With top notes of juicy pear and ambrette, it’s her first ‘clean’ scent
If you’ve ever wondered what a song smells like, Ariana Grande has got you sorted.
Yesterday (July 29), the singer debuted her “God Is a Woman” perfume after her 2018 hit song. The seventh fragrance release in Grande’s perfume line, the latest offering is Grande’s first “clean” scent with 91 per cent natural ingredients.
Presented in a geometric lavender and grey bottle, the perfume features a cedarwood and Madagascar vanilla base, with orris and Turkish rose petals. The top notes are juicy pear and ambrette, which – according to the press release – give God Is a Woman its signature scent.
What’s more, some of the proceeds will go towards ocean clean-up initiatives for a minimum commitment of $75,000.
Grande's fragrance will be available at Ulta stores nationwide on August 1 and online here.