Rihanna’s postpartum hair journey and Fenty Hair launch

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The artist and mother of two reflected on how her relationship with her hair altered after pregnancy.
The artist and mother of two reflected on how her relationship with her hair altered after pregnancy. The artist and mother of two reflected on how her relationship with her hair altered after pregnancy.

The artist and mother of two reflected on how her relationship with her hair altered after pregnancy.

Embracing Hair Changes

Rihanna, the iconic “Diamonds” singer, recently opened up about her postpartum hair journey at the Fenty Hair launch party in Los Angeles on June 10.

After giving birth to her sons, Rza, 2, and Riot, 10 months, whom she shares with partner A$AP Rocky, the Grammy winner experienced unexpected hair loss. “I didn’t expect it to happen in waves. I thought it would just happen and grow back,” said the 36-year-old artist, highlighting that this side effect was “not on the pamphlet” for post-pregnancy.

Creative Solutions to Hair Loss

Initially losing hair in patches, Rihanna found herself saying, “alright enough is enough.” Rather than letting it affect her confidence, she embraced her hair loss by getting “more creative and clever” with her hairstyles.

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From chic high ponytails and tousled long curls to honey blonde bangs and layers, Rihanna has experimented with a range of looks. Most recently, she ditched her wigs to showcase her natural hair texture, embracing her curls in public while promoting Fenty Hair.

Fenty Hair: A New Venture

Rihanna is now channeling her experience into Fenty Hair, a new line of reparative and strengthening shampoos, conditioners, and more.

Officially launched on June 13, Fenty Hair follows a recent brand announcement that captivated the Internet. Speaking at the launch party, Rihanna revealed that developing her haircare line over four-plus years was “more stressful” than anticipated.

A Labor of Love

“Considering all hair types, considering all of the brands that I’ve been in love with my entire life, I’m thinking, ‘If it’s not better than this one, it can’t work,'” Rihanna shared.

She emphasized her dedication to creating products that not only appeal to the beauty community but also fit seamlessly into her own hair routine. “Evolving as a woman and even as an artist, hair has been such a huge part of that and a reflection of whatever I’m feeling,” she said.

“So, it changes a lot and my hair goes through a lot. Making this brand, I had to consider all of those things. I want to look fly, but I want my hair to be healthy. How do I do that? All of my products need to strengthen and repair while I’m out just being fabulous.”

Conclusion

Rihanna’s journey with postpartum hair loss and her innovative approach to managing it have culminated in the launch of Fenty Hair. By sharing her personal experiences and creating a line of products designed to strengthen and repair hair, Rihanna continues to inspire and empower others to embrace their unique beauty.

Gary Monroe

Gary Monroe is a seasoned contributor to the Los Angeles Business Magazine, where he offers insightful analysis on local business trends and economic developments. With a focus on Los Angeles' dynamic commercial landscape, Gary's articles provide valuable perspectives for entrepreneurs and business professionals in the city.

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