Ciara has set her sights on launching her own beauty collection.
The Goodies hitmaker made an appearance at the Beautycon event in Los Angeles over the weekend, and during a conversation with WWD reporters, noted it was "inevitable" that she would follow in the footsteps of fellow singer Rihanna, who debuted her hugely successful Fenty Beauty line back in 2017.
"It's been a lifelong dream of mine to do something in the beauty space, and there are lots of cool things that I've been cooking up and working on, and I can't wait until the time is here to share it with the world," she shared.
The mother-of-two, a former Revlon brand ambassador, went on to explain that any future ventures would contain a mixture of make-up products and skincare formulas.
"More than anything, I just want it to be thoughtful," the 33-year-old added.
Ciara also discussed inclusivity in the beauty industry and touched upon Rihanna's Fenty Beauty foundation being offered in 40 shades, and Pat McGrath Labs' Sublime Perfection Foundation, which is available in 36 hues.
"It's been a long time coming," she explained. "Inclusivity is always better. When people make those changes to their approach to the beauty landscape and business, it benefits the world. It's the right way."
If she were to launch her own beauty collection, the Level Up hitmaker will join the likes of Jessica Alba, who co-founded The Honest Company, Drew Barrymore, who owns cruelty-free make-up brand Flower Beauty; and Australian model Miranda Kerr, who created skincare line Kora Organics back in 2009.