Madame Tussauds wax museum recently unveiled two figures of the singer Rihanna.

Wax embodiments of the pop star went on display at the Las Vegas location of Madame Tussauds in the Venetian hotel, as well as the Hollywood location on Nov. 13.

The Las Vegas figure features Rihanna in a serene singing pose, wearing the bandage-style asymmetrical bodysuit she wore during her Last Girl on Earth tour in 2010, while the Hollywood figure features Rihanna in the colorful beaded bikini costume she wore during her Loud Tour in 2011, according to the Daily Mail.

Madame Tussauds left no detail unaccounted, from the flame red hair that the singer was famous for not long ago, to the yellow hoop earrings, electric colored boots by Max Kibardin, and bedazzlements on her costume.

“Without a doubt, Swarovski is the go-to for the opening look for someone with Rihanna’s star quality,” costume designer Adam Selman told People magazine about the outfit last year.

“Swarovski crystals give depth, shine and quality on stage like no other.”

The Hollywood figure’s bikini had notable designs differences than the actual costume Rihanna wore, however.

This isn’t the first time Rihanna has been featured at Madam Tussauds; locations in London, Washington D.C. and Sydney all host wax figures of the super star.

According to Madame Tussauds’ website, creating a wax figure involves acquiring about 200 measurements of the person being embodied in a process called “sitting,” which can take between one and three hours. The entire process of creating figure can take up to 800 hours.