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New Season, New Scent: Fall Fragrances We’re Loving

New Season, New Scent: Fall Fragrances We’re Loving

The transition from one season to another is something we look forward to for so many reasons. One of which is the new product launches and items associated with that season. As we are deep into the fall season, we can’t help but be enamored with some of the must-have fall fragrances. Three wonderful scents have caught our attention; one whiff of them and you’ll smell why.

New Season, New Scent: Fall Fragrances We’re Loving

Join us in worshiping these three fall fragrances. Find your voice with the new Valentino & Lady Gaga fragrance, Valentino Voce Viva; yield to the seductive, unisex Rich Mess parfum spray; and celebrate your supremely mysterious and sensual edge with V&R’s latest launch, Viktor&Rolf Flowerbomb Midnight.

Valentino Voce Viva Eau de Parfum ($130, www.sephora.com)

New Season, New Scent: Fall Fragrances We’re Loving

A sweet floral fragrance that celebrates all things feminine. This harmonious scent combines couture orange blossom absolute and golden gardenia paired with colorful Italian bergamot and mandarin. An unexpected woody scent of crystal moss accord adds power and compulsion (you will find yourself continuously going back to breathe in the addictive parfum). This feminine perfume is intimate and personal, drawing a parallel between the sound of your voice and the scent of your fragrance. Created by the iconic Cool, Color, Couture fashion house, this fragrance celebrates every women’s voice. Fragrance notes include:

  • Top: Italian bergamot essence, mandarin essence
  • Middle: orange blossom absolute, golden gardenia accord
  • Base: crystal moss accord, vanilla, tonka bean

Rich Mess Unisex Parfum Spray ($120.00 www.richmess.com)

New Season, New Scent: Fall Fragrances We’re Loving

There are fragrances that simply make you smell good and there are those that push you to go outside of your comfort zone. One mist of Rich Mess aromatically whispers, “I dare you…” This bold, unisex fragrance was created in New York by creative director Ryan Richmond, a trailblazer within some of the biggest names in luxury fashion and beauty. The nose behind this creation is master perfumer Christophe Laudamiel. Notes of vibrant citrus and bubbly champagne stimulate your senses before new-found friendships breed skin salt familiarity. Lastly, you’re enveloped by sensual leather and woody notes.

Flowerbomb Midnight Eau de Parfum ($115.00, www.sephora.com)

New Season, New Scent: Fall Fragrances We’re Loving

If you love warm fragrances that are also dark and sweet, this is for you. This women’s fragrance unleashes a new sensuality without losing any of its timeless appeal. Unleash a new sensuality with Flowerbomb Midnight. You’ll never know what the night will bring. It boasts sparkling blackcurrant and night-blooming jasmine that is surrounded by intimate musk and pomegranate, along with sensual peony and vanilla. together, they create the most mysterious floral sensation. The beguiling notes include:

  • Top Notes: Sparkling Blackcurrant
  • Middle Notes: Mysterious Night-Blooming Jasmine
  • Bottom Notes: Sensual Musk, Vanilla, Patchouli

Any of these fall fragrances would make great holiday gifts. We invite you to discover them for yourselves and let us know your thoughts on each fall fragrance.

Celebrating the Winners of the 39th International Emmy Awards

Global talent poured into NYC for the this year’s International Emmy award show. Hosted by former 90210 star, Jason Priestly, the event showcased achievements in international TV along with celebrity presenters and honorees. Winners spanned 6 countries: Chile (first time) Belgium, Canada, Portugal, Sweden and The United Kingdom. Each lending their unique artistic vision and viewpoint. Presenters and attendees included Wendy Williams, John Laroquette, Edward Herrmann, Ally Sheedy, Danny Pino, etc

Host Jason Priestly with presenter Jessica Szohr

Not to be left out, as a surprise of the audience, Lady Gaga opened the show to over 1,000 attendees.She also presented the International Emmy Founders Award to Nigel Lythgoe, the executive producer of American Idol and the Co-creator & Executive Producer of So You Think You Can Dance.

Presenter, Wendy Williams

The International Emmy Directorate Award was presented to Subhash Chandra, Chairman of India’s Zee TV by actress Archie Panjabi (The Good Wife) and Citigroup Chairman Richard Parsons.

The 10 International Emmy Award Winning programs and performances:
Best TV Movie/Mini-Series winners with presenter Jessica Zohr
TV Movie/Mini-Series
“Millennium”
Yellowbird/SVT/ZDF/Nordisk Film
Sweden

Drama Series
“Accused”
RSJ Films for BBC One
United Kingdom

Comedy
“Benidorm Bastards”
Shelter / VMMA
Belgium
Presented by John Larroquette

 Children & Young People
“¿Con Qué Sueñas?” (What is your Dream?)
Mi Chica Producciones / CNTV / TVN
Chile

Arts Programming
“Gareth Malone Goes to Glyndebourne”
Twenty Twenty Television
United Kingdom

Telenovela
“Laços de Sangue” (Blood Ties)
S.I.C. (Sociedade Independente de Comunicação) / TV Globo
Portugal


Best Performance by an Actress
Julie Walters
as Mo Mowlam
“MO”
ITV Studios for Channel 4
United Kingdom
Presented by Rick Hoffmann

Non-Scripted Entertainment
“The World’s Strictest Parents”
Twenty Twenty Television
United Kingdom


TV Movie/Mini-Series
“Millennium”
Yellow Bird / SVT / ZDF / Nordisk Film
Sweden
Presented by Jessica Szohr

Documentary
Life with Murder
JS Kastner Productions / The National Film Board of Canada
 in association with CTV Canada

Not Pictured

Best Performance by an Actor
Christopher Eccleston
as Willy Houlihan
Accused
RSJ Films for BBC One
United Kingdom

Check out images of celebrity attendees and presenters below:

Dip Into The Hottest New Hair Trend With Touchback

The hottest new hair trend sported on celebs such as Lady Gaga and Nicki Minaj is Dipped-dyed Hair. Though these two have opted for color accents in florescent hues.

Thanks to TouchBack Hair Marker, the dip-dyed look is also perfect for everyday when worn in natural shades as seen on Drew Barrymore below

The TouchBack Hair Marker, wearable dip-dyed style is easy to recreate without the risk. Simply select a TouchBack marker two shades darker than your current hair hue and saturate the ends with color.

The pocket-sized marker makes for easy application when you want it, where you want it. Unlike mascara, crayons, gels, and powders, TouchBack won’t flake or rub off with brushing. TouchBack bonds to the hair and stays true until shampooed out.

TouchBack is available in eight natural shades: Rich Black, Dark Brown, Medium Brown, Light Brown, Ash Blonde, Golden Blonde, Light Auburn, Dark Auburn and retails for $29.95

TO — USE: Apply the TouchBack marker to dry hair. To remove color, simply shampoo.

WHERE TO FIND IT: www.TouchBackGray.com and all Ulta stores. To find out more info on Touchback, checkout TouchBack on Facebook and TouchBack on Twitter.