Who doesn’t get happy when they spritz themselves with their favorite scent? Everyone loves perfumes and most of us have a signature scent, even though we don’t wear it every single day. Celebrities also love fresh and contemporary scents. However, they are way more expensive than ours.
We have compiled a list of 30 perfumes that our favorite celebrities chose to wear in everyday life. From Victoria Beckham and Beyoncé to the gorgeous Kylie Jenner – this list won’t disappoint you.
Scroll on and enjoy peeps. Keep these choices in your mind while choosing a perfume for yourself.
Victoria Beckham recently shared her adoration for the fragrance Room Service by niche perfumers Vilhelm Parfumerie, calling it "super chic!" on Instagram. The fragrance was created to capture the glamour of Hollywood in a bottle,
The reality show star decided to mix business with pleasure and created a perfume she’d like to wear herself and managed to make some money out of the idea as well. Kim Kardashian has been producing her own perfume line for women for several years. Among all the fragrances, she has 3 favorites: the recently released perfumes in heart-shaped multi-colored bottles called Wifey, Baddi, and Baby Girl.
The former supermodel doesn’t stint when it comes to choosing a perfume and orders it from a celebrity perfumer Azzi Glasser. The estimated cost of the original composition is 15,000 GBR. Azzi Glasser says that she creates unique aromas that reveal the soul and the character of people. Among her regular clients are such celebrities as Orlando Bloom, Johnny Depp, Jude Law, Helena Bonham Carter, and Kate Moss.
Probably the most masculine scent ever created, Illuminum’s wild tobacco brings to mind the age-old gentleman’s clubs of London’s Pall Mall. Big bold notes dominate with clove, cedar, tobacco and castoreum (a synthetic, leathery note which imitates one originally derived from beavers) working to create a scent which should be applied sparingly.
Stands to reason that having starred in his first film, Colin Firth also wears Tom Ford’s stand out masculine scent, Grey Vetiver. Elegant, edgy and spectacularly dry (the art deco bottle isn’t half bad either) what the fragrance lacks in complexity it makes up for in balance and quality. Vetiver dominates, with citrus notes close behind
Uber-photographer Mario Testino’s fragrance of choice is contemporary classic Terre d’Hermes. Wear this and you too will smell like a synthesis of sunny orange and lemon oils, spicy pepper and deep, woody patchouli, cedar and vetiver. Both grown up and playful all at once, we could say it’s a bit like Testino himself – but that would be cheesy.
Powerful and carnal, Halston Man is Savile Row super tailor Richard James’ fragrance of choice. Punchy with resonant notes of passion fruit and Artemisia, and sweetly spicy thanks to a hefty injection of cardamom, the fragrance dries down to a deep, grown up base of labadanum and musk.
Big, bold and unusual, Creed’s Aventus is the kind of scent you wear if you want to make a statement. Unsurprising then that this is Mr Beckham’s fragrance of choice – he’s not the kind of bloke you’d expect to be rocking something he found in the duty free. Masculine notes of patchouli and cedar come combined with fruity pineapple, blackcurrant and red apple.
A refined choice, Clooney wears Mediterraneo Carthusia, a unique scent inspired by the sun-drenched coasts of Southern Europe. Bringing together ingredients from across the region, notes of white musk rub alongside jasmine, lemon and Sicilian mandarin.
Created by perfumer Francis Kurkdjian (who now runs his own premium fragrance house) for Dior Homme in 2007, this classic scent is woody, musky and faintly floral, with notes of Iris, bergamot, lavender and neroli dominating.
The citrusy top notes and the woody base notes will remind you of a fresh spring day. Just four years in the market and it's already a classic - thanks to Hugh Jackman's ratification.
We know, we know, Justin Timberlake is the face of Givenchy’s Play, but that doesn’t mean he really uses it, right? According to the superstar singer and actor, he actually does.
The fragrance, which created by perfumers Emilie Coppermann and Lucas Sieuzac, was launched in 2008. It’s a strong, masculine scent that’s super versatile – it’s great for both daytime and evening use.
Mr Smith has a thing for wedding dress designer Vera Wang’s men’s cologne. Fresh, light and easy wearing, the scent is a synergy of Yuzu, mandarin leaf, sandalwood and tobacco.
Jay Z rocks Millésime Impérial by Creed, a fresh, classy, unisex fragrance that’s reminiscent of tropical fruit and sea breeze.
It opens with top notes of fruit and sea salt, which then give way to lemon, bergamot, iris, and mandarin orange. Its base notes include musk, woody, and marine notes, which gives it a classic finish, while still retaining the beachy vibes.
Leaning towards the sunnier side of scents — BOSS is not your typical fragrance. It couples earthy tones of cedar and sandalwood with lighter notes of citrus for a cologne that embodies an ocean breeze on a summer day.