Grande also sells a variety of items on her website with "Thank U, Next" branding, including hats, socks, sweatshirts and more.
The Grammy victor wants to come up with a beauty line based on the hit single and subsequent album, which dropped in February, reported The Hollywood Reporter.
The application, filed on April 2, states that Grande hopes to use the phrase for a line of products such as perfume, cologne, body lotions, shower gels, body scrubs, body powders, and mists.
Wells Fargo&Co Earnings, Revenue beat in Q1
The ART is a specific type of indicator, which is capable of weighing up stock volatility in the financial markets effectively. The company's average trading volume now stands at 30.18M shares, which means that the short-interest ratio is just 2.24 days.
Redmi Y3 Could Most Likely Feature a 32MP Selfie Camera
Recently, the Redmi Y3 was also spotted on Wi-Fi Alliance portal running Android Pie-based MIUI 10. This hints that the company has already started working on a smartphone with 32 MP selfie snapper.
Ariana Grande shares brain scan showing PTSD impact from Manchester Arena bombing
It looks like the singer wants to use her voice to bring awareness towards mental health problems such as depression and PTSD. The image compared a healthy brain , a brain with PTSD and her brain.
While the document obtained lists potential products, the Ariana Army and Mocha Grande stans await official announcement and release dates.
Ariana already has five perfumes to her name and released her latest scent, Cloud, in September (18). As for whether she'll be making her own body and bath products, watch this space.
But Ariana has extended her trademark application and it isn't just limited to fragrances. Grande will be in Indio, California, this weekend to perform at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival as one of the headliners on Sunday.