These luxe Chanel perfume crayons draw on your fragrance
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Why spray your favorite perfume when you can draw it on with a super silky crayon?
Chanel is known for incredible luxe fragrances, including the iconic Chanel No. 5 perfume. Now the brand is pushing the boundaries of traditional fragrance by creating perfume crayons for its bold Chance fragrance line.
The limited-edition set of four crayons — all packaged in Gen Z-approved pastel colors — are scented with Chanel’s Chance fragrance line. The set is $80, making it an investment. But the scent payoff may be worth the buck.
Chanel Chance is the main scent in the set, with notes of vanilla, jasmine, iris and musk. The three other scents build on this core fragrance, swapping out a note or two to riff on the Chance perfume.
Chance Eau Tendre, for example, has notes of grapefruit, jasmine and musk. On the other hand, Chance Eau Fraiche has notes of citron, jasmine and teak wood. And finally, Chance Eau Vive has notes of grapefruit, blood orange, jasmine, cedar and iris.
Shop: Chanel Chance Crayons de Parfum, $80
The crayons feature an “ultra-silky texture that glides onto skin and revives your scent all day long,” according to the brand. The brand recommends applying the perfume to your “pulse points,” which are the neck, wrists and décolleté.
The product has more than 17,000 “loves” on Sephora’s website. Shoppers say the crayons are great for a perfume refresh on-the-go or for a light scent throughout the day. Plus, you have to admit they’re pretty adorable and super fun to use.
This certainly takes adult coloring to a whole different level.
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