Gigi Hadid doesn’t like ‘overwhelming’ fragrances

Gigi Hadid doesn’t like ‘overwhelming’ fragrances

Los Angeles, July 15 (IANS) Model Gigi Hadid says that she doesnt like frangrances which are “overwhelming”.

The 21-year-old, who is the face of ace designer Tommy Hilfiger’s latest fragrance prefers perfumes that are “light and airy” and can be worn for any occasion in both the day and night time, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

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“I love the fragrance’s clean and fresh feel. I like a scent that doesn’t overwhelm and keeps everything light and airy. My Girl (new fragrance by Hilfiger) is a really fun and flirty fragrance to go out at night but also versatile enough to wear during the day,” magazine Bazaar.com quoted Hadid as saying.

Hadid also believes that beautiful women are those who are “confident, warm and welcoming”.

“To me, women are beautiful when they are confident, warm and welcoming. I am fortunate enough to meet some of the women I admired growing up, and the ones that truly touch me and continue to inspire me are the ones that embrace these qualities,” the model added.

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