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Sunday 29 May 2016

Kelly Brook chats perfume

Published 08/06/2014

Kelly Brook
Kelly Brook

Kelly Brook's fragrance reminds her of her teenage self.

The British model-and-actress is famed for her stunning curves and has made her mark on the beauty industry with fragrance Audition.

She revealed what she looks for when creating a scent.

"I like a perfume that evokes memories," she explained to the UK's Scents magazine.

"The vanilla and musk in Audition remind me of my teenage years, when I'd wear a white musk fragrance. Although Audition is very different, it has elements of that fragrance, so it reminds me of a younger me, which I think is nice."

Kelly, 34, added that the bottle's design was inspired by art deco glassware she has at home and that she thinks the black, pink and rose gold colour scheme makes it look expensive.

The brunette star likes to show off her great figure on the beach and also has her own line of lingerie and swimwear for British high street store New Look.

She doesn't fear ageing and continues to feel proud of her appearance.

"It's about adapting and embracing the ageing process," she recently advised. "There's stuff you can do about it - I eat well and get regular facials. I've been having lots of mesotherapy, which is collagen and vitamins for your skin. Getting older, I'm bigger than I was in my 20s - although actually that helps your face because it pads it out a bit so you don't look so skinny and drawn."

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