The trademark application, which refers to the star's hit single of the same title, spans a range of beauty products such as fragrance, body lotion, scrubs and other bath and bodycare products such as powders and mists.
The trademark is titled after her megahit single of the same name released in November of past year, which is also the name of her fifth studio album.
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This is not the singer's first foray into the world of beauty, as she already has a line of fragrances. Her latest fragrance release, Cloud, was one of Ulta's best-selling perfumes a year ago. Her perfumes included Moonlight, Clouds, Ari and Sweet Like Candy, sold at Ulta Beauty.
Ariana was also the inspiration behind Lush's Goddess bath bomb, which paid homage to her "God Is A Woman" music video, where she bathes in a pool of pink, purple and blue marble-like water. The trademark was filed by GrandAri Inc., which owns her fragrance line. However, she is yet to bring any Be Grande products to market as her initial application was not properly verified.