Rihanna stuns in Milan to launch her hugely successful Fenty Beauty Range

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Listening to Rihanna’s first ever single today on my way to work, still feeling every single vibe, I couldn’t help but stay happy for her. She has grown and is known.

Her face carries her sexy, her salty, her glam, her gramms so effortlessly and daring at the same time, and this time, she did it again in Milan on Thursday to launch more glamorous products from her hugely successful Fenty beauty range.

She is one beautiful woman, Rihanna.

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Being the main attraction, the stunning Anti singer made sure she looked the part in a gorgeous Versace leather tulip dress that showed off her incredible legs.

Accentuating her curves, the sexy LBD was nipped at the waist with a chunky black belt with gold buckle.

While she kept her chest free of jewellery, she bundled together a selection of gold and silver bracelets on either wrist.

The 30-year-old pop star completed the look with a pair of simple but sexy Tom Ford strappy heels.

The singer has been teasing the launch of the new products – including an all over body bronzer that she could be seen sporting in the snaps – all week before the launch in Italy today.

A thrilled Rihanna wrote on Instagram after the launch: “I’m so excited that @fentybeauty launched in Italy today …. Along with 75 other stores worldwide!

“Thank you for all your enthusiasm and support for the brand! It’s sincere and I love that s**t!”

Rihanna first launched her revolutionary beauty line- which features 40 different shades of foundation – last September, and by January reports had already sprung up claiming it was on track to overtake Kylie Jenner’s massive beauty empire.

Time Magazine named the brand one of the most important inventions of 2017 “for its quality-to-affordability radio and its emphasis on inclusivity” instead of exclusivity.

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