Halle Berry’s Latest

Halle Berry has a new scent, and the copy on it, like on most celebrity scents says that from a young age, she always wanted to create her own perfume and would mix different perfumes together to create something completely original, so she came out with her own perfume in 2009.

The funny thing about Berry’s scent is that it’s not really all that original.  You don’t smell it and think well, this is new.  You think, this reminds me of…

Regardless, the scent is nice.  It’s an oriental with a real citrusy note to it.  Because of that, it’s easy to wear and really reminds me of a trip to Hawaii – there’s warmth and freshness in it that meld very nicely together.

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4 Responses to Halle Berry’s Latest

  1. Joanne says:

    Hi from a fellow Canadian.

    Regarding Halle’s fragrance I’ve really noticed an increase in celebrities promoting their own fragrances and cosmetic companies. This one sounds really nice and anything that is a reminder of Hawaii has got to be good!

  2. Juliana says:

    Halle Berry introduced me to Mixed Chicks products for hair. Saw her in People talking about it. And that has been wonderful. Now I will be buying her scent. If you saw my curls, you know she has good taste in hair products, so she has to have good taste in smells. The woman can do no wrong in my book. Thank you for your grace Halle Berry.

  3. This trend is getting increasingly popular now days that the celebrities are getting perfumes created on their own choice and signature it as well. So why Halle Berry would lag behind. 🙂

  4. Henna says:

    I’m not against her coming up with her own fragrance… it’s just the whole “I’ve always wanted to this, I’ve always been into perfume” bit that kind of rings false. And this is coming from someone who’s seen a lot of perfume marketing.

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