Category Archives: Fragrances
Celebrity perfumes. You see these things turning up all the time, but how do you know which ones to trust? After all, with such a large array of them out there and so many big names fighting to prove that theirs is the most desirable one out there, it’s a real task being able to work out which are worth your time and which are merely going off their name to sell the scent which you just would never have considered buying before. Here’s a stripped down guide to the ones which you should jump at and which you should try your hardest to avoid.
- Rihanna’s Reb’l Fleur. 2011 was Rihanna’s year. You could have said this every year since 2008, but it was definitely true of 2011 too. Other than her massive achievements in music and the many activities she’s been getting up to around her career, launching Reb’l Fleur is another major reason to get excited about what she’s up to.
- Kim Kardashian’s Love. Always one to make a song and dance about her every new venture, Kim K knew what she was doing when Love dropped and was met by a warm reception from the public. It’s not hard to see why this would be the case either: Love is a fragrance shrouded in secrecy, was limited to just 1,000 bottles and comes with an unforgettable bottle design. This one is really a good job all-round.
- Katy Perry’s Purr. if it was down to the matter one which one had the most desirable bottle, this one would win hands down. The stand out purple design is one which grabs attention on the shelf and its cat stape is one which will force thousands to buy into it, from those mere details alone. The fragrance, however, can’t be valued as highly as its container, which will come as a disappointment to her massive worldwide following.
- Taylor Swift’s Wonderstruck. Remaining as understated as ever, Taylor Swift putting out her Wonderstruck perfume might not have attracted the sort of hype that it was capable of, but that might just have a little something to do with what this scent is like. It’s far from a prime pick and best worth forgetting.