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Huda Kattan takes inspiration from the oriental layering for its first fragrance line

Makeup blogger Huda Kattan is ready to take on the fragrance industry. The ‘Huda Beauty’ brand mogul has revealed that she will be launching her brand-new perfume venture, ‘Kayali,’ on November 16, after months of speculation and teasing.

The debut release will comprise four different scents inspired by her home culture in the Middle East, created in partnership with perfume maker Firmenich, and designed to be layered over one another - as it is usual in the Middle East - or worn separately.

The perfumes include ‘Elixir 11,’ featuring notes of red apple, rose centifolia and jasmine, as well as ‘Vanilla 28,’ starring notes of Madagascan vanilla. ‘Citrus 08’ uses bergamot and grapefruit to offer a zesty, fresh fragrance, and ‘Musk 12’ completes the collection, combining notes of lotus and jasmine for a deeper, more mysterious fragrance. Each of the scents will come in 100ml Eau de Parfum angular vials with contemporary glass lids.

Brazil Beauty News with AFP/Relaxnews

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