After giving birth to her twins, Mariah Carey is back again with her fragrance business. Her last fragrance, Lollipop Bling was a great success and now, Mariah is releasing the remix version of the sweet scents. It’s called Lollipop Splash the Remix, which contains three fragrances, all titled after Mariah songs. There’s “Inseparable” which contains the sweet scents of raspberry, mango, jasmine and orange flowers; “Never Forget You” which has gourmet jelly beans and golden peony notes. and of course, “Vision of Love” which is inspired by French macaroon and purple jasmine.
The fragrances will be available in July and will be priced at $35 each. Perfumer Marypierre Julien stated:
“To create Mariah Carey’s Lollipop Splash the Remix, we worked with Mariah and used her music as an inspiration to craft scents that are like floral melodies”
Sinci it’s still a few days away from the launch, here’s an idea: why not get the Lollipop Bling Gumball Machine Gift Pack for your loved ones with summer birthdays? The pack contains three scents and the gumball machine-shaped packaging is beyond cute! Here’s how it looks like:
Mariah Carey’s Lollipop Bling Gumball Machine Gift Set ($105 value)
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About Mariah Carey
Mariah Carey (born March 27, 1969 or 1970) is an American singer, songwriter, record producer, and occasional actress. She rose to prominence after releasing her self-titled debut studio album Mariah Carey in 1990; it went multiplatinum and spawned four consecutive number one singles on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart. Under the guidance of Columbia Records executive and later husband Tommy Mottola, Carey continued booking success with followup albums Emotions (1991), Music Box (1993), and Merry Christmas (1994), and was established as Columbia’s highest-selling act. Daydream (1995) made music history when its second single “One Sweet Day”, a duet with Boyz II Men, spent a record sixteen weeks on top of the Billboard Hot 100, and it remains the longest-running number-one song in U.S. chart history. During the recording of the album, Carey began to deviate from her R&B and pop beginnings and slowly traversed into hip hop. This musical change became evident with the release of Butterfly (1997), at which time Carey had separated from Mottola.