Charlie Electric Blue by Revlon Perfume.
A classic in the perfume world since 1973, Charlie Electric Blue is a floral scent for women that has been celebrated in the industry for decades. The most beautiful of green and flowery notes reside at the top of the scent, opening with bergamot and hyacinth with green leaf for freshness. While a hint of wood exists in the heart of the scent in orris root, flowers continue to dominate the middle notes: Carnation, jasmine, lily of the valley and rose.
Finishing off the perfume are earthy tones of oakmoss and sandalwood, sweet vanilla lingering to give an added bit of sweetness in your wake.
The Great Depression mightn't seem like the most convenient time to start a business, but brothers Charles and Joseph Revson worked with chemist Charles Lachman to start the cosmetics company Revlon in 1932. The men sought to use cheaper alternatives to traditional cosmetics ingredients and the company found its niche.
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...
Read more about Revlon