The Ariana Grande makeup line is dropping a phase 2

R.E.M chapter 2 of the Ariana Grande makeup line is coming to invade beauty bags everywhere

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R.E.M. Beauty, the Ariana Grande makeup line, is dropping chapter 2. After weeks of teasing us, the pop star's brand has finally confirmed that we'll be getting a whole host of new sci-fi-inspired products on Monday, March 21.

Grande—songstress, The Voice host, impending Glinda the Good Witch and queen of the cat eye—has had a fabulous year, and her segue into the beauty biz was just another triumph on an already-impressive resumé. 

"Chapter 1: ultraviolet", which debuted back in November, included 11 eye, lip and face products. There will be four chapters in total, and the second one is finally here!

This time, R.E.M is launching three Midnight Eyeshadow palettes, each inspired by Ari's signature looks and featuring a mix of six mattes and shimmers. You can also expect to find five metallic gel eyeshadows, a clear eyeshadow gloss, two styles of lashes, a blurring under-eye balm, a lash- and brow-boosting serum, 10 cheek and lip sticks, and a calming face mist. 

Yep, that's eight brand-new products to play with! 

Announcing the second batch of products on the brand's official website, Ariana said: "It means so much to me to be able to create a product line for absolutely everybody and anybody who wants to wear it and feel incredible. 

She added: "Makeup is so personal and to have the opportunity to help people feel even more beautiful than they already are in their own skin, and also to just provide tools that support and encourage people in their creativity and self-expression is a gift that I'll never take for granted."

While we wait for the release of R.E.M. Beauty Chapter 2 in just a few days, here are all the products from Chapter 1 you can shop right now... 

Shop the Ariana Grande makeup line, R.E.M. Beauty:

R.E.M. Beauty, eyeshadow palette ($24)

R.E.M. Beauty, eyeshadow palette ($24)

Available in three shades—Baby Doll, Midnight Snack and Principessa—this eyeshadow palette offers six colors in a mixture of matte and shimmer finishes. 

R.E.M. Beauty, matte lipstick ($19)

R.E.M. Beauty, matte lipstick ($19)

The ultra-smooth matte formula is available in six finishes: Tiramisu, Drive-in Movie, Wine n Dine, Roller Skates and Bubbly.

R.E.M. Beauty, volumizing mascara ($15) 

R.E.M. Beauty, volumizing mascara ($15

A volumizing and nourishing clump-free formula that'll take your lashes to new lengths, literally. Available in Midnight Black. 

R.E.M. Beauty, highlighter topper ($22) 

R.E.M. Beauty, highlighter topper ($22

Using a silky, creamy powder formula, this highlighter can be applied to the cheeks, eyes and body. It's available in 10 shades.

The entire "Chapter 1: ultraviolet range," which features a sweet interstellar vibe that we are anxious to rock, includes the following products:

  • Midnight shadows eyeshadow palettes
  • Dream lashes
  • Flourishing volumizing mascara
  • Flourishing lengthening mascara
  • At the borderline eyeliner marker
  • Midnight shadows liquid eyeshadows
  • At the borderline kohl eyeliners
  • Ten interstellar highlighter toppers
  • On your collar matte lipsticks
  • Practically permanent lip stain markers
  • On your collar plumping lip glosses
  • Utmost importance plumping lip gloss

“R.E.M. Beauty inspires you to make every dream a reality, in both beauty and beyond,” Grande states in a press release. “Blending otherworldly ideas with real-world innovation, we exist to empower you to explore what creativity means to you.”

If you really want to show your support for the pop star, be sure to also check out the newly launched God is a Woman perfume, too! And don't forget to visit R.E.M. Beauty's website for more.

Danielle Valente
Digital News Writer

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