Top teen perfumes

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Top teen perfumes
Teenagers are attracted to designer and celebrity-branded fragrances (teenager image by Miroslav from Fotolia.com)

Teens are primarily attracted to light, fresh scents and like to experiment with different fragrances. And it's not just the girls. According to the July 26, 2005 edition of the marketing publication, "Direct," 82 per cent of American teenage boys use fragrances. Signature fragrances branded by celebrities are particularly popular with teens, especially girls. According to the May 2008 edition of "Fashion Industry Today," celebrity-branded fragrances accounted for 23 per cent of the top-selling 100 fragrances in 2005, and with more than 300 new perfumes introduced each year, competition is fierce.

Curious By Britney Spears (Elizabeth Arden)

Top teen perfumes
Even when a celebrity's popularity dips, her perfume sales remain high with teens. (teenager image by Andrzej Solnica from Fotolia.com)

Curious, inspired by singer Britney Spears, originated in the United States in 2004. Its floral elements come from lotus blossom, Anjou pear, star jasmine, pink cyclamen and tuberous. It has an undertone derived from blond woods, vanilla, musk and sandalwood.

Glo By J Lo (Coty)

Top teen perfumes
Glo By J Lo had one of the most sucessful debuts in perfume history. (perfume 2 image by Paul Moore from Fotolia.com)

Glo has a soft floral scent derived from orange blossom, rose and iris and has an accent of pink grapefruit. Its underlying scents consist of vanilla, soft amber, musk and sandalwood. Glo, inspired by singer/actress Jennifer Lopez, originated in the U.S. in 2002. In its first month, Glo sales reached £11 million. It surpassed its projected first-year income of £30 million in less than 6 months.

Light Blue (Dolce & Gabbana)

Top teen perfumes
Bamboo gives Light Blue by Dolce & Gabbana a clean, fresh scent. (bamboo image by Bube from Fotolia.com)

Light Blue comes from Italy and debuted in 2001. It has a fresh floral and fruity scent consisting of Sicily cedar, Granny Smith apple, bamboo, bluebells and white rose. Subtle accents of amber and musk round out the fragrance.

Sugar (Fresh)

Top teen perfumes
Many of the fragrances most popular with teens are in the citrus family. (Citrus image by Marek Kosmal from Fotolia.com)

Sugar, introduced in 1999, is an American perfume with a crisp, citrus scent consisting of Brazilian sweet orange, bergamot and lemon combined with heliotrope and white lily. It also contains traces of caramel, vanilla and marjoram.

W (Banana Republic)

Top teen perfumes
Honeysuckle gives W a sweet, floral scent that is popular with teens. (Honeysuckle image by StylezInk from Fotolia.com)

W is an American fragrance, introduced in 1995. Its fresh floral scent comes from honeysuckle, Clementine and bergamot essences, combined with the fragrances of green leaves, lily of the valley, amber, musk and white mahogany.

L'eau D'issey (Issey Miyake)

Top teen perfumes
The carnation gives L'eau D'issey a distinctive, crisp scent. (Pink Carnation image by cat from Fotolia.com)

L'eau D'issey is a French perfume introduced in 1992. "Seventeen" magazine describes it as "stunning, luminous [and] classic." It has a crisp, fresh scent of lotus blossom, rose water, peony, white lily, osmanthus and carnation with traces of musk, amber and precious woods.

Close (Gap)

Top teen perfumes
Pink grapefruit has become a popular component in fragrances favoured by teens. (pink grapefruit _3356 image by Hubert Isselée from Fotolia.com)

Close is an American perfume introduced in 2009. It has a crisp floral and citrus scent containing almond blossom, cassis, pink grapefruit, citrus, jasmine, freesia, daphne odora and heliotrope. Its underlying scents are musk, sandalwood, vanilla and transparent amber.

White Tea (Bvlgari)

Top teen perfumes
Lily of the valley contributes its delicate, floral scent to White Tea perfume. (lily of the valley image by Aidairi from Fotolia.com)

White Tea is an Italian perfume introduced in 2005. Its exotic scent comprises green sap, bergamot, mimosa, Prelude rose, lily of the valley and jasmine, with traces of musk, ambrette seeds and iris.

Pure Grace (Philosophy)

Top teen perfumes
Water lily adds an exotic floral element to Pure Grace by Philosophy. (Water Lily image by Duane Keeler from Fotolia.com)

Pure Grace has a soft floral fragrance with overtones of bergamot, water lily, lavender and jasmine and a subtle undertone of musk. It originated in the United States with a 2004 debut.

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