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Ariana: My perfume makes me smile

Published 24/07/2015

Ariana Grande
Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande loves that her debut scent has a pom pom attached to the bottle.

The 22-year-old singer has teamed up with Luxe Brands to release her very first scent, called ARI by Ariana Grande.

The fragrance, which consists of floral notes, musks and marshmallow, comes in a stunning pink bottle – complete with a pom pom.

And Ariana revealed she is thrilled with the finished product, because it makes her happy each time she spritzes herself.

“I’m so excited for all my fans to see the ARI bottle — I worked closely with the team and the designer to create a bottle that represents everything I love,” Ariana said in a statement, according to People magazine. “It’s beautiful, feminine and flirty all at the same time. The pom-pom is just an added wink that makes me smile every time I use the fragrance.”

Ariana also shared details of her upcoming fragrance launch with fans on Instagram.

She uploaded several short clips onto the social network to tease her most dedicated fans ahead of the September release.

“So excited to finally share the bottle design for my fragrance with you babbbbbes (sic),” she wrote alongside the video. “I’m so in love with this and absolutely cannot wait to share it with you.

“ARI will be in stores in September, so in the meannnnntime, check out a fun behind the scenes video from the print shoot, inspired by some of my favorite old movies. #beyou p.s. that wipe out at the end was totally not staged in any way shape or form.”

Ariana is not the first celebrity to have created her fragrance with Luxe Brands.

Britney Spears, Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber have all worked with the company to create their own custom scents.

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