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Is Meghan Markle Working on a Makeup Line?

Will we soon be able to shop from Meghan Markle’s makeup line?

Meghan Markle makeup line

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As the Duchess of Sussex gears up to launch her lifestyle brand, American Riviera Orchard, her office is filing trademark applications that give us a sense of what direction the site might go in. And to no one’s surprise, makeup is one of the areas it’ll cover.

As celebrity after celebrity launches a beauty and/or skincare line, it seems the Duchess of Sussex wants in on the game. According to trademarks filed in March and February and reviewed by People, the company has listed under its “goods and services” items that include but are not limited to:

  • Fragrance and lavender sachets
  • Non-medicated skin-care preparations
  • Bath and shower gels and salts not for medical purposes
  • Nonmedicated hair preparations
  • Bath soap
  • Bar soap
  • Nonmedicated hand soaps
  • Body creams
  • Bath oil
  • Body lotions
  • Cosmetics
  • Body oil
  • Scented oils
  • Air fragrance reed diffusers
  • Room fragrances
  • Incense

The list goes on (we’ve included the rest at the bottom of this article).

So it’s a store much like Goop? To be clear, this doesn’t mean Meghan Markle is going to sell or make all of the items, just that her shop could. The trademark applications were filed by Mama Knows Best, an LLC based in either San Francisco, Beverly Hills, or Delaware.

Given that Markle is a stylish individual, many have high hopes from the future of American Riviera Orchard, and the potential of being able to shop Meghan Markle’s makeup line.

Below, the remainder of items the Duchess may soon be dabbling in.

  • Lockets
  • Jewelry
  • Jewelry dishes
  • Ring holders
  • Wallpaper
  • Pillows
  • Furniture
  • Picture frames
  • Live flower arrangements
  • Seeds for planting
  • Household linen
  • Bedspreads
  • Bed blankets
  • Pillow cases
  • Bedsheets
  • Bed skirts
  • Throws
  • Bath linens
  • Interior decoration fabrics
  • Picnic blankets
  • Curtains
  • Kitchen towels
  • Kitchen linens
  • Woven fabrics
  • Knitted fabrics
  • Textile wall hangings
  • Felt and nonwoven textile fabrics
  • Beach towels and blankets
  • Leashes
  • Collars
  • Pet bowls
  • Feeding mats
  • Gardening shears
  • String lights
  • Printed greeting cards
  • Day planners
  • Paper decorations
  • Wrapping paper
  • Photo albums
  • Calligraphy pens
  • Candle holders
  • Nonelectric aromatic oil diffusers
  • Tea light essential oil diffusers
  • Electric aromatherapy oil diffusers
  • Incense burners
  • Plates for diffusing aromatic oil
  • Decorative crystal prisms
  • Exfoliating brushes
  • Basins in the nature of bowls
  • Cosmetic brushes
  • Bowls
  • Dishes
  • Beverage glassware
  • Teapots
  • Drinking cups and saucers
  • Carafes
  • Serving dishes
  • Pitchers
  • Jars for jams and jellies
  • Glass jars sold empty
  • Spoons for serving jams and fruit preserve
  • Pots
  • Roasting dishes
  • Pans
  • Nonelectric coffee makers
  • Nonelectric tea kettles
  • Cooking utensils
  • Cookie cutters
  • Vases
  • Soap dispensers
  • Soap dishes
  • Dishcloths
  • Baskets for gardening
  • Books
  • Tableware and tablescape goods
  • Servingware
  • Online e-books relating to cookbooks and recipe books
  • Honey butter
  • Dried fruits and vegetables
  • Coffee
  • Tea and seasonings
  • Ketchup
  • Mustard
  • Salad dressing
  • Relish
  • Cookies
  • Biscuits
  • Decanters
  • Dinnerware
  • Chargers [the kind that go under a plate, not for your phone]
  • Napkin rings
  • Table place card holders
  • Gift wrap or fabric
  • Jellies
  • Jams
  • Marmalades
  • Fruit preserves
  • Edible oils and fats
  • Vegetable-based spreads
  • Legume-based spreads
  • Nut-based spreads
  • Garlic-based spreads
  • Sesame-based spreads
  • Dairy-based spreads
  • Nut butters
  • Fruit butters
  • Meditation blankets
  • Yoga bolsters
  • Yoga straps
  • Yoga blankets
  • Meditation cushions

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