Rihanna it is one of the edges over the world that more is getting in on the fight against the coronavirus. A few weeks ago, the Barbados announced the donation millionaire 5.7 million dollars to help combat this pandemic that has stopped the world. A figure that now will increase with the new initiative being launched by the designer through Fenty Beauty.
The actress also wanted to launch two products limited edition of their signature make-up to get more funds for the cause. As announced on the Instagram of its revolutionary cosmetic brand, have already been put up for sale two items whose profits go entirely to the Foundation Clara Lionelthe non-profit organization that was founded in 2012.
On the one hand, Rihanna has decided to re-market the product Diamond Ball Out with that a couple of years ago has already raised funds to fight the Encephalopathy, Traumatic, Chronic. This is the ‘Killawatt Freestyle’one of the illuminators more successful of your collection that stands out for its silver-tone can be used both as an eye shadow as to illuminate the face. This product has a price of 31 euros.
On the other hand has also been put up for sale a bag of the most versatile that it costs 41 euros. A case in black color ideal for travel that is designed to bring all makeup and brushes required in a very practical way. The two articles can be purchased in the web page of Fenty Beauty, that also includes a special tab for donate more money.
Alliance with Jay-Z
“When we started this year, we could never have imagined how COVID-19 would alter so dramatically in our lives. It doesn’t matter who or where it is, this pandemic affect all of us. And for the most vulnerable in the world, the worst may be to come”, explained the singer in the communiqué that announced million-dollar donation.
The donation of Rihanna has been destined to the food banks to provide food to communities at risk of exclusion and the elderly of the united States; to the purchase of tests and medical supplies to help Haiti, and Malawi, among other countries: the purchase of protective equipment for health workers; to the acquisition of respirators, and the acceleration in the research of the vaccine.
In addition, now the singer of ‘Umbrella’ has joined the rapper Jay-Z and your foundation Shawn Carter to donate two million dollars to help workers, the elderly and the homeless, as well as other organizations, in the cities of Los Angeles and New York.
The singer has already donated 5.7 million dollars and now has announced a new cash injection of two million, along to Jay-Z