- Cardi B is working overtime and is getting ready to start her own makeup line called Bardi Beauty
- The rapper has already applied to have the rights to the trademark name and she's gearing up to start
- Cardi B doesn't only want to do makeup but she also plans on making products for hair and skincare as well
American rapper Cardi B is trying to start her own makeup line and she's already applied to secure the rights to the name Bardi Beauty. Not only does Cardi B want to create makeup, but she also wants to dabble in skincare, hair and cosmetic products.
Cardi B's company, Washpoppin Inc, has filed legal documents in an attempt to make this venture possible. The rapper is ready to dive into the fabulous life like other celebrities such as Rihanna, for example, who has Fenty Beauty.
Cardi B's signature is already on the documents and she's ready to go once it gets approved.
Fans thought the rapper would just focus on making music since that's what she's been emphasising lately, but she clearly wants to show people that she's an entrepreneur too.
The WAP hitmaker has already collaborated with a number of fashion brands to create some interesting clothes but she hasn't been offered one that's uniquely her own yet.
If all goes well, Cardi B's loyal fans will be rocking Bardi Beauty and looking just as amazing as their favourite rapper.
In other Cardi B news, Briefly News previously reported that Cardi B took her daughter Kulture on a lit shopping spree and spent R420k. Rapper Cardi B will do anything for her daughter Kulture and recently spoiled her baby girl with a shopping spree.
Cardi spent $29 000 (R423 000) on her daughter and she wasn't shy to break the bank. Cardi B described the shopping spree as a "little" bit of a spree, so when it comes to spending, this isn't the furthest she's willing to go for her Kulture.
The rapper bought expensive designer bags for her daughter and other expensive accessories.
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Source: Briefly News