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Blue Ivy Carter could soon be launching her own beauty line

If she wants to

By Lydia Chan | Published: 7 Feb 2017

Blue Ivy in beauty?
Photo: Beyoncé

Besides having Beyoncé and Jay-Z as parents, Blue Ivy Carter is giving you yet another reason to be jealous of her. The 5-year-old could be well on her way to starting her own brand.

An application under BGK Trademark Holdings (BGK for Beyoncé Giselle Knowles) was sent to the United States Patent and Trademark Office to trademark the name Blue Ivy Carter. As of right now, the trademark includes rights to fragrances, cosmetics, skin care products and more all under the Blue Ivy Carter name. There is also mention of baby products like strollers, teething rings and baby blankets – perhaps for her future twin siblings to collaborate on? Talk about starting from a young age.

The very thought of a Blue Ivy makeup brand has us intrigued. Imagine Queen Bey making that official announcement on Instagram – another photo shoot maybe?

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