Perfume is a commodity that most people cannot leave their homes without. Fragrances make people smell more pleasant and refreshing. If it smells good, it is automatically considered hygienic and attractive. If you notice that most people have a different type of smell and prefer the type of perfume they buy.
Celebrities also prefer the type of perfume they wear. However, a trend that people have noticed for some time is that instead of sticking to a favorite scent, they create their own signature scent. What used to be known as incense based scents, hence the word smoke or also known as through smoke, perfumes are now named after celebrities.
If you’ve only noticed those perfumes that pop up, you are already a decade late. The first celebrity name to hit the stands and had a massive breakthrough was Elizabeth Taylor’s White Diamonds. The move meant what would soon be an endorsement and profitable investment for both celebrities and perfumers.
Previously, celebrities would only endorse perfumes to make them more established and recognizable. Now, however, celebrities are working with professionals to create their signature scent, which may carry their name. After Elizabeth Taylor’s successful bid in the industry, many celebrities like Cher and Michael Jackson followed suit.
This article will dwell on the emerging fragrances and celebrities associated with them. In this article, you’ll also learn about their scents and which one may be right for you. You never know, there might be a celebrity who shares your same preferences.
First of all there are the female celebrities and their fragrances. Jennifer Lopez is among the stars who entered the perfumery industry recently. I followed the success of Lady Elizabeth Taylor. Her scent was Glow by J.Lo that paved the way for all the other fragrances launched under her name. After Glow, Jennifer Lopez launched other established fragrances such as Miami Glow, Love at First Glow, Live and Live Luxe, and Glow After Dark. Aside from Jennifer Lopez, Celine Dion has also shared the success of the perfumery industry. Shania Twain, Naomi Campbell, and many others have entered the perfume business.
Celebrities who recently joined perfumery include Britney Spears, Donald Trump, Beyonce Knowles, Jessica Simpson and Paris Hilton. Britney Spears, the pop princess who suddenly lost audiences to her unexpected accidents, has risen to the top again with her clean comeback. Besides her comeback, fans still support her. This was a great start for the star to regain the glory of his name and what better way to do that than creating a perfume? Curious has a scent of magnolia flowers mixed with a hint of jasmine.
Although Donald Trump is already a commercial mogul, he is made famous due to his prestigious TV show, The Apprentice, and his active participation in World Wrestling Entertainment. Much like the Donald Trump perfume that bears his name, it has a spicy and spicy scent that is perfectly suited to the male gender.
Beyonce Knowles, Jessica Simpson, and Paris Hilton have also been famous recently with a perfume fever. Beyoncé launched a fragrance called True Star, which has a clean, fresh floral scent that works well for little girls on the go like her. Jessica Simpson’s Taste perfume has a scent of white chocolate and coconut cream that reflects her taste in food and her love for these elements. Paris Hilton and her eponymous perfume have a frozen apple mixed with Mimosa Blossoms speaks very clearly about a girl who always wants to be in the spotlight.
Fragrances are not just for women, as I’ve seen with Donald Trump. There are also many male celebrities who have chosen to have an exclusive fragrance. These Hollywood guys include Antonio Banderas, Carlos Santana, David Beckham, Enrique Iglesias, Marilyn Manson and Michael Jordan. If vintage perfumes are your style, there are also fragrances that exist alongside the stars that would prove their existence in the early years. Among these stars are Elizabeth Taylor, Cher and Marilyn Monroe.
Not only do celebrities see perfumery as a way to make money, but the industry itself sees celebrities as a blessing in the making for a campaign in decline. The fragrance had a lifespan of six or seven years because people’s interest remained completely loyal to one brand in