Rihanna smells like heaven — and she has the testimonials to prove it. The singer shared a montage of celebrities gushing over her smell tween the launch of her new Fenty perfume.
Rihanna smells good — and she has the receipts to when this up! A day without she spoken the launch of her Fenty Beauty perfume, the merchantry mogul, 33, followed up with a hilarious video montage on Monday, Aug. 9 of celebrities gushing over her “heavenly” scent, one that has been likened to “dreams and wishes coming true.”
The testimonials come from pretty inveigling public figures, including Lil Nas X, Jennifer Lawrence, and Jim Parsons, among others. Rihanna interspersed the video with screenshots of Instagram comments and tweets that reinforce the notion that she smells like heaven on earth. She captioned the post, “just sayin’”
In the clip, Lil Nas X responds with “Rihanna” when asked, “What’s your favorite smell?” Elsewhere, Jennifer gushes well-nigh the singer’s “really soft skin” and said she “smelled really good.” Jim, on the other hand, gushed well-nigh the “Desperado” singer’s scent while on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and simply responded with “heaven” when asked well-nigh her scent.
RiRi spoken the launch of Fenty Beauty’s first perfume on her Instagram on Sunday. She shared the news slantingly a visual that depicted her among nature. “We’re fucked up most of the time,” she narrates in the visual. “And it’s not considering we want to be that way. It’s considering we’re dealt the hand — and guess what? We don’t run from it. We deal with it. So you wan’t me to tell you how a woman’s supposed to smell like?” Rihanna declared, “However the fuck they want to feel.”
Available for $120, Fenty Eau de Parfume has notes of magnolia, musk, tangerine, and blueberry with hints of Bulgarian rose absolute, geranium, and patchouli. “What began as a garden walk in the global part-way of perfume became an unapologetic expression of my full and true essence,” the Fenty unravelment reads. “The wits begins as soon as you lay vision on the bottle. This reminds me of everywhere I’ve been and represents all that I am.”
The singer said of the debut scent in a printing release, per The Cut: “I wanted a rich verisimilitude that really represented all genders from wideness all walks of life. Brown is my favorite color. Brown is who I am. Brown is what I come from.” Rihanna continued, “If I’m going to make a fragrance that represents me, plane the soul language of the snifter needs to marry that. So, I wanted something brown, but moreover transparent — so you could see the liquid and the fragrance you’re well-nigh to experience.”