Perfume On-The-Go!‏

Between bag-check fees and ounce restrictions, packing and travelling can cause quite the headache. Fortunately, NEW Portable Spray Fragrances make life a little easier – from Halle Berry, Faith Hill and Baby Phat.

For short weekends and extended getaways this summer, be sure to pack some of the best-selling fragrances, now available in miniature .25 oz editions that fit perfectly in your purse, pocket or cosmetic bag. Packaged in stylishly compact metal bottles, the portable fragrances are unbreakable and damage-proof, ensuring safety even in the hands of baggage handlers.

PURE ORCHID BY HALLE BERRY

A captivating new fragrance by Halle Berry, Pure Orchid opens with top notes of crisp Italian Lemon, Papaya Nectar Fizz and Jungle Cactus Flower, while a heart of rare and exotic Masdevallia Orchid unfolds to reveal a mélange of scents. A touch of decadent Blackberry Crème Concentré and subtly sweet Star Anise complete the Orchid accent by creating a sophisticated, tempting accord, with a dry-down of earthy Giant Sequoia, Patchouli Leaf, and Tonka Bean providing a sensual and elegant base.

FAITH HILL PARFUMS

A sparkling floral bouquet with dimension and depth, Faith Hill Parfums beckons at the top with aromatic crisp pear, refreshing neroli and lush pink peony. Bold yet delicate southern magnolia, exotic jasmine, and gardenia create a sensuously elegant heart.

BABY PHAT DARE ME

This luminous oriental fragrance opens with an intriguingly smooth coconut top note that blends into a heart of velvety blackberry crème and vanilla orchid, with a warm drydown of crème de musk and sandalwood.

Available at most mass retailers beginning in May, the Portable Spray Fragrances from Coty retail for $9.99.


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