Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Celebrity Scent - #3 Maria Sharapova

Not only is she exceptionally good looking and athletic, Maria Sharapova also lends her name to a sparkling fragrance created by Parlux. Born in Russia, Maria moved to the U.S. at age seven, and began her career on the junior tennis circuit at age 14. In 2004, she won her first Grand Slam title at Wimbledon. In August 2005 Parlux launched the fragrance bearing her name, and by startling coincidence, on the same day that she achieved number one world ranking in women's tennis.

The fragrance defines Maria's tennis game and persona - charming, fresh and sweet (mandarin and bergamot), exciting (pomegranate leaf, cassis berries and lemongrass), graceful (gardenia, jasmin and magnolia) and passionate and competetive (English rose petals and Wimbledon grass). Cashmere musk, white amber crystals and a stroke of vanilla completes an unforgettable match point.

Watch Maria in her perfume ad video:

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