Rihanna’s new Reb’l Fleur ad was a bit too risque for Kuwait. The singer’s new ad has been censored!
The original ad (on the left) shows the 23-year-old singer wearing a pink satin blazer – open, exposing a bit of cleavage. The same ad has been photoshopped by a Middle Eastern newspaper to cover the singer’s torso. According to Stylist:
It has been reported that the cover-up was done to attract Kuwaiti women in the predominately Muslim state.
While Rihanna and Parlux Fragrances, the company that produces Reb’l Fleur, have yet to make a statement on the ad censorship, we have a feeling this won’t deter sales of the songstress’ scent.
What do you think of Rihanna’s Reb’l Fleur fragrance ad censorship in Kuwait?
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My mom was always big on looking natural. Makeup was to enhance your beauty and not change your look. When I was young I wanted to paint myself with all the colors of the wind but now as I have grown up I appreciate her words so much more.
Are you a chocoholic? This may be the product for you! Cadbury is about to launch a new range of bath products which will smell like three new flavors of it’s Dairy Milk bar.
The confectionary giant has joined forces with cosmetic company Anatomicals to create a truffle bath creme, toffee body butter and a hazelnut exfoliating wash.
But sweet-toothed fans of the brown stuff won’t be able to pick this chocolate treat up from any old corner shop. The limited edition products will only be available from John Lewis and online fashion store asos.com.
Cadbury’s Bliss bars launched in September last year, while the range of good-enough-to-eat bath products will be available to buy in June.
This is the first time Cadbury has dipped its toe into this new market, which it hopes will attract young females and support what they call the ‘luxury theme’ of the Bliss brand.
I don’t know about this one. I’ve never smelled a chocolate beauty product that smelled good to me. I don’t think I’d want my body to smell like chocolate. I’d have to try this and see what I think. Feel free to send me a sample.