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Rihanna at the 2017 Crop Over Festival in Barbados
By SENATUS Magazine | 11 August 2017

Rihanna posted a photo on her Instagram account, participating in the 2017 edition of the Crop Over Festival in the native hometown of Barbados, showcasing a rather colorful carnival costume whilst clad only in a G-string and an extremely low-cut brassiere decorated with beads and colored stones, alongside matching epaulettes and a pair of beaded fishnet stockings.

For additional flair, she wore a set of feathery wings, an outsize necklace and a jeweled hair accessory.

As for make-up, the singer opted to highlight her eyes with XXL lashes, and her mouth with a generous coating of lip gloss. She also chose a mermaid look for her hair which is dyed in a shade of turquoise that perfectly matches her nail polish. The final touch is beads placed on her forehead, which accompany the movement of her bangs.

Well, it there was ever any occasion to overdo, this was it.

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