New Fragrances Selena Gomez Eau de Parfum

Selena Gomez Eau de Parfum

04/12/12 01:58:14 (56 comments)

by: Sanja Pekic

Selena Gomez, actress and teen icon, announced the launch of her first perfume in 2011, inviting all her fans to help her choose the ingredients. Her fans could vote for three basic ingredients of the perfume on the site selenagomezperfumes.com
—ending up in the victory of raspberry at the top, freesia in the middle and vanilla in the base.

In addition to raspberry, the composition’s opening includes a handful of fruits such as sweet orange, pineapple and peach. The heart consists of purple freesia, Cosmone musk and dewberry, while vanilla in the base is joined by sweet flavors of rich amber, chocolate and coconut. The composition was created with Givaudan perfumers.

Top notes: raspberry, orange, peach, pineapple
Heart: freesia, musk, dewberry
Base: vanilla, amber, chocolate, coconut


The tall and narrow bottle reminds of an evening gown and is adorned with an interesting stopper—a bouquet of purple and golden lips. The fragrance is available as 50 and 100 ml Eau de Parfum.



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canadianpetite
canadianpetite

Recently tried this at Macy's with my pre-teen in tow as she loves Selena. The bottle looks fine but the topper is too whimsical. With that topper, I can see my daughter easily knocking this over on her dresser. The scent is - what else - extremely sugar sweet. It definitely is spot on for the target market (pre-teen or early teens). Ever the indulgent mother, I asked my daughter if she wants a bottle but she pulled me away from the display. I guess that was a no.

Sep
09
2012
tank94
tank94

This bottle is awfully similar to Oriflame's Muse. Especially the bottom of the bottle.

Sep
09
2012
michy
michy

So I tried this on just to see what it was like and it smells like bath and body works sun ripened raspberry on me! I was having flashbacks of high school! Despite this, I think its age appropriate considering the audience.

Jun
22
2012
heatherine
heatherine

I think the whimsical bottle and the candied notes are aimed perfectly at the market this frag is shooting for - young teens. Though some teenagers may have more sophisticated tastes, this should appeal to many fun-loving teenage girls. I find the product roundly adorable for that age set, and I wouldn't hesitate to gift it to one of my young nieces should they ask.

Jun
05
2012
mjloria
mjloria

cheeseus, that's an ugly bottle.

Apr
17
2012
Sweetgirlie8
Sweetgirlie8

I'm not gonna judge it until i smell it, the notes sound very interesting. I wonder if it's a good combination, I like Vanilla, so im glad that's added. I have to say the lips at the top of the bottle looks very odd, but oh well!!!!

Apr
17
2012
chio17
chio17

haters will always be haters...you haven't tried the perfume yet you already hate it so much! Just because it's a celebrity scent...well there are a lot of celebrity scents that are made by top perfumers...and and they do smell good and not to mention that the notes being used can also be found in other top designer perfumes....

Have you even thought of that?

Apr
17
2012
Chickenboo
Chickenboo

Cool beans! The bottle is wonderful! It reminds me of a cat toy; I picture myself swatting the floating lips. :)

Apr
17
2012
ANGELICA07
ANGELICA07

What a pity : so much stupidity is just pathetic !!
:-O :-/ :-O
You people must have a really serious problem to act that way.
I can only second Sandra, Pyarkaaloo and Lisa !! :)
PERIOD !!

In my concern, the notes appeal me (apart from fressia, which is a floral note I hate) and I really don't care about the bottle (what counts is the juice, not the container : the latter doesn't make the juice).
I hope lasting power and sillage are good.
I may test it if I come across it (I don't know where and when it's gonna be sold in Europe).

Apr
17
2012
Booogie
Booogie

For a fragrance that hasn't even come out yet, it's pretty controversial! So it may be another sugar-laden, teeny-bopper, run-of-the-mill, overdone scent but like the majority of them, you've got to keep in mind who it's targeted at. Her fans (most of whom are tweens) will probably bathe in this stuff. More power to her, I guess. I'm interested to see how the coconut, pineapple, raspberry and chocolate combine. But I must admit, it's one of the ugliest bottles I have ever seen!

