Update: We have a launch date! Ariana Grande's perfume inspired by her hit song "Thank U, Next" is being launched at Ulta Beauty on August 18th and in Ulta stores nationwide September 1. Grande gave fans a first look at the bottle on Instagram in August. It's a pink bottle enclosed in a broken and shattered heart—fitting for the song it was inspired by. The scent is described as "a creation that disrupts the gourmand space by layering beautiful florals and a textured musk for a more transparent, but still addictive signature to the fragrance," in the press release. The notes are:
Top: White Pear, Wild Raspberry
Heart: Crème De Coconut, Pink Rose PetalsDry
Down: Macaroon Sugar, Velvet Musk
“I wanted to make a fragrance that smells related to my first fragrance Ari but more summery, so I revisited Ari’s fruity pear and raspberry notes and changed it up by adding some coconut,"Grande says in the release. "I was inspired to design a bottle that represented the message of my song “thank u next”—the emergence of the perfume from the broken heart represents moving forward from a challenging chapter.”
THANK U, NEXT will be available online at Ulta.com August 18, 2019 and in Ulta Beauty stores nationwide September 1, 2019, ranging from $42 to $62 depending on the size.
Original: Ariana Grande's mega-hit "Thank U, Next" has been stuck in our head for months, and now it's going to be a perfume you'll want to wear every day. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office reported that the singer filed a trademark on April 2 for a line of beauty products and fragrances carrying the name "Thank U, Next." While we're not sure if she'll be releasing a whole line of beauty products just yet, this wouldn't be Grande's first adventure into the world of fragrance.
The trademark covers everything from body lotions, bath gels, body scrubs and body mists as well as fragrances—the latter of which Grande has been launching since 2015. Her debut scent called Ari has sold over $150 million dollars in perfume. Since then she's released five others, including her latest scent Cloud which was estimated to bring in $50 million in the first year. She's also dabbled in makeup with not one but two Viva Glam collections with MAC Cosmetics featuring lipsticks and lip glosses.
The singer has also released limited edition "Thank U, Next" merch on her website including socks and tee shirts.
The "Thank U, Next" music video, inspired my famous rom-coms like Legally Blonde, Mean Girls, 13 Going on 30, and Bring It On, was released four months ago and has already racked up 352 million views on Youtube. Grande has dropped even more music since then, including 7 Rings and Monopoly, and is currently on her Sweetener world tour.
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