Our Fave Latino Celeb Fragrances!

Christina Aguilera just released the ads for her second fragrance, aptly named, Secret Potion, which got us thinking about the gaggle of celeb fragrances out there to choose from. From a sexy date night scent to a totally addicting splash, here are our six favorite Latino-created perfumes.    

1. Celeb fragrances: Eva Longoria

Eva by Eva Longoria, $45, macys.com

For her first foray into fragrance, Eva blended juicy citrus notes (like verbena and neroli) with warm floral and musk notes (like jasmine, violet, and amber). A little goes a long way: we spritzed once and could smell the sweet citrus and sultry jasmine all day!   

2. Celeb fragrances: Shakira

S by Shakira, $28 (available in both department stores and drugstores starting in September)

The Colombian star says her first fragrance resembles her. And she didn’t lie; it’s energetic, confident, and so sexy thanks to the vanilla and sandalwood notes—it’s perfect for a romantic night out.

3. Celeb fragrances: fergie

Outspoken by Fergie, $28, avon.com

Looking for a way to spice things up? Spritz on this part-mexicana’s bold, super sexy combo of tuberose and black leather. Lace-up bodice and knee-high boots optional.

4. Celeb fragrances: Mariah

Mariah Carey Lollipop Bling, $35 each, elizabetharden.com

Inspired by the Ring Pop Nick Cannon used to propose, Mariah created three sugary-sweet fragrances called Mine Again, Ribbon, and Honey. Our favorite is Ribbon, which smells like raspberry, hydrangea, and sugar crystals. Just like candy, the concoction is addicting.

5. Celeb Fragrances: Antonio Banderas

Antonio Banderas, The Secret, $24, walgreens.com

There’s something about the Spanish star’s latest cologne that makes you want to cozy up to a guy who’s wearing it. So what’s the secret? Yummy notes of cinnamon and apple liqueur.

6. Celeb fragrances: Paco Rabanne

Paco Rabanne Lady Million, $48, sephora.com

For his latest fragrance, the half-Spanish fashion designer mixes orange blossom, honey, and patchouli. But it’s not the patchouli you may associate with 70s incense. Instead, it’s a clean musky note that perfectly complements the sweet honey.

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