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Sofia Vergara's new Tempting fragrance will prepare wearers for 'action'

Published 12/07/2016

Sofia Vergara
Sofia Vergara

The stunning star doesn't feel her outfit is complete without a spray of perfume.

Actress Sofia Vergara uses her new fragrance Tempting as a dynamic aromatic motivator.

The 44-year-old Modern Family star already has two perfumes, Sofia and Love, on the market and she is now promoting her third scent, which she insists is totally different from its predecessors.

“I wanted something sexier," she tells Us Weekly magazine. "It should be more for dates and nighttime, or if I’m going to go to a business meeting. It’s like when you wear a red lip (stick) because you’re going somewhere important. It’s supposed to make you feel like you’re ready for action!”

Tempting offers wearers a deep and sensual aroma, with hints of sandalwood, musk, vanilla, orchids, and jasmine.

“It needs all the different notes to be sexy,” she smiles.

Sofia confesses she is somewhat of a perfume addict, as she needs to wear a fragrance before leaving the house - just to feel complete.

“I always wear it, every day,” she shares. “For me, it’s part of getting dressed. If it’s a summer day I wear something lighter. If it’s for a date, I put even more on. I don’t feel completely done without it.”

Sofia applies fragrance all over her body, including her decolletage, arms and neck.

“I spray it everywhere. I do it here, there...” she gestures, pointing to different areas, “On my clothes, in my hair, everywhere! It lasts all day, but I always reapply.”

Sofia's Tempting eau du parfum spray is now available for purchase online with a $32 (£25) price tag at internet retail outlet Perfumania.

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