Lady Gaga dishes about her beauty routine in the March 28th issue of People magazine. Apparently, she is not ready to be the spokesperson for a makeup remover as she confesses to sleeping every night with makeup on. She will have to create a line of makeup that is nourishing and treats your skin if she wants to go on doing that. The singer who is preparing to launch her debut signature perfume for spring 2012, making sure it will smell controversial and interesting, also reveals in the same article what fragrances she used to wear growing up...
No, nothing crazy. Very normal and on the hush side even. OK, so she mentions Versace Baby Rose Jeans, which launched in 1996 as a perfume targeting girls aged from 4 to 14 years old.
Don't you think the little girl in the advert looks a lot like a little Lady Gaga?
Notes are: bergamot, lemon, peach, green note / carnation, ylang, orchid, iris / sandalwood, Atlas cedar, vetiver.
The other one is Jean Naté by Revlon, an all-American staple light citrus scent stored in many people's fridges in the summer whose birth date is 1935.