Everything You Need To Know About Ariana Grande’s Beauty Line ‘God Is A Woman’

Everything You Need To Know About Ariana Grande’s Beauty Line ‘God Is A Woman’

Harry Styles, Hailey Bieber, Rihanna, Kylie, Kim and Kendall, and now Ariana Grande. As the list of celebrity beauty lines gets longer and longer we’re struggling to keep up with which A-lister is going to be next to launch their own lip gloss/spot serum/life-changing SPF (we’re looking at you Ri). Joining the roster of celeb beauty entrepreneurs is singer, newlywed and owner of the best ponytail in the biz, Ariana Grande.

According to Trendmood, Grande has filed a trademark for her very own line of beauty products. The name? As an ode to her 2018 single of the same name, the line is rumoured to be called ‘God Is A Woman’. We wouldn’t expect anything less.

The trademark reportedly covers everything from skincare to body products, including mists, soufflés, perfumes, shower and bath gels, and more. An Ariana Grande body soufflé? We could get into it.

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This isn’t the ‘Thank U, Next’ singer’s first foray into the world of beauty. In fact, Grande has quite the perfume empire under her belt. ‘Cloud’, ‘R.EM.’ and the eponymous ‘Ariana Grande Eau de Parfum’ are just three of the 27-year-old’s six fragrances that reportedly made over £105 million ($150 million) in 2017 alone. So undoubtedly Grande has got big business in mind when it comes to her rumoured beauty line.

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A beauty icon in her own right (did half-up half-down ponytails even exist before Ari?), even when Grande isn’t building a beauty empire, her music videos are inspiring other brands to launch their own products.

Throwback to 2018 when the ‘God Is A Woman’ music video broke the internet. Starring a naked Ariana half submerged in a purple swirling marble-effect pool, the video immediately incited a new generation of bath bomb lovers. Bath and body pros Lush hopped on the hype by dropping their own ‘God Is A Woman’ bath bomb that recreated Ari’s lavender pool. Needless to say, it sold out.

Perhaps a purple body soufflé is on the cards for Grande’s own beauty line? Watch this space for more information on ‘God Is A Woman’.

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