Apr
17
2012
Senzadite
Senzadite

Dont we have to smell this first? an example for much that i dont like Jeniffer Lopez music i really loved Deseo For Men, wich i think is a great fragrance and smells great on my boyfriend...i have smelled on my boss little daughter (she´s 13) Fantasy of Britney Spears and i think is a nice fragrance for a young girl or a kid, lets give it a chance maybe is not that bad.

Apr
17
2012
nobodygirl
nobodygirl

Man....l this sounds exactly like all the other celebrity fragrances out there. Too sweet, cotton candy-like, overpowering sugary....crap. Like the Britney spears perfumes. No. I have not tried it yet. Yes. I'm sure I will. But when is there ever going to be a "new and unique" fragrance on the market? I was looking forward to madonna's truth or dare, but it's also an imposter of the original Kate spade, Michael Kohrs and other gardenia/honeysuckle concoctions. Sigh. I hope someon, anyone! Will please launch something new and different!!!!

Apr
15
2012
Fragaria
Fragaria

I love this cute cute bottle! ALL perfumes should have cute bottles! I don't like to buy perfumes from the same designers with the same bottles over and over again. Each fragrance is unique and should have a unique bottle.

Apr
15
2012
SandraV
SandraV

Agree with you two last reviewers 100%:I've never seen such rudeness over something so small.

Apr
15
2012
pyarkaaloo
pyarkaaloo

lisa.m.kasper thank you!! i couldn't have said it better myself, so thank you for saying it! people are such snobs when it comes to perfume. the minute it's a celeb scent, everyone is there to get all priggish and hurl insults without having smelled it, yet they blindly worship expensive designer brands & niche houses without discrimination and prance around like nude emperors smugly basking in the assumption that they are clothed. Somehow, somewhere among the fresh pasture of their grandiosity they smell richesse, despite the manure that is their ability to actually discern, and feel justified insulting the seemingly less refined in matters of taste. Please. don't deign to speak on behalf of those of us who don't frequent chez poseur like you. recognize your need to feel superior on account of a construct known as "haute couture" and that such a thinly-veiled personality flaw is nauseating for the rest of us!!

Apr
15
2012
lisa.m.kasper
lisa.m.kasper

Okay all you snarky haters... I don't even know who she is... but I do like the idea of raspberry and chocolate. You all must really have inferiority issues to come over here and just puke all over this perfume that is not even out yet, and about this child that you don't even know. *eyeroll* Get a life. You are not meant to love every perfume and not every perfume is made for YOU.

I think the notes sound fine. Summer time. Fruit cocktail with a Hershey's kiss. SO WHAT?

Apr
15
2012
marielisagrant
marielisagrant

im sure we reallyy do need to wait till it comes out to give our opinions but honestly i do just keep coming back to this page for the giggles of those lips...they are truly just so silly, they hardly look real.

Apr
14
2012
aprildawntaylor
aprildawntaylor

I think I will actually smell it before I give an opinion
;)

Apr
14
2012
nena18sept
nena18sept

omg! just another teen celebrity fragance (boring)
ugly bottle, notes sound disgusting

Apr
13
2012
astamm62
astamm62

A really strange choice for a bottle...I'll take a plain inexpensive one any day.

Apr
13
2012
dlane1953
dlane1953

OK folks, good news/bad news.

The bad news: the notes sound disgusting. The good news: the scent may help young teens preserve their virginity.Sounds like one of the best boy repellents around.

Apr
13
2012
makeupwoot
makeupwoot

I have not sampled yet but I can't help groaning at the fact that over 27% of the notes are there because of an internet poll. Yes, it was spun from the angle that she wanted to "include her devoted fans" in the creation of her premiere fragrance, but to me, it smacks of laziness.

I would love to get some of the perfumers at Givaudan unawares and get their REAL opinions on how they feel about making celebu-juice. I've always believed that it must be similar to the experiences that brilliant artists must have when they desperately want to create great works, and do so in their own time, and resign themselves to painting mass landscapes and portraiture during the day hours to "pay the mortgage."

