Cher is launching a genderless perfume


Have you ever wanted to smell like Cher? Well, you will be able to shortly!

In a Tweet on Monday, May 20, the music icon announced she’s launching a perfume called Cher Eau de Couture.

“I’ve been working on my perfume for four years,” she wrote. She admitted that her one criteria was that she would share it when she loved it enough to wear. “I wear it every day,” she finished with.

This is the first fragrance the “Believe” singer has launched in over 30 years. The last, Uninhibited, launched in 1987 However, this splashy return to the industry is going to be totally different.

Why? Well, for one thing it’s genderless. According to Page Six, the 73-year-old songstress said in a press release that it’s “for people who love perfume and want to smell good and for people who feel that it’s part of who they are.”

Working with ScentBeauty to develop the product, the notes will include bergamot, neroli, jasmine, vetiver and vanilla. The last aroma was chosen because it’s one of the Grammy Award-winning artists favorites. “I like vanilla. It’s very touchy-feely. It makes you want to hold yourself.”

There is no official date, but according to ScentBeauty it will be available some time in the late fall on and other e-retailers.

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