Billie Eilish ' s Perfume Stash Includes $ 18 Gem You Can Buy Whole Foods
Billie Eilish is not shy about being a serious beauty look. Aside from her signature black hair with off-white roots (she recently went platinum blonde though!), She can count for an out-of-this-world manicure that will interact with any red carpet look . While her makeup is usually on the simple side, she is also known to be stone-filled, bushy arms and separated, un-lashed lashes on a regular basis. She’s an icon of beauty in the making, if we’ve ever seen one.
Since we were sadly not been close enough to smell this young queen, any speculation about her scented perfume was shot in the dark-until now, that is. Eilish recently shared her favorite fragrances for all to see on the internet! In case you missed it, the 19 -year -old took to Instagram Stories over the weekend to share a snap of her fragrance collection in response to a question posed by a fan. Eilish shared a close-up of a variety of perfume bottles and said these are her current favorites. If you weren’t glued to your phone and missed the big reveal before it went well, don’t be afraid because it wasn’t long before creator of TikTok @professorperfume republished the shot with his own take on selections by Eilish.
In addition to some luxurious options from mega -famous brands like Le Labo and more niches like Etat Libre d ' Orange, we found a famous amber oil on the internet from Nemat getting good reviews. That's right. The Grammy Award-winning singer appears to be equally obsessed with an $ 18 oily oil like we are! The best part? It’s carried by Whole Foods, so if you’d rather wait for a shipment from other retail partners like Amazon and Ulta, you can pick up a bottle on your next grocery run. Keep your eyes peeled!
Want to know about Eilish's current favorite fragrances? Keep scrolling for a rundown on all six fragrances shared by the singer from her personal collection. Then, check out some more select perfumes to be adored from Rihanna, Margot Robbie, Meghan Markle, and more.