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Little Mix celebrate first scent

Published 17/06/2015

Little Mix
Little Mix

Little Mix have reached a milestone with their debut perfume.

The girlband, made up of Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jesy Nelson and Jade Thirlwall, are gearing up for the launch of their first fragrance, Gold Magic.

It's a dream come true for the girls and has been top of their wish list since they won The X Factor in 2011.

"We're so excited about it. It's like one of our milestones," Jade gushed to Cover Media. "When we first got put together on the X Factor, we had a little list of what we wanted to achieve as a girlband, like we want dolls, we want a perfume... four years later, it's finally happened."

"I think it's just one of those things really. Obviously when we came off the show we just rattled off loads of things we wanted but didn't actually think it would happen. So doing a perfume, it's a very big pinch-me moment," added Perrie.

The scent comprises both fruity and muskier notes, with each singer feeling represented by the smell.

"What we like is when you spray it on, you get the fruity tones, the fresh smell of it, and then as it starts to wear off a bit, you start to get the sexy, sensual side," Jesy explained.

Little Mix, who also have a make-up range with Collection, are hopeful their fans will like the scent as much as they do.

"We love the smell. It's something for everyone. It's going to cater to a lot of people, which we love. Not just our younger fans, but our older fans as well," Leigh-Anne smiled.

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