Do You Want To Smell Like Meghan Markle Or Marilyn Monroe? Well, Now You Have A Chance

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As Coco Chanel said: “A woman who doesn’t wear perfume has no future. A trail of a well-chosen perfume always compliments a lady’s style. It usually plays one of the key roles in her persona.”

Nexter.org prepared you a list of the favorite celebrity perfumes.

Madonna – Hypnotic Poison

Source: Marie Claire

One of the most favorite perfumes of Madonna is Hypnotic Poison by Dior.  The perfume’s heart is lily of the valley, tuberose, rose, jasmine, sandalwood, mucus, and vanilla. It also has coconut, apricot, and plum tinges.

Hypnotic Poison was created in 1998 and the newest version was produced in 2014. You can easily buy this perfume in any perfume shop.

Cameron Diaz – Happy

Source: Elle/Fragrantica

Cameron is a very positive and cheerful person and it is not surprising that her favorite perfume is called Happy. The heart of the perfume contains lily of the valley, rose, orchid, and freesia scents with the fruit-and-flower aroma.

First produced in 1997 it is considered to be one of the most successful perfumes by Clinique. And you can easily buy it in any perfume shop.

Nicole Kidman – Angel

Source: wday

The favorite perfume of Nicole is called Angel by Thierry Mugler. It has a sweet composition that consists of caramel, tropical fruits, vanilla, bergamot, tropical fruits, and patchouli notes.

It was first produced in 1992 and you can go out now and easily buy it.

Meghan Markle – Wild Bluebell and Wood Sage & Sea Salt

Source: Meghan Maven/The Sun

Meghan loves perfumes, especially British ones. She has two favorites – Wild Bluebell and Wood Sage & Sea Salt by Jo Malone. The first one is a flowery aroma and the second one is woody aquatic. Both natural and very fresh.

So, if you want to smell like the Duchess of Sussex, you can go and buy any of these right now.

Kate Middleton – White Gardenia Petals

Source: wday

The favorite brand of the Duchess of Cambridge is Illuminum. It’s a British elite perfumery brand which was established in 2007. Catherine wore this perfume on her wedding day. It has notes of ilang-ilang, lily, bergamot, and jasmine in the heart.

You can easily buy this fragrance but since it is from the category of elite perfume it can only be bought in niche perfume shops.

Audrey Hepburn – L’Interdit

Source: Scoopnest

In 1957 this perfume was specifically made for Audrey as she was the muse of the head of the Givenchy fashion house – Hubert de Givenchy. Hepburn asked not to make L’Interdit publicly available that is why it is called L’Interdit, which means “forbidden” in French. Although, women in 1960s still could buy it and we also have a chance to smell like the legendary Audrey Hepburn.

The fragrance consists of peach, spices, citrus fruits, and strawberry notes; and violet, narcissus, iris, ilang-ilang, rose and lily of the valley in its heart.

Marilyn Monroe – Chanel № 5

Source: MakeUp

When Marilyn Monroe was asked what she wore in bed, she replied with the iconic phrase “Why, Chanel № 5, of course.” This scent was often associated with her name. So, if you would like to smell like Marilyn Monroe you can buy Chanel № 5 whenever you want.

Princess Diana – Quelques Fleurs and 24 Faubourg

Source: Hello Magazine/fragrancesandcosmetics

It was created by Houbigant Paris and first produced in 1913. The fragrance has tuberous, citrus fruits, lilac, jasmine, and carnation notes.

During the last few years of her life, the princess loved to use 24 Faubourg by Hermès. Both perfumes are still being produced, you can find and buy it in any perfume store.

Have you ever tried any of these scents?


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