The 5 Most Popular Fragrances Of 2015
The world of fragrances is like the movie industry. They both need a leading role for their productions, they both use an attractive title commanding attention, and although there is an extensive annual production of films and perfumes, only a handful achieve the top spots.
Today we share 5 of the most popular fragrances of 2015, did you purchase any of them?
Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue ($75)
It is a fresh fragrance with citrus notes. Did you know that 1 bottle is sold every 3 minutes around the world? That is amazing.
Tom Ford Noir Pour Femme ($115)
Amber, vanilla, rose and jasmine on a base of sandalwood. It is not light, but is for sure unforgettable!
Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb ($115)
Its price may not be the most affordable in the market, but its combination of patchouli, jasmine and orange flower is sooo sexy, that it has prevailed as “the bomb” for over a decade.
Victoria's Secret Love Spell ($30)
Cherry blossom and red apple mixed with lilies of the valley plus a touch of tamarind. If you read the list of ingredients aloud, you’ll feel like you are reading a dessert recipe. And think about it, this might be the secret of its success!
Victoria's Secret Heavenly ($52)
Mandarin, cardamom, white peony, freesia, baptized with notes of white musk and violet. And if it were not enough, orchid stalks. These elements have made this perfume a best seller in the USA since 1999. Still as heavenly as then!
Did we miss one that you think should be on this list?