Apr
13
2012
natasha_dzm
natasha_dzm

looks like this bottle bursted with flying vaginas...)))they just flew out of the bottle cause couldn't bare with the stink anymore...

Apr
13
2012
Beatrixel
Beatrixel

wow wow wow
now what`s with little girls and the colour purple?
vera wang`s princess is purple- but more stylish.
thank god alien is purple but knocks them out easily by being bitchy and out of routine.
but this?
it`s a blasphemy~!
raspberry?
chocolate?
that`s the pure deffinition of a teenage girl.
coconut, that`s acceptable.
but still smells like a non-unique sugary water.
of course, I don`t take any of this seriously as it follows the same path of other celebrity designed scents.
it`s immature smelling.
and the kisses?
hmmm... better keep those hidden, they`re revolting on that purple bottle. It tries to evoke fascination and sophistication but it`s just the blow up of a girlie of 16 (if she`s any older, excuse me!) dressed up in her mother`s dress.
let`s go back to disneyland, please! what difference would it make if I tarnish my clothes with chocolate ice-cream and raspberry lip gloss then rub some candy cane in?

Apr
13
2012
duskangel101
duskangel101

I saw an interview of Selena Gomez talking about her new scent, when she said flirty and fun, I pretty much know to expect the basics. But still, I really expected more from the bottle. Looks like a virgin cocktail served at a sweet sixteen party. Oh well, still worth a try.

Apr
13
2012
Lance
Lance

Hahaha the bottle looks funny, but I kinda like it, so girly!

Apr
12
2012
ellebelle84
ellebelle84

So, I think the real question is what happens if you combine the Justin Bieber frag with the Selena Gomez frag? Lemme guess you get a nauseating teenage combo people think has zero lasting power? Ha, sorry had to be a sarcastic beeoch for a moment. I have not smelt this and therefore can only speculate. But the notes sound really, super basic and nothing special. If its anything like the Taylor Swift perfume that I think smells like fabric softener, I'll pass. :)

Apr
12
2012
hybiscusgirl18
hybiscusgirl18

Is it just me or the " lips balloons" at the top of the bottle look like a bad rip off of the ones commonly used in the Salvador Dali fragrances' bottles?

Package observation aside, this perfume doesn't seem like anything new under the sun ...or should I say under a nose? Some overpriced product for the tween crowd to consume, for their parents' wallet to be drained, and for the manager of this little lady to fatten their bank accounts.

Seriously, I don't get why these things are so expensive when most of them are "drugstore quality" (which is not a bad thing for a perfume, it actually helps to get it closer to the customers without slapping their budget, and it'd made more people to buy it).

Apr
12
2012
kimberlylizkennedy
kimberlylizkennedy

Ok, I will try and make the silly balloons and bottle sound fascinating...Here we go.

The balloons are sure to delight you with pleasurable memories of Disney, birthdays and parties. The voluptuous lips represent youthful love at is fullest, LOTS of it. Enjoy the juice as the mylar looking metal balloons tickle your nose with vibrant luscious tantalizing smoothness!

If you are older, you will have no more desire for Restyln. Because everything you need is in this youthful bottle. Simply hold the lip balloons in front of your lips to replicate your desires.

This design is sure to carry all of your cares away. Close your eyes and imagine flowing in the elegant purple glass dress, then floating into the sky being carried away by giant mylar lip balloons, and into the lap of Justin Beiber.

Apr
12
2012
JohanOfSweden
JohanOfSweden

Wear this to keep me at bay..

Apr
12
2012
pinkposies80
pinkposies80

Notes sound pretty yummy but oh my goodness what a hideous bottle!!

Apr
12
2012
cryptic
cryptic

Mnaonfrag, I agree that it's pretty easy to predict the notes in a celebrity scent, but I'm willing to bet that the next niche release that gets written up on Fragrantica will feature either oud, iris, amber, vetiver or frankincense. Trends aren't restricted to mainstream frags.

Apr
12
2012
Napper216
Napper216

I want this just for the bottle! I'm hoping the lips don't break off.

Seems like the fragrance COULD have some potential for some, but a) some of the notes seem to be in the wrong tier and b)It sounds cluttered i.e. I think there are too many notes for it to work especially well.

