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Everything We Know About Ariana Grande’s Beauty Line

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There’s been some major news circling around singer Ariana Grande: She recently got married in her beautiful home in Montecito, CA, she’s been announced as a judge on the upcoming season of The Voice and she’s launching her own beauty line.

Fans started speculating the upcoming launch after beauty platform Trendmood announced that the star filed a trademark back in June. According to the account, the trademark for the line included products like skin care, body care, mousse, mists, soufflés, perfumes, shower gels, bath gels and more.

Fast forward to today, Ariana’s line—it is a cosmetics line named R.E.M after one of her previous songs—not only has its own Instagram page and website, but it’s also the main topic of Allure’s most recent cover story, which features Grande all done up in her products and all the details we’ve been waiting for.

According to the publication, the launch will happen in waves—the first drop focusing primarily on the eyes, which Grande describes as “our main gateways to our dreams, our emotions, our everything.” Included in the lineup: everything from eyeliner markers and false lashes to liquid eye shadows and mascaras. In the future, we should expect buttery lipsticks and plumping glosses, which she refers to as Lip Venom.

The launch date hasn’t been announced yet, but we’re willing to wait if it’s created by one of our favorite artists.

While the 27-year-old has never before ventured into the skin-care world, she has experience in the fragrance category with her line, Ariana Grande, which is sold at Ulta and includes products from lotions to bath gels.

Stay tuned to NewBeauty for future updates on Grande’s upcoming brand.

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