Gabby Sidibe Test Drives Fenty Beauty to Prove It's For All Skin Tones

LOS ANGELES, CA - FEBRUARY 24:  Actress Gabrielle Sidibe attends the Fifth Annual Women In Film Pre-Oscar Cocktail Party at Cecconi's Restaurant on February 24, 2012 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Jason Merritt/WireImage for WIF)

Gabby Sidibe Test Drives Fenty Beauty to Prove It's For All Skin Tones

“Issa YES for me dawg.”

Published September 11, 2017

Turns out us “regular” people aren’t the only ones fangirling out for Fenty Beauty. Empire actress Gabrielle Sidibe is praising Rihannas line for repping all skin tones.

ICYMI: Rihanna launched a 91-product makeup collection on Friday including 40 shades of foundation. We applaud RiRi for making sure all of our shades of brown as represented.

And the beauty community is responding! We haven’t gotten the numbers in yet, but it’s moving in droves. 

The first release of Rihanna’s iconic Puma Creeper, which debuted in September 2015, sold out in three hours. Then, when the $135 sneaker was brought back in May 2016 for a third release, it sold out in 35 minutes, leading to Rihanna’s first sneaker design winning Footwear News’s Achievement Award for the 2016 shoe of the year

The collaboration has proved to be highly lucrative for Puma and the singer, bringing the company almost $1 billion in sales by the end of Puma’s fourth quarter, according to Bloomberg.

However, since Fenty Beauty’s main partner is Sephora, a major retail giant, it’s safe to assume they are able to meet the crazy demand and replenish as needed.

Plus, according to According to Newsweek, Rihanna inked a $10 million deal with Kendo Brands to launch Fenty Beauty, but more than likely, sales will surpass that.

Yep, Rihanna still got that money a few times over! 



Written by Janell M. Hickman

(Photo: Jason Merritt/WireImage for WIF)


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