Rihanna's New Makeup Line, and More Beauty News

The biggest beauty stories this week.
Michelle Villett
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The biggest beauty stories this week.

Rihanna is Working on Fenty Beauty

Rihanna, Home premiere, 2015

Rihanna at the 2015 premiere of 'Home'.

Rihanna quietly registered the trademark for Fenty Beauty last year, and has now revealed that she's finally working on her own cosmetics range. "It’s something that I’ve always wanted to do, but I’ve always had so much on my hands. But, this time, I’m going to make sure it happens." {Refinery 29}

Jessica Alba is Being Sued Over "Unnatural Ingredients"

Jessica Alba, The Honest Life book signing, Pasadena, 2013

Jessica Alba at a 2013 book signing event for 'The Honest Life'.

Jessica Alba's The Honest Company is facing a $5 million class-action lawsuit. The customer who is suing the company alleges that some products (including the diapers, dish soaps and hand soaps) contain unnatural ingredients, and that others (such as the sunscreen) are ineffective. Despite usage of the latter, multiple complaints about burns emerged over social media recently. {Fast Company}

The Outnet Will Sell Beauty Products

The Outnet beauty

A Lipstick Queen set soon to be available at The Outnet.

The discount offshoot of Net-a-Porter, The Outnet, is getting into the beauty category. Starting in late October, they will offer curated makeup and skincare sets at prices 20 to 30 percent less than retail. {Fashionista}

Kylie Jenner Went Blonde for ELLE Canada

Kylie Jenner ELLE Canada shoot

Kylie Jenner is now a blonde (with matching eyebrows).

Kylie Jenner will be on the December cover of ELLE Canada, and documented the entire shoot this week on her social media channels. Not only did she show off her newly blonde hair, but she also got her brows bleached and a haircut. {People StyleWatch

This Acid Attack Survivor is Raising Awareness on YouTube

Acid burn victim beauty video

Reshma Bano Quereshi was disfigured by an acid attack.

Acid attack victim Reshma Bano Quereshi is raising awareness for Make Love Not Scars by posting beauty tutorials on YouTube. The organization is calling for a ban on the sale of acid-containing cleaning fluids, which have been used to maim, disfigure and even kill women in India. {The Wall Street Journal}

Someone Found Bugs in Her Beautyblender

Bugs in Beautyblender

These bugs were making a home in one vlogger's Beautyblender.

While filming a YouTube video, Stevie Miller noted that her new Beautyblender makeup sponge had come with a hole in it (she had purchased it from an "authorized reseller"). But then she discovered there were bugs living inside. Bugs! {Mashable}