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Rihanna Apologizes to Muslims Worldwide.

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She may have messed up but she’s been quick to admit to the blunder and like any powerful woman who understands the role she plays in society, Barbados born international superstar, Rihanna has apoligized openly to the Muslim community.

On Monday, the Fenty Beauty creator, faced sudden backlash after a song featured on the Savage x Fenty Volume 2¬†playlist¬†on Amazon, was played during Rihanna’s second Savage x Fenty lingerie fashion show. Lingerie models danced to the song “Doom” by London-based producer Coucou Chloe during a portion of Rihanna’s show, which streamed on Amazon Prime on Friday. The song, released in 2017, includes a remix of a hadith narration about the end of times and judgment day. The hadith, a written record of the sayings and actions of the Prophet Mohammed and his closest companions, is considered extremely sacred to Muslims, and come secondary only to the Quran in terms of textual authority.

Rihanna has since apologised via social media to the Muslim community, citing the use of the song as a “huge oversight” and saying that she is incredibly disheartened by the situation. “I do not play with any kind of disrespect toward God or any religion and therefore the use of the song in our project was completely irresponsible!”, she said.

Rihanna’s virtual Lingerie fashion show was featured exclusively on Amazon Prime Video and it was the second time the Barbados born singer and businesswoman used Amazon Prime Video to stream her Lingerie fashion show to fans around the world. Last September, the private event was held at Barclay’s Centre in New York and streamed weeks later via the platform.

Now, check out some of the new lingerie designs by Fenty.

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Minimalist Beauty Tips. A Couple Tips Every Girl Should Know.

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We’re out here looking for the tips to ease you up this Saturday as you make your way around whichever city you’re in, around the world. With all this masked up action, we thought it’d be good for the ladies who are devoted to staying LIT when it comes to beauty, to get a tip or two on minimalist beauty hacks that could keep the fire burning all through COVID-19… so here goes.

THE MASCARA, HIGHLIGHTER, TINT HACK.

If you’re heading out the door and need a quick spruce up after the hair’s been pulled back and all that, we recommend this quick hack!

  1. Grab a gentle mascara that won’t irritate your eyes. Our favourite is the L’oreal Voluminous Mascara.
  2. You’ll need a good highlighter that guarantees AM-PM glow.
  3. When it comes to those lips, we suggest something that looks super natural but subliminally sexy – maybe something in a pale blush.
  4. You then tap the highlighter over your brow bones, cheek bones, bridge of your nose, Cupid’s bow, chin, and the inner corners of your eyes. Blend well! Then top it off with that voluminous mascara and your choice of lip colour. You’re all set!
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Trinbagonian Mas and Mask Maker, Rawle Permanand Talks Possible Local Carnival, Covid Lessons and More.

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Mas has always been big business and mas designer Rawle Permanand, understands not just the beauty of carnival, but the economics. He’s awaiting word on the next move amid continued restrictions in Trinidad and Tobago and the the maintenance of ‘locked down’ borders. He however told Ebuzztt that there’s been some talk of a local something.

Rawle has embarked on a new enterprise, in this Covid-19 season, making masks that epitomise the beauty and aesthetic of the Caribbean and the Carnival industry. They’re being distributed overseas, even. His social media pages are awash with comments affirming the quality and beauty of his mask designs. There’s no doubt that he’s channelled his energy and passion into something that’s worthwhile, especially at present.

In our chat, Rawle told us that this pandemic has made him more aware of time, and the possibilities that we rarely think about.

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