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Thursday 18 December 2014

Kelly Rowland talks perfect perfume

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Kelly Rowland

Kelly Rowland and Tim Witherspoon out and about, New York, America - 26 Mar 2014
Kelly Rowland

Kelly Rowland chooses her perfume according to whether it "agrees" with the rest of her beauty regime.

The 33-year-old singer recently became the celebrity Fabulista of beauty brand Caress. She will appear in upcoming campaigns to promote its products.

When asked about what she would want her own perfume to smell like if she was to create one, Kelly explained how she picks her smells.

"My own fragrance, what kind of scent would I use? One would actually be gardenia... I love gardenias, I love a nice floral scent... I think that it should match your personality but I also think that whatever you're drawn to, you should try. If it doesn't work try something new," she explained to Perez Hilton.

"That's what I did when I wanted to find my scent. And I finally found a perfume that worked with everything that I like to layer myself with, from my body wash to my lotions - everything. It all has to agree."

Kelly also spoke about what drew her to the role with the company. She hopes females will learn from her tips on all aspects of life and shared some advice on how to jazz things up.

"I've teamed up with Caress as a Fabulista to inspire women to enjoy everyday experiences in a fresh new way, whether that be through fashion, through make-up. For me recently it was through a workout, I actually got a chance to do a new workout with my trainer Jeanette Jenkins. We had a ball in the gym recently just trying out different workouts... it can be anything!" she smiled.

"You're just in time for spring so why not through a little colour into your outfit? Or a pop of a nice pink pout... anything, changing it up, making it fresh."

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