Five Female Celebrity Perfume Models: Who’s The Best? Looking for female celebrity perfumes and fragrances? After writing about the top men’s perfumes endorsed by male celebrities, we decided to compile our blog posts about this topic to come up with this list of the Seven Female Celebrity Perfume Models. Here’s what we said about these perfume-wearing famous girls:
Naomi Campbell’s Dolce and Gabbana perfume. Supermodel Naomi Campbell may have been accused of husband-stealing but you gotta give her props for maintaining her looks. Okay, maybe her picture was photoshopped, we don’t know, but the Dolce & Gabbana management like her enough to give her what appears to be a perfume campaign. Good for you, Naomi. Maybe supermodels are not has-beens after all.
Gucci Guilty Perfume for Evan Rachel Wood. If you wear Gucci Guilty perfume you will not only smell like Evan Rachel Wood but a really hot guy will totally drop his knickers and romance you like there is no tomorrow.
We’re guessing that’s the message of these photos from Evan Rachel Wood’s advertising campaign for Gucci Guilty? So now we’re off to the store to get a bottle of this Gucci thingie to test if it’s effective in making a hot guy drop his knickers for us. If it doesn’t work, we’re gonna file a false advertising lawsuit against Gucci. Watch out Gucci people. Hehe.
Halle Berry’s Halle Perfume. Look who’s got herself a perfume? It’s Hollywood A-Lister Halle Berry. She just released her own brand of perfume named “Halle”.
So, who among you girls want to wear “Halle”. We’re guessing, practically everyone, eh?
Scarlett Johansson’s Dolce and Gabbana Perfume Ad. Scarlett goes saucy and naughty for her Dolce and Gabbana perfume advertisement. Now, when is she going to do a saucier and naughtier version?
Kate Moss Tip on Wearing Perfume. Wondering how you should wear perfume? Well, here’s a tip from Supermodel Kate Moss who not only gives good advice but also dishes on fellow Brit Katie Price as well.
Here’s Kate’s perfume tip via The Sun: “Don’t wear too much so that it leaves a trail behind you. Have you seen Katie Price’s programme? She wears too much. I’ve never actually smelt it, but she sprays herself for about ten minutes. I’m like, oh my God, what is she doing? I don’t think that’s a good look. It should be subtle enough that you can smell it, but not so that it’s overdone.”
What do you think? Do you agree with Kate? Should perfumes be subtle and not overdone?
So who of these female celebrity perfume endorsers is the best?
Five Female Celebrity Perfume Models: Who’s The Best? First posted 17 April 2011. Last updated: November 27, 2019 at 9:50 am.