SPICE UP YOUR LIFE

Vic­to­ria’s Se­cret An­gel Behati Prinsloo on the scents that in­spire her.

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HER HOME...

“Our house al­ways smelled like food. We eat a lot of meat in Africa [Behati is from Namibia], and it was al­ways so de­li­cious. If I could lit­er­ally bot­tle my mom’s home cook­ing, I would! And when it first rains back home, the ground smells in­cred­i­ble. It’s such a dis­tinct scent in my mind.”

HER FRA­GRANCE...

“I’ll put on I Am Juicy Cou­ture in the morn­ing when I leave the house, and I won’t reap­ply it be­cause I love the dif­fer­ent notes and how that later note fi­nally comes through to­ward the end of the day. But if I go out for din­ner, I’ll spray on some more.”

HER MR. CLEAN…

“I hate when guys use too much cologne. It’s a pet peeve— I could scream. I feel like a man should smell clean, and if they do wear any­thing, an oil or musk [is best]. Keep it chill.”

HER BEAUTY BUYS...

“It’s so funny: After 10 years of watch­ing peo­ple do my makeup, I still can’t do my own. I’m fairly low main­te­nance. I use Burt’s Bees cherry lip balm and co­conut oil–I love the way it smells too.” n

I Am Juicy Cou­ture Eau de Par­fum Spray ($89 for 50 mL, at drug­stores and mass­mar­ket re­tail­ers) evokes the “glam­orous rebel” in women, says Prinsloo, the face of the fra­grance. A heady gour­mand, it’s a blend of can­died am­ber ac­cord, vanilla,

rasp­berry, ginger and pink pomelo.

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