It seems even people with albinism can enjoy what the collection has to offer after several women have come forward to praise the singer's cosmetics, one being Krystal Robertson, a nurse from Mississippi.
Fashion is also featuring more people with the congenital disorder, such as model Diandra Forrest.
So, what else is out there for the super-fair skinned? Here are some options.
Fenty Beauty Pro Filt'r Soft Matte Longwear Foundation
Shades 100 and 110 are extremely light, but give as much coverage as the other tones. You can build up how heavy you want the foundation, from light to full, and thanks to it being oil-free, the product won't be ruined by humidity or sweat. All of RiRi's products are 100 per cent cruelty-free too - we love her even more now!
Lily Lolo Mineral Foundation SPF 15
There are quite a few products on offer under this brand, but we decided a mineral foundation would be a good shout as it's hard to find options that give good coverage let alone suit really pale skin! The Porcelain shade is the fairest of the fair and its natural ingredients ensure skin doesn't suffer, meaning no breakouts or blemishes will be caused.
NYX Total Control Drop Foundation
For a shade simply called Pale, you may not be convinced, but this tone is actually extremely fair and can be applied easily with just a few drops. Put as little or as much as you want on, blend with a brush and feast your eyes upon the natural matte finish.
Revlon ColorStay Foundation Combination/Oily
Favoured by YouTube users including Porcelain Nari, the Ivory version of the product is perfect for the very pale and also works on a range of skin types. Smooth, silky and easy to blend, this lightweight foundation offers a velvety finish that will last all day - perfect if you're heading out after work!
There are some great pencils out there too, like NYX Professional Makeup Wonder Pencil in 01 Light for all purposes, Lorac Pro Brow Pencil in Blonde and L.A. Girl Shady Slim Brow Pencil in Blonde.© Cover Media