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Rihanna looks lovely in lilac at London launch of Fenty Beauty

The singer's beauty line features foundation in 40 different shades


Rihanna looked lovely in lilac at the London launch of Fenty Beauty on Tuesday night. The Work singer is making a splash in the cosmetics world with the unveiling of her debut make-up line, which features foundation in 40 different shades to accommodate many different skintones.

Rihanna, real name Robyn Rihanna Fenty, celebrated her latest venture with a party held at department store Harvey Nichols, and looked gorgeous in a frothy lavender dress by Molly Goddard. She complemented the ensemble with strappy silver sandals and loaded up on the bling, opting for diamond bracelets, rings and a stunning necklace from Chopard. Selecting products from her Fenty Beauty line, Rihanna also rocked a swipe of light purple eyeshadow on her lids, a little pink blush on the apples of her cheeks and shiny pink lip gloss.

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While the 29-year-old was the centre of attention at the bash, a number of other celebrities were also in attendance. Scottish singer Tallia Storm dazzled in a sheer beige gown from Christian Dior which showed off a hint of her matching underwear, which she matched with black pointed Christian Louboutin high heels and a mini white Lady Dior handbag. British model Leomie Anderson rocked a monochromatic Chanel tracksuit, which featured white stripe detailing around the cuffs, and carried a quirky red clutch bag.

Editor-in-chief of British Vogue magazine Edward Enninful kept his look classic by sporting a white shirt and black suit, while presenter Maya Jama made a sartorial statement in a silver sequin top, baggy boyfriend jeans and white sneakers.

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Rihanna's latest party comes as she confirmed that Fenty Beauty products are cruelty-free, with a representative releasing a statement explaining that the products aren't available in China, which requires all the make-up and skincare sold in the country to be tested on animals.

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