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Rihanna Launches New Styling, Hair and Makeup Agency

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Rihanna is getting her Ari Emanuel on. The WME-repped pop diva quietly has founded a beauty and stylist agency called Fr8me with managing partner Benoit Demouy, formerly of the agency Tracey Mattingly. The Los Angeles-based firm assists artists in booking commercials, editorial shoots, ad campaigns and red-carpet gigs.

“Hair, makeup and styling play an important role in creativity,” Rihanna, 27, tells THR. “I am very involved with that part of my process, so this agency was an organic thing for me to do.”

Talent already on board: Rihanna’s longtime makeup artist Mylah Morales, Taraji P. Henson’s wardrobe stylist Jason Bolden and hairstylists Patricia Morales (Evan Rachel Wood, Fergie) and Marcia Hamilton (Jada Pinkett Smith and the Smith family).

“We are lucky enough to have some of the best artists at Fr8me,” adds Rihanna, “but I also have a soft spot for finding new talent with extraordinary skills!”

The creative moonlighting doesn’t end there: In conjunction with Fr8me, Rihanna has started the photo agency A Dog Ate My Homework, which represents shooters Erik Asla and Deborah Anderson.

“Our goal is to have a stellar reputation,” says Demouy. “The industry’s changed so much — rates have gone down, and clients just grab images off social media, trying to bypass paying artists. But we’re concerned with social media, too — we’ll take a makeup artist with 500,000 followers over someone else.”

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ICYM: Fenty Beauty among the top most searched beauty brands in 2017

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Among the most hyped launches last year was Fenty Beauty. Rihanna’s makeup brand received a load of praise for actually delivering diversity in terms of both her product selection and the ad campaigns for the brand. The biggest lesson we learned? The old myth trotted about my brands failing to deliver, ‘darker doesn’t sell’, certainly isn’t true. Just look at the commercial success of Fenty Beauty’s massive range of foundations. certainly didn’t ring true if Fenty Beauty’s commercial success was anything to go by.

Rihanna’s makeup brand landed #8 spot on the list of most searched brands in 2017. And it’s important to remind that the brand was released in September!

It was the beauty launch heard ’round the world — thanks to Rihanna dropping 40 foundations in 17 countries overnight. Soon, it was winning awardsand people and celebrities were sharing their stories about what the inclusive shade range meant to them. Now, the rest of the beauty industry is racing to catch up.

— Refinery29

If it was up to us, Rihanna’s debut make-up range would have topped the list, but seventh place will have to do. Forcing the rest of the beauty industry to sit up and take notice, Fenty Beauty’s 40 wide foundation shade range and inclusive attitude was exactly what 2017 was asking for.

— Elle

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Mattemoiselle lipstick is here! Shop now!

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Fenty Beauty’s latest lipstick is out now! Mattemoiselle is available in 14 different shades! And we can’t yet decide which one do we like the most! You can purchase it in selected countries in Sephora and Harvey Nichols stores and worldwide at fentybeauty.com

Check all 14 promotional pictures in our gallery!

    

 

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How To Get Fenty Beauty’s Facebook Filter & Try On Rihanna’s Fav Highlighter

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If you weren’t hiding under a rock we assume you already heard of Fenty Beauty’s Trophy Wife highlighter. The gold highlighter was one of the first products released by Rihanna’s hit makeup brand. And in case you haven’t test in on your skin yet now you got a chance… well kind of. Fenty Beauty has created a special Facebook camera effect that lets you to test how would the Killawatt Freestyle Highlighter in Trophy Wife look on you – and it totally matches the result in real life!

How to test it? For starters you need a Facebook account ;)

All you have to do to be able to use the Fenty camera effect is click over to Facebook’s camera effects. If you click it on a computer, you’ll be redirected to Facebook, where you’ll be prompted to send a notification to your mobile device, which you can then click on to use the effect. If you click on the link directly from your phone, you’ll be redirected directly to your Facebook camera. In short: you can only use the effect when on Facebook on your phone.

Just swipe right, pick the filter and you’re ready to try it!

Perfect highlighters! Which one is your fav?

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You can purchase Trophy Wife in selected countries at Sephora and Harvey Nichols stores and worldwide at www.fentybeauty.com

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