I'll still try it, though.

Apr
12
2012
SandraV
SandraV

This isn't anything I would wear really as I don't like fruity florals all that much(though the notes aren't horrible by any means) but I had to comment as I'm a bit shocked by all the vitriol over this scent.It's for young girls:I'm sure we all wore stuff as teens that might seem silly now.The bottle wouldn't be bad if the top was different and you can't really blame celebs for 'making' their own scents:people pay them-they get richer...way of the world.ETA I feel bad for anyone who DOES like the bottle for the simple fact they may be afraid to admit it out of fear of being slammed for their opinion.I'm WELL past my teenage years and still have a Hello Kitty alarm clock so to each his own eh?

Apr
12
2012
chanelnumerocinq
chanelnumerocinq

Well I thought the whole "vote" for what's in the fragrance was a pretty bad way to design a fragrance but
It looks SUPER gourmand from the notes. I've really been into gourmands lately so I'll be testing this haha

Apr
12
2012
mnaonfrag
mnaonfrag

-----------Here is what I wrote on the Basenotes website on Dec. 13, 2011 when I learned of this impending so-called fragrance:

I see…So, to hell with having a creative vision and thus meaningful purpose for the perfume, right? This is PURELY a commercial venture and thus by definition is void of heart, soul, depth, and imagination. Gomez’s fans and “people” are just going to give a list of arbitrary fragrance notes to some lowly perfumer at Givaudan, tell him (given the industry, it likely will be a him) to swish them together, slap Gomez’s name on the bottle, and sell, sell, sell. To top it all off, the clichéd, generic, and ambiguously girly “campaign imagery” has already been shot, so who cares if it jibes with the actual end product (the juice) right? Are you kidding me? This is the most overt and lazy example of celebrity commercialization involving perfume that I have ever encountered. However, what is even more disappointing is that Gomez’s consumerism-oriented fans (in that key “tween” demographic) will likely be clueless about the other aspects of perfumery (the art and science) and instead be overjoyed by the only marginally accurate belief that they get to participate in the creation of a perfume. Ultimately (and unfortunately), I predict that the perfume will actually sell very well and largely be composed of the following notes (in the cheapest form possible, of course): Orange, peach, pear, berries, rose, gardenia, jasmine, vanilla, caramel, musk, and amber (with a strong chance of trendy tropical notes like lychee, guava, and coconut).


-----------Here is what I further wrote on the Basenotes website on Dec. 20, 2011:

Bad art DOES prevent good art from being made, and NO, there is not enough room for both. If the market continues to be flooded (pun intended) with crap perfumes that are not only pumped out on the cheap by heartless corporations but also frantically advertised by manipulative marketing firms and shilled by self-aggrandizing celebrities, then what chance do the masterful niche perfumes (and the masterful artisan perfumers themselves) have to compete? This dire scenario is increasingly evidenced by the fact that even some niche houses have begun creating and selling perfumes that are mass-appeal-oriented just to compete and stay profitable. In short, their focus is shifting from quality to quantity, from good art to bad art.

For example, consider Guerlain’s great classic, Shalimar. By my count, Guerlain has created an astounding 12 versions of the perfume. The 11 offspring of the original have all been formulated/diluted to appeal to mass tastes. Still other niche houses are reformulating their originals under the guise of making “limited editions.” For example, consider Hermès’ Eau des Merveilles. By my count, Hermès has created SEVEN versions of the well-known original. Even the big/non-niche houses like Chanel that were once defined by the words classical and classy have begun pumping out not only reformulations of their originals (e.g., NINE versions of Allure; SEVEN versions No. 5) but also new mass-appeal and derivative garbage like Bleu de Chanel.

Besides, Gomez’s proposition (of letting fans pick notes) is not an artistic one at all. It is not substantive. It is not meaningful. It is not honest. It is not emotional. It is not moving. It is not thoughtful. It is not deep. It is not constructive. It is not difficult. It is not laborious. It is not engaging. It is not engrossing. It is purely shallow, lazy, and commercial. Granted, the perfume industry is heavily commercialized, as it should be, as it must be. However, perfume is also about breathtaking art and remarkable science. My point is that the path on which Gomez has embarked is not an artistic one, so we cannot even call it bad art and leave it at that; it is just bad, period.

