Mother Monster may be in the process of creating her first makeup line.
That’s according to Harper’s Bazaar, which is reporting that Lady Gaga‘s company Ate My Heart Inc. had filed a trademark back in January for something named “Haus Beauty.” The trademark, says Harper’s Bazaar, covers “everything from cosmetics to perfumes, colognes, and even skincare.”
While Harper’s Bazaar says that even though all signs are pointing to a forthcoming beauty line, a filed trademark doesn’t guarantee a finished product — or line of products. But if her recent Instagram posts hold any secrets, cosmetics are almost definitely coming; Harper’s Bazaar points out that the singer and actor has been sharing several selfies that have pink and red lipsticks as their central focus.
But only time will prove the validity of the speculation — and here’s hoping it’s true!
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Singer Miley Cyrus’ new collaboration with Converse has finally arrived, according to PopSugar, and with it comes a lot of glitter, color and creativity. And for Cyrus, the design process was about giving her fans exactly what they’d expect of the colorful performer.
“I definitely had my fans in mind and in my heart when I was creating,” she said. “I put what they love about me and what I love about them into the design.”
Her designs range from pink-soled high-top Chuck Taylors to platforms with glittery laces, PopSugar says the star’s styles run the gamut — and even includes some clothing items, such as sweatshirts and track pants.
Perhaps the best part about her collection is that it’s totally inclusive: “No age, no gender, no sex — I wanted everyone to feel included,” she said of her designs.
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Gwen Stefani may have a makeup line in the works — or at least that’s what the trademark filings indicate.
According to Glamour singer, designer and The Voice judge reportedly filed trademark documents in back in March to start work on her own beauty line. Filing the documents for “P8NT” — pronounced “paint” — Glamour says Stefani has registered the trademark for 21 product categories solely in makeup, which range from “lipstick and lip balm to fake eyelashes and fake nails to ‘eyebrow gloss.'”
But the line doesn’t seem to end there: Glamour reports that the United States Patent and Trademark Office filing indicates a potential 31 product in skincare, registering for “toner, masks, moisturizer, essential oils, sunscreen, depilatory creams, bath oil, and ‘bath powder.'”
And don’t think Stefani forgot two other very important areas; in hair, Glamour reports seven product categories, including “‘hair waving lotion,’ hair color remover, box dyes, shampoo, rinses, and conditioner,” while the filing also made mention of perfumes and incense.
Looks like this line is shaping up to be bananas — B-A-N-A-N-A-S.