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Harry Styles is launching a unisex cosmetics and perfume brand called ‘Pleasing’

Posted: 15 November 2021 12:13 pm
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Collage of Harry Styles, nail polish and other products from the Pleasing collection

The first 'Pleasing' collection is dropping 29 November and God help my wallet.

UPDATE: 15 NOVEMBER 2021

It is official: Harry Styles is launching a fragrance and cosmetic collection called 'Pleasing' this month. The rumour mill has been spinning since May, but has since been confirmed by social media accounts, billboards and a website that've popped up in the last 24 hours. The collection drops on 29 November but fans have already completely sold out the first round of pre-orders.

You can't currently access the website, but fans are circulating screenshots like wildfire. The heart throb is known for rocking nail polish, so it only makes sense that his first collection would feature a range of polishes. The 'Perfect Polish Set' features four shades 'Perfect Pearl', 'Pearly Tops', 'Inky Pearl' and 'Granny's Pink Pearls'.

Collage of products from Harry Styles' 'Pleasing' cosmetic and nail polish collection.

The launch day lineup also includes a Pearlescent Illumating Serum, which can be used solo or as a makeup primer. Then there's the Pleasing Pen, which is a cooling steel roller for the lips and under-eyes. It features an eye gel that's infused with natural ligonberry, okra and hyaluronic salt on one side and a demi-matte lip treatment on the other.

The Pleasing collection will be available worldwide and range between $20 and $65 USD. Make sure to set a calendar reminder because if the pre-sale is anything to go by, this collection is bound to sell like hot cakes.

You can sign up to the newsletter via the Pleasing website and follow the Instagram account to stay on top of all of the juicy updates.


ORIGINAL ARTICLE PUBLISHED 2 JUNE 2021.

It looks like rockstar, fashion icon and living angel Harry Styles will add makeup mogul to his long list of achievements. The Internet is currently spilling the tea on Styles launching a unisex cosmetics and perfume range.

That's because Styles reportedly filed a new trademark for a "perfume and cosmetics" business called "Pleased As Holdings Limited" on 25 May 2021.

Doing what it does best, Twitter also dug up further documentation from the UK's Company Directory that lists Emma Spring (Styles' personal assistant) as the co-director alongside Harry.

The trademark listing is specified as "wholesale of perfume and cosmetics", which means we could expect anything from makeup and fragrances to skincare and nail polish.

That's all of the information that we have so far. But you best believe we're already willing to shell out our life savings to get our hands on this collection, whatever it may be.

While this career move may seem a little random, Styles has been the face of many Gucci perfume campaigns. Plus, almost every celebrity under the sun is launching their own beauty line these days.

We'll be keeping our ears and eyes out for more info as it drops, so make sure to follow Finder Style on Instagram for all the juicy deets.

And if you can't get enough of Mr Styles (girl, same), check out our round-up of fashion trends inspired by the rockstar to get his look for less.

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