added a sultry, smoky eye to glamorously tie her look together, as she made her beaming arrival.

The blonde was seen happily spinning and flipping her skirt for cameras – clearly delighted with her fairytale-inspired look. 

Causing a Stormzy! Maya Jama looked effortlessly chic in a glittering silver jumper that she teamed with cut off jeans and chunky white trainers that complemented her boxy handbag 

Cutting the mustard: Phoebe Lettice and Patricia Bright (L-R) both dazzled in varying shades of yellow denim

Cutting the mustard: Phoebe Lettice and Patricia Bright (L-R) both dazzled in varying shades of yellow denim

Cutting the mustard: Phoebe Lettice and Patricia Bright (L-R) both dazzled in varying shades of yellow denim

Meanwhile the event is just one of many Fashion Week parties Tallia has attended this week, as a self-professed fashionista. 

Carving a career as a singer in recent months, the teen star has been seen taking her place on the FROW at the Julien MacDonald and Jasper Conran shows, as well as attending a number of parties during Fashion Week.  

Tallia joined a host of stars at the event – including Sarah Jane Crawford, who slipped her svelte frame into a dazzling green sequin midi dress, and Stormzy’s girlfriend Maya Jama, who jazzed up her jeans in a shimmering silver jumper. 

Cute couple: Model Chloe Lloyd opted for a grungy all-black ensemble, jazzed up by silver boots, as she cosied up to her handsome fiance Josh Cuthbert at the event

Cute couple: Model Chloe Lloyd opted for a grungy all-black ensemble, jazzed up by silver boots, as she cosied up to her handsome fiance Josh Cuthbert at the event

Cute couple: Model Chloe Lloyd opted for a grungy all-black ensemble, jazzed up by silver boots, as she cosied up to her handsome fiance Josh Cuthbert at the event