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“She also has this warmth, and when she shines it on you, it makes you feel pretty damn amazing! ” I nod in agreement; psychopaths are not an option. She’s not wrong: This man is scruffy but handsome, age appropriate (36), and appears to be gainfully employed (an actor, not my first choice, but hey, nobody’s perfect). ” (Translation: He’s got all his own hair.) She swipes right, and a message pops up almost instantaneously on the screen: It’s a match!”Before long, we’re on the hunt for potential suitors. After swiping through a dozen profiles or more, she lands on a good one. We both throw our heads back and start screaming with laughter.

For the first time in her life, she’s fully committed to a healthy work-life balance. It’s even tougher now that she’s not only the face of her personal brand but also the CEO of a burgeoning global beauty-and-fashion empire.

“Even mentally, just to be away from my phone, to be in the moment, that has been key for my growth,” she says. Pulling double duty as both badass rock star and savvy businesswoman across a working orbit that spans California (home base for her new lingerie collaborators) and Europe can take a physical toll on even the most intergalactic of superstars.

She headed to Paris on a private jet a day early and rescheduled our interview, so I followed her flight path.

Rihanna might be a force of nature, but she’s not superhuman.

It’s all about the work, and it doesn’t come with any excess personal baggage.”On the heels of the insanity of making a blockbuster movie, Rihanna somehow managed to launch Fenty Beauty in collaboration with Kendo, LVMH’s incubator for cool new makeup brands, last September.

Leading with a range of foundations that cover a full spectrum of skin tones (there are 40 different shades), the brand shook up the beauty industry in ways few currently within it could have predicted, prompting a broader conversation about inclusivity that had long been ignored.In January, the two had a rare outing together and were photographed leaving a Grammys after party...apart but around the same time.They just didn't want to be photographed next to each other.“I don’t know if it was too much magnetic energy for me, but it sure knocked me on my ass,” she says in Paris, explaining that she often experiences the same symptoms around this time of the year, usually between touring and awards-show season.“It was like my immune system had just had it with me.” The next day she appeared to be back to her old self, cracking jokes with photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott and pulling goofy faces between shots when she thought they were not looking, though it was clear her energy levels had taken a beating.It’s perhaps why she doesn’t seem particularly bothered that today’s to-do list is far from done.

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