Pop-sensation Ariana Grande has dipped her toes into the Beauty industry previously, so it arrives at no shock to her fans or the rest of the world that she is continuing to expand her empire from music, to the newly-suspected skin care line.
‘Cloud’, ‘R.E.M’ and ‘Ariana Grande Eau de Parfum’, are just 3 of her 6 fragrances to have previously been released, reportedly making an estimated £105million in 2017 alone.
It has been reported that the Florida-born superstar’s team have filed a trade mark application under the name ‘God Is a Woman’, an ode to her 2018 single of the same name. While the singer has yet to confirm that news herself, the application covers products like body lotions, non-medicated skin care preparations, body mousse, body mists, body souffles, eau de parfum, perfume, shower gels bath gels, eau de cologne and eau de toilette. However, as with some trade marks, the goods and services could change during the application process, if she wishes to alter areas of it.
The Grammy-nominated track off of Grande’s album ‘Sweetener’ has previously led to the release of a Bath Bomb in the internationally renowned bath and body store, Lush, in an attempt to make the users’ bath water look similar to that in the popstar’s music video. The Newlywed has altered fashion history in the past, with her high ponytails and signature eyeliner taking the beauty world by storm, even helping her own make-up artist to create his own beauty line in 2018 from its fame. So it comes as no surprise that the singer is taking on the beauty world herself, with fans eager to hear about her plans.
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