Wardrobes and makeup hues change with the seasons, and by all means, your fragrances should too! There’s no better time than the warm-weather seasons to break out a whole new palette of fresh, fruity spring and summertime scents.
Some things work as impulse buys. Saw a neat nail polish shade you can’t wait to try? If it costs less than your lunch did today, chances are it can’t hurt to throw it in with the rest of your purchases. But this is one mode of being that doesn’t always work out for the best, especially for things like perfume and cologne.
Word has it that Fargginay just went where no other perfume designer has gone before – into the Sunday morning frypan, that is. Their new bacon cologne (pronoucned: ba-cone) is having all sorts of curious effects on noses and stomachs alike.
Many of us grew up with the notion that wearing deodorant was hardly an option – at least, if you desired a circle of friends. However, recent events would almost have you believe the opposite.
While Padma Lakshmi may be known for her culinary accomplishments and television gigs – she’s written several cookbooks and has hosted Bravo’s Top Chef since the series’ second season – she began her career as a model. So, it’s not surprising that many women across the country are interested in Lakshmi’s beauty secrets.
It seems that Gossip Girl’s appeal extends past its teenage girl demographic. According to People magazine, Leighton Meester, who stars as Upper East Sider Blair Waldorf on the hit CW television show, will be the face of Vera Wang’s newest fragrance.
It is often assumed that women will gravitate toward feminine fragrances, potions filled with sweet floral notes. However, when creating her new perfume, Kate Walsh drew inspiration from a surprising source – her boyfriend.
With a new season approaching, it’s not uncommon for women to put down their previously worn perfumes in favor of a fresh fragrance. And, now that autumn is almost here, ladies may be looking for a brand new scent.
While Andy Roddick is perhaps best known as an international tennis sensation, others may recognize him as the new face of Lacoste’s Challenge fragrance. However, people shouldn’t assume he indulges in a plethora of products just because he is promoting the sexy scent.
Most women have their own strategies for picking their signature scent – some ladies prefer warm vanilla-based fragrances, while others opt for clean floral sprays. But when summertime rolls around, gals may want to switch their perfume to coincide with the hot season.
On hot and humid days, even fragrances that are subtle and elegant in the wintertime can seem cloying or too strong. However, many women don’t feel dressed without a splash of scent.