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.