Rihanna's Fenty Beauty line of makeup is a runaway hit. The cornerstone of its success is its Pro Filt'r Soft Matte Longwear Foundation, which comes in 40 shades to make sure the women of color who are often ignored by beauty brands can find a perfect match. 

Inclusivity is undoubtedly a huge part of Fenty Beauty, and in a recent interview with Latina, Rihanna revealed how the Latinx community played a huge role in making it happen.

When asked about the importance of having such a wide selection of foundation shades, Rihanna told Latina, "I got my love for my Latino and Latinas!"

"The foundation is such an extremely perfect formula in my eyes and I wanted range. With every product I was like, ‘there needs to be something for a dark-skinned girl, there needs to be something for a pale-skinned girl and everything in between."

"You want people to appreciate the product and not go ‘oh, that’s cute, but it only looks good on her," she added.

Rihanna didn't just keep the needs of the Latinx community in mind when it came to Fenty Beauty — she gave them powerful positions on the team as well.

"One of my product managers Jen is Latin, and she’s very proud of what we created," she told Latina.

Rihanna was referring to Jenn Rosales, who has been her personal assistant for years. Giving her a leadership role in Fenty Beauty speaks volumes.

But the Latinx influence doesn't stop there. Celebrity makeup artist Priscilla Ono...

... and Hector Espinal — the first Dominican Sephora PRO artist — are representing us as Global Makeup Artists for the brand.

It's no wonder Rihanna told Latina "I feel really indebted to Latin culture" after talking about her squad. We're all over Fenty Beauty!