Charlie Chic by Revlon Perfume. The oriental Charlie Chic perfume launched back in 2009.
It includes fruity, spicy and floral notes along with patchouli, amber and sandalwood. This fragrance is a spin-off of the brand's iconic Charlie perfume from 1973. Charlie was designed for independent women, and its ads famously featured a model wearing slacks.
Chemist Charles Lachman founded American cosmetics company Revlon with Joseph and Charles Revson. They started the American brand in 1932 and
initially sold solely nail polish. The company then expanded into manicure tools before adding fragrances in 1935 and lipstick in 1940. The brand went public on the stock exchange in 1955 and began selling its makeup internationally a few years later. Its foreign ads still rely on top models and promote the "American look." Thanks in part to its international success, the brand is still one of the top fragrance and cosmetics manufacturers in the world. Besides Charlie, some of its other famous perfumes include Jontue, Enjoli and Ciara.
Gimme a “REV”—gimme an “L”—what does it spell? Revlon, founded in 1932 by Charles Revson, brother Joseph and chemist, Charles Lachman, the “L” in Revlon, began with a single nail polish. Revlon’s world-wide stature as a leading mass marketer of beauty products, cosmetics and fragrances earned it iconic consumer branding. Its products sell in more than 175 countries. In 1973, Revlon launched the Charlie fragrance for the young, professional woman...
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