Harry Styles files a trademark for his own fragrance and cosmetic line

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Harry Styles ‘enters the beauty industry’ while filing a trademark for his own fragrance and cosmetics line

He was estimated to be worth £ 63 million by The Sunday Times in May 2020.

And Harry Styles is showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon amid speculation that he might be entering the beauty industry.

US weekly obtained documents showing that the singer-turned-actor filed paperwork to start the “wholesale of perfume and cosmetics”.

New project? Harry Styles is showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon amid speculation that he might be entering the beauty industry

Reports have it that the singer and actor, who is currently working on the set of his new movie My Policeman, is listed as a ‘Director’ alongside Emma Spring, who has worked as an executive assistant with the singer for years.

The application is listed under ‘Styles Harry Edward’ and explains the ‘nature of the business’ as ‘wholesaler of perfumes and cosmetics’.

The company is called ‘PLEASED AS HOLDINGS LIMITED.’

Fan is delighted to hear that Harry can release everything from a variety of makeup products to fragrances.

Busy Bee: The singer and actor, who is currently working on the set of his new movie My Policeman, is listed as a 'Director' alongside Emma Spring, who has worked with the singer as an executive assistant for years.

Busy Bee: The singer and actor, who is currently working on the set of his new movie My Policeman, is listed as a ‘Director’ alongside Emma Spring, who has worked with the singer as an executive assistant for years.

While Styles has no previous experience in the beauty industry, he has certainly established himself as quite a style icon.

MailOnline has contacted Harry’s representative for comment.

It was recently revealed that the singers Erskine Records Ltd are reportedly worth £ 28.79 million, while the value was previously £ 14.9 million in 2019.

According to The sunErskine Records Ltd is worth £ 28.79 million in books submitted to Companies House on Wednesday for the 12 months to March 2020, with £ 14.6 million invested in investment.

The publication also claims that Harry’s ‘touring outfit made a loss of £ 1.8 million’ due to live shows being postponed or canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The singer was forced to postpone all of his 2020 Love On Tour shows ‘until further notice’, with Harry delaying his UK and Europe dates in early 2021.

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