Is Ariana Grande Preparing to Launch Her Own Cosmetics Line?
Ariana Grande’s year is only going to get better.
Aside from appearing on the next season of The Voice and getting married, the singer may be expanding her career by starting her own beauty line. The great part is that she is rumored to be considering naming the cosmetic line after one of her most successful songs.
Ariana Grande is said to have registered a trademark for a range of cosmetics.
Grande appears to be on her way to joining the increasing list of celebrity beauty moguls.
The Grammy winner has registered a trademark for a range of cosmetic, skin, and hair products, according to cosmetic news site Trendmood. Mists, soufflés, and scents, as well as shower and bath gels, are expected to be part of the portfolio.
@ArianaGrande has registered a trademark for her own beauty brand #GodIsAWoman, which includes skincare, body care mousse, mists, soufflés, perfumes, shower gels, bath gels, and more (info might change) pic.twitter.com/BKL6RJTJmZ
3 June 2021 — Trendmood (@Trendmood)
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Grande is rumored to be considering the moniker “God Is a Woman” for her beauty line, which would be a play on her 2018 hit single.
With her distinctive clothes, high ponytail, and characteristic winged eyeliner, the “Positions” hitmaker has long been a beauty icon. She’s even dabbled in the beauty sector, assisting Patrick Ta, a makeup artist, with the launch of his own cosmetics line in 2018.
According to Kiss FM, Ta posted on Instagram at the time, “I am releasing my own beauty brand and I am so pleased about it since I’ve worked so hard on the formulations and they’re simply so gorgeous.” “So it hasn’t debuted yet, but I’ll be sharing some of the things on Instagram soon,” she says. I’m going to use them on my clients, and I’m curious if you can guess what I’m going to come up with.”
In 2016, Grande collaborated with M.A.C. Cosmetics to develop her own Viva Glam Lipstick, and she has since launched a number of other… This is a condensed version of the narrative. I hope you found it entertaining.