Dolly Parton Is Launching a Fragrance Inspired by Her Personal Scent

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While country-music icon Dolly Parton never fails to make our hips swing with her music, she’s also famous for her glamorous beauty looks. Hoping she would eventually launch a product line exclusively for hair—she does have the best ‘do in the business, after all—we’ve kept a close eye on her every beauty move.

In an announcement back in December, we learned that the singer does indeed have a beauty launch in the works, and today we finally got a closer look at what it is (hint: it’s not a hair product).

In December, the singer-songwriter announced a long-term licensing deal with Edge Beauty for a fragrance line. According to WWD, CEO of Edge Beauty, Steve Mormoris, said that that they are “looking at distribution channels that range from TV shopping to specialty retail chains, drugstores and to the mass market.”

According to a 2020 release, Parton was inspired by her own personal scent. “Fragrance has always played a major role in my life—I wear my own combination of scents every day,” said the 74-year-old. “I am so excited to share this dream with my fans. Developing my own brand and scent with Edge Beauty has been an amazing experience, and I am looking forward to becoming a big part of the fragrance community.”

Fast forward to today, the singer-songwriter announced her first-ever fragrance, Dolly—Scent from Above, which will be available for purchase at scentbeauty.com and hsn.com on July 28. “I call my Dolly perfume ‘Scent from Above’ because it is excellently heavenly,” says Parton in a release. “I hope you feel as blessed and as pretty as I do when you wear it.”

According to the brand, the fragrance has notes of mandarin, peony blossoms, jasmine, vanilla, sandalwood, musk and patchouli.

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