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Lintons Beauty Will Exclusively Offer Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty Products In Five Kenyan Outlets.

Posted On : May 12, 2022

Ann Mumbi

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The luxurious Fenty Beauty and Fenty Skin products created by global pop artist Rihanna will be sold in Kenya under an exclusive franchise agreement.

The Barbadian diva, who co-owns the company with LVMH, has selected Lintons Beauty to distribute its cosmetics collection.

The products will be accessible starting May 27, 2022, according to Lintons, which distributes additional high-end skincare, color cosmetics, and designer perfumes to the upper and middle classes.
The business has 28 locations in Kenya, Mombasa, and Kampala, Uganda, but only five of them will store Fenty items.
The retail prices for the new product lines, which will be available in seven other African nations, have yet to be announced by Lintons Beauty.

According to the Fenty Kenya website, goods like the Fenty symbol, and semi-matte refillable lipstick would cost Sh4,650, not including shipping and taxes.

Sun stalk’r eye bronzer and highlighter palette cost Sh7,000, while liquid killawatt fluid freestyle highlighter costs Sh4,100. KSh5,550 for a soft-matte powder foundation.
KSh3,350 for the longwear pencil eyeliner and KSh2,050 for the small mascara

Luxurious Labels
Rihanna’s premium cosmetics line will take the fight to other luxury brands vying for a slice of the country’s fast-growing multibillion-shilling cosmetics market pie.
Lintons already carries international skincare brands like Estée Lauder, Clinique, MAC, Clarins, Lancome, Chanel, and Dior.

Tom Ford, Issey Miyake, Bvlgari, Versace, Givenchy, Guerlain, Thierry Mugler, Yves Saint Laurent, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Burberry are among the scent names represented.

In a previous interview with Business Daily, Winnie Mutegi, the Lintons’ marketing manager, said, “We have worked with worldwide companies and authorized distributors to provide unique items for our clients.”

The corporation had previously expressed confidence in the cosmetics industry’s ability to weather the epidemic this year.
Lintons’ Beauty is also looking forward to new product lines from Lancome and Dolce and Gabbana.

On the website, the Fenty perfume costs KSh20,300.
Rihanna’s cosmetics line is a market leader in inclusion, offering a wide range of products for 50 different skin tones, including dark hues, which were uncommon when it first launched in 2017.

Content courtesy Business Daily & NFH

 

Ann Mumbi

An expert in style and image, Fashion Addict focuses on brands worn by showbiz stars who have large numbers of fans worldwide Member Of #NairobiFashionHub Team

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