Vanity Fare: Treat yourself to a pick-me-up with these tantalising fragrances


Carolina Herrera’s Good Girl Blush EDP is a bold explosion of contrasts. Photo: Carolina Herrera

The right fragrance can really help uplift your mood. Whether you're looking for something floral or sensual, there's a whole range of scents to pick from.

Take a look at the latest offerings in the market.

Feminine touch

Carolina Herrera’s Good Girl Blush EDP is a bold explosion of contrasts that form a unique powdery expression of floral femininity.

It is a fragrant expression of a woman’s ability to be sensual and strong, instinctive and intelligent, romantic and empowered.

Featuring Italian bergamot and mandarin as well as almond oil as its top notes, it also has middle notes of ylang ylang and upcycled rose oil, and base notes of vanilla and tonka bean.

Ylang ylang exudes a sweet, exotic and floral aroma that envelope its wearer with calming sensuality, while vanilla emanates a warm and comforting aroma that creates an inviting atmosphere.

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An uplifting fragrance

A scent inspired by and created with His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, Penhaligon’s Highgrove Bouquet EDP is a tribute to the magnificently fragrant summers at Highgrove Gardens, the home of HRH and Camilla.

With top notes of geranium, lavender and hyacinth, the fragrance is complemented with middle notes of weeping lime headspace, French mimosa and tuberose, with base notes of cedarwood, orris fusion and musks.

A fragrance that is as uplifting as it is sun-filled and radiant, this floral woody, gender-neutral fragrance features hyacinth in its top notes, a scent often associated with happiness and positive emotions.

Known to uplift the mood and re-energise its surroundings, hyacinth promotes a sense of calm, renewal and vitality, making Highgrove Bouquet the perfect pick-me-up.

Express yourself

Paco Rabanne’s Lady Million Royal EDP was designed to capture the essence of challenging femininity, to live daringly, to embody the idea of a woman who rules freely and expresses herself without constraints.

Its top notes are pomegranate and mandarin while the middle notes are made up of orange blossom, jasmine and tuberose. Its base notes are cashmeran, patchouli and musk.

The eau de parfum’s top notes of pomegranate are fruity and slightly tart, emanating an aroma that is known to help stimulate creativity and inspire a sense of enthusiasm.

These are complemented by mandarin, which has energising properties, and jasmine, known to have an uplifting effect.

Alluring charm

Jean Paul Gaultier’s Scandal Le Parfum for Her is a fragrance that promises to ignite your senses and leave you spellbound.

Radiant jasmine in its middle notes, its top notes of salted caramel caress the sweetness of sensual black vanilla at its base.

The fragrance’s curved bottle in red is a symbol of passion, exuding the allure of an incandescent flame, while its gold cap, adorned with the iconic pair of legs, adds an air of sophistication and playfulness.

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Spritz of freshness

Bath & Body Works’ Gingham olfactory floorset includes new fragrances that live in unique olfactory spaces.

The Gingham Fresh scent is made up of juicy pear, sparkling clementine and fresh daisies, giving off bright and cheerful vibes.

It scents your skin with a light-as-air-mist that’s super layerable and designed for great coverage.

Made without parabens, it is dermatologist tested with the bottle made of 50% recycled plastic.

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