Cheryl Perfume & Women's Fragrance
Cheryl Ann Tweedy was born in 1983 in Newcastle upon Tyne and grew up on council estates in the neighbouring districts of Walker and Heaton. She has always loved to dance and sing and won won many beauty pageants and talent shows as a child. Her first major media appearance was in a television advert for British Gas in 1990.
In 2002 Cheryl auditioned for the reality television show Popstars: The Rivals and earned herself a place in the new girl group Girls Aloud. The group's first single "Sound of the Underground" went straight to number one - so quickly that Girls Aloud in fact hold the world record for the fastest time between the formation of a band and getting a number one single.
Girls Aloud announced that they were taking a yearlong break in 2009, but before this they had managed to become the biggest selling girl group of the 21st century, with over 4.3 million singles sales and 4 million albums sold in the UK alone.
In 2008 Cheryl became a judge on X Factor and her acts managed to win the contest twice. Her solo singing career started in 2009; just 3 months after Girls Aloud broke up. Her debut album, 3 Words spent two weeks at number one and ended up with platinum having sold more than 900.000 albums. In 2010 Cheryl was the face of L'Oréal joining a long line of beautiful women such as