Kim Kardashian's Newest Fragrance Comes With Adorable Heart-Shaped Packaging
by Natalie Mouradian on 01/31/2018 | 3 Minute Read
With Valentine's Day just around the corner we're crushing on this super adorable heart-shaped packaging for Kim Kardashian's Kimoji Fragrance.
According to Bustle: "All three Kimoji Fragrances — Bae, Ride Or Die, and BFF — will be available exclusively on the KKW Fragrance website. This will be the only place to shop the perfume, and once the limited-edition product is gone, it's gone for good. If her first launch is any indication, the fragrances will sell out pretty darn fast.
"In case you haven't already noticed this minor detail, there's no way to actually smell the fragrance before you buy it, since it's all done online. That didn't stop people from buying the social media star's first fragrance and odds are it won't stop people from buying this one either. Because whether it smells great or not, half of the appeal of Kardashian-owned products are how exclusive they are.
Kardashian did share details about how the Kimoji Fragrances smell though. Bae, Ride Or Die, and BFF all have a mix of floral and fruit scents with bottom notes of candy, like marshmallows, caramels, or vanilla. If it seems like there's a whole lot going on there, it's because there is.
Even the people that were suspicious of the initial fragrance launch ended up loving it so much that it sold out a second time. There's a good chance that this one will do the same."
"When should you set your alarms for, you ask? Well, the official launch time of the Kimoji Fragrances are 3 p.m. ET/12 p.m. PT exclusively on the KKW Fragrance website. That being said, you'll probably want to be waiting on the website before then. Kardashian-made products sell like crazy, so it's better safe than sorry.
Each 30 mL. fragrance will be $30, according to the brand's social media post. The price is about $5 less than the previous fragrance for the same amount of product. The packaging is somewhat less extravagant than the crystal-shaped bottles, so this might be why."
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