Superstar Rihanna made headlines when she launched Fenty Beauty, a makeup line meant to be intentionally inclusive. The release of her liquid foundation made for "women of all skin colors and undertones" begged the question: Should we really be praising a brand for catering to women of color when it is something all beauty brands should be doing?
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