Rihanna has revolutionized what it means to be an entertainer and businesswoman. Though the Barbados-born legend began her career as a singer when she was just 17, she has catapulted herself into so many various avenues.
In addition to her massive musical career, Rihanna has also done some acting and created an inclusive mega-beauty brand, Fenty Beauty and Fenty Skin. She has carved out a space for herself in the fashion world with her Fenty couture line and her Savage x Fenty lingerie brand.
Now, with her forthcoming Savage x Fenty fashion show which will premiere on Amazon, the Anti singer is also debuting a new insane hairstyle.
Inside Rihanna’s style evolution
Rihanna initially made her debut in 2005 as a typical chic young pop star. However, by the second year in the industry, Rihanna began choosing more bold looks like her backless Roberto Cavalli gown in 2007 and then with her daring 2009 Met Gala look where she wore a chic tuxedo with puffy sleeves.
From then on, Rihanna has shifted and shaped her style depending on her mood with stunning looks like her 2011 sheer striped gown by Jean Paul Gaultier at the Grammys, and of course her 2014 custom Adam Selman fishnet dress for the CFDA Fashion Awards.
With her own fashion label and her love for fashion, when Rihanna attends an event, photographers, fashion lovers, and fans always wait with bated breath to see what she’ll wear.
get into this bra tho…like I’m usually humble but not about lingerie
Rihanna spends $1 million of her hair each year
Like her striking style, Rihanna’s hair has also become a major component of her look. She has worn everything from red hair to Bantu knots to a short pixie cut. In fact, we don’t think she’s worn anything that’s looked “bad.” Obviously, the “Umbrella” is very careful and deliberate about her hair, but her hair budget is insane.
According to reports, the Bates Motel alum spends upward of $1 million each year on styling her hair alone. That adds up to approximately $22,000 per week.
It might seem like an absorbent amount of money to us, but with a beauty company worth $3 billion