[….]

(Incidentally, Parisian tweens do not buy crap from Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez. They shop at the likes of Guerlain, Caron, Annick Goutal, Dior, and Yves Saint Laurent. I have seen it with my own eyes.)


-----------Here is what I further wrote on the Basenotes website on Dec. 30, 2011:

[….] My contention is not with Gomez as a PERSON; it is with her ACTION—her purely commercial and thus glib and thus phony intrusion into an industry that is fundamentally and traditionally about labor AND art AND science AND business. Gomez’s action, and that of other celebrities “perfumers,” comes at the cost of the true labors, artists, and scientists in perfumery and their remarkable and commendable work. THAT…is what is unfair.


-----------Here is what I say today (Apr. 12, 2012), on the new of the release of the Gomez fragrance:

Let me see…about four months ago, I accurately predicted the raspberry (i.e., “berries”), orange, peach, musk, dewberry (i.e., “berries”), vanilla, amber, and coconut. That is 8 notes out of 11, which is 72% accuracy, discounting concentration of individual notes. I must be psychic.

Apr
12
2012
rosembloom
rosembloom

The bottle does not please me but it does amuse me.. What I crave for are all those uber fruity, chocolatey, vanilla and amber notes!!!! Definitely shall try. I am no perfume snob.. I don't judge too fast because I know tastes differ and honestly, I do not think of the name associated with the frag: so many negative comments : about the bottle?? Really. I am personally grateful for all these new ' celeb' fragrances! They make for a great perfume wardrobe, they are less expensive and come to think about it. How many loooove Fantasy? A lot!!! So celeb or not, I am anxious to try this little beauty. I am quirky and love quirky bottles, what can i say! xxx

Apr
12
2012
Color_your_life
Color_your_life

Not a fan or a hater! I am neutral!

I was not surpised when I saw the notes... they seem very very sweet. Hooray another fruity on the market!

I can't say anything good or bad about it because I have not tried it!

The bottle is so unfortunate. Looks like a lady with a nice long dress and a stupid hat.
I hope that one day young celeb scents will be something else then a very sweet fruity perfume or this "celeb scent trend" will go away for good.

Apr
12
2012
artemis27
artemis27

OMG! Those odd bits sticking out are LIPS!! Sheesh, at first glance I thought they were balloons! Lol.. :P

EDIT: I LIKE IT! I don't care if its Paris Hilton or Justin Bieber - its the smell that matters to me.
Its a very fruity raspberry smell - great for summers. I think I might just go get a bottle. I still don't like the lips/balloons (whatever they are!). The juice inside is quite pleasing though :)

Apr
12
2012
nattonline
nattonline

This is RIDICULOUS! I'll take the perfume in a decant bottle, thank you.

Apr
12
2012
anneymn
anneymn

I don't like the lips sticking out the top of the bottle, but I like the purple curtain looking glass.

I think it sounds yummy smelling and I look forward to smelling it :)

I think she is a beautiful girl.... but in the ad she looks disproportionate, like her face is to small for her stretched looking body, and the knee in the water... that leg looks too long. Beautiful girl, bad photo editing. & it's just an odd looking ad anyway, she is all wet and half way in water... but not in nature, in a blue and purple tub of water thingy, lol.

More off topic- I think her nose is soo cute, it's a nice change from most of the shaved down looking noses in the celeb world.

Apr
12
2012
Vie Cafe
Vie Cafe

Teen stars of the moment, please stop having your own "fragrances" just because you CAN. That's not what the art of Parfumerie is about. Your insipid juices just make the fragrantica data bank bigger and bigger and that's a big waste of internet space.

oh also, the bottle....? Dear God. It's ridiculous.

Apr
12
2012
AmoreProfumi
AmoreProfumi

At first I thought this was another DALI fragrance before I read it was from her b/c all those lips but then I said nah they wouldn't make bottle that stupid!

