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Beyonce Debuts A Limited-Edition Fragrance Inspired By The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour

Submitted by on June 13, 2013 – 10:10 am4 Comments

Beyonce‘s The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour is heating up!

King Bey has been scorching up the stage in a number of fiery costumes created by fashion’s elite designers, from Givenchy and Pucci to Ralph & Russo and Alon Livne. Now, the 31-year-old is turning things up a notch with a new limited-edition perfume for her fans. Titled “Beyoncé Heat The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour Limited Edition,” Beyonce promises the scent is “introducing a new kind of fire.”

“I love my music, I love performing, and most of all, I love and appreciate my fans,” Beyonce explained in a release. “I wanted to give them a special remembrance of this tour, and I created this scent to reflect the power, passion, and playfulness I put into my performances.”

The fruity and floral fourth fragrance from Mrs. Carter, which follows in the footsteps of “Heat,” “Heat Rush” and “Midnight Heat,” features top notes of pink pepper, mangosteen and acai berry as well as middle notes of orchid, violet and jasmine, and base notes of australian sandalwood, vetiver and madagascar vanilla. “When they walk into a room,” Beyonce says, “I want them to feel like they can leave a lasting impression on everyone they walk past.”

Check out the Beyoncé Heat The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour Limited Edition perfume below and get your own bottle here. The North American leg of Beyonce’s Mrs. Carter World Tour kicks off June 28 in Los Angeles.


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