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Wednesday 4 March 2015

Sofía Vergara wanted sensual scent

NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 22:  Sofia Vergara attends the "Chef" Premiere during the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival at BMCC Tribeca PAC on April 22, 2014 in New York City.  (Photo by Jemal Countess/Getty Images for the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival)
Sofía Vergara

Sofía Vergara wanted her perfume bottle to look like an emerald.

The Colombian actress announced she was creating a signature scent last month, and it launched yesterday. Sofía by Sofía Vergara features essences of blackberry, sparkling cassis buds and plum with hints of purple violet, Colombian Rose and Colombian Orchid, with the star certain about what she wanted from the off.

"I’m not an expert perfumer, so I worked closely with renowned perfumer Bruno Jovanovic and tried to explain to him exactly what I wanted," she told "Everything from the notes to the packaging have meaning to me. The bottle was designed to look like an emerald. I wanted something classy that would look pretty [in] your boudoir. We decided on this beautiful blush hue for the perfume and then it all came together.”

The star wanted her fragrance to be perfect and took a lot of time over it. She hopes it'll help women feel "irresistible, sexy, sensual and sophisticated" and has designed it so it's wearable for day and night without being too heavy.

Sofía's sexy figure is often commented on, with the star on record saying how proud she is to be voluptuous.

"I think the key to staying in shape is moderation. I eat very healthy from Monday through Thursday, and then I let myself splurge a little on the weekends with desserts or whatever other treats I want. And of course exercise is important," she said.

The Modern Family star added she feels her best when she has finished getting dressed, put her jewellery on, spritzed her perfume and is leaving the house.

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