Though I do understand why the lips are there SG stated she wanted a fragrance that was totally kissable(hence the lips) one that when your guy smelled u, he couldn't resist u, don't worry Selena,I'm sure biebers not going anywhere...let's just see if she hit her mark I imagine it will smell nice the notes do sound interesting, I just don't enjoy that bottle! it makes it look even cheaper!, but I suppose its unusualness is what will grab ppl's attn. && make them want to smell it...

Apr
12
2012
AmyChloe
AmyChloe

Well, i'm a teen and to be honest it does seem to smell good. Though i'm not a fan of the bottle. It just doesn't look right at all. It looks as if something's missing. I could've probably designed a better bottle for it. i don't know, it just doesn't convince me. Even Justin Bieber's bottle or Taylor Swift's were more convincing.

Apr
12
2012
Animato
Animato

What's up with the negative reviews? this is a perfume aimed for tweens. My first favorite perfume (Alyssa ashley Fizzy!) revolt me today even though I loved it when I was 13. But that okay! because that perfume is not suppose to lure me in anymore. Don't mock the girls for wanting to smell good, support their favorite idol and growing up in a capitalist society. Let them indulge ;)

I don't want my hobbies to be based on greed. But they are. Then again it just makes the searches and experiences last longer :)

Apr
12
2012
fath1ma
fath1ma

I like the bottle, it's purple! :) I always think positive for everyone made perfumes.. Celebs or not, Just for money or they deserve for it. Now let me imagine how she made it... Noo..I don't think she choose from the pure notes by herself. She only have to say what kind of perfume she wants to Givaudan and she will receive some finished perfumes that she can take for brand it with her name. Ok..maybe lil' this and lil' that.. The fact is the company trust her. Who knows about her lucky right???
Besides, the blending of that notes makes me curious :D

Apr
12
2012
Dolby
Dolby

Sounds absolutely revolting.

Another copycat el cheapo nasty trash that will, thank goodness, vanish in no time at all in the too vast graveyard of other copycat el cheapo nasty trash.

Fragrantica ... Why are you wasting bandwidth on this nonsense?

Apr
12
2012
PerfumeWhore
PerfumeWhore

May I add, that it is obvious the perfume was long made before the "poll" as the other two choices for each, the top, the heart, and the base notes, are also included in the composition of the juice... What the hell is going on in this world?

Apr
12
2012
Lakambini
Lakambini

Honestly, the bottle looks like a designer knock-off, you know, the ones with cheesy names like Wetsuit and Amped Frequency (I made those up). The headdress of tinfoily "kisses" doesn't help. Neither does the water-displaced, artificially elongated image of Selena that seems more appropriate for the cover of a vampire novel. The idea of having the fans vote for the notes is one uproarious joke -- though no doubt the experts at Givaudan found a way to make magic and turn that Frankenstein of a brief into something pleasant and, more importantly, marketable.

Apr
12
2012
cake n' cuddles
cake n' cuddles

Ewugh. That bottle is soooo hideous. Still I love coconut, chocolate, and raspberry. I suppose will still try :)

Apr
12
2012
HUEbris
HUEbris

It's doesn't matter what they thoughts.
Cuz perfumers made perfumes, not celebrities.
They just want to get some
pocket money lent their name.
Also, many designers and design brands requeust to Fragrance companies that make their perfumes. (ex:IFF)
So they don't understand about perfumes deeply neither.

Apr
12
2012
naheed
naheed

Goodness...these kids have gone crazy. I find celebrity fragrances sometimes no less than a joke, of course not all celebrities by saying so. But these rather young celebrities, how much they know about fragrances???

Apr
12
2012
passionata20
passionata20

the advertising of wet Selena is stupid as well :)) not a good idea to make a picture of a human hal in the water, since she looks like sha has "defects". By the way! Those lips are just the copy of the Guerlain advertising for their latest "Rouge automatique". On their dispaly stand there were identical lips only in red and golden coloures. FAIL! I can´t say nothing about fragrance, i haven´t tried it, so it is just a remark about the bottle and ad.

Apr
12
2012
Tubykap20
Tubykap20

The bottle is kind of stupid...Would look better without those lips hanging!
And the notes follow the path of girlie celebrity scent!

Apr
12
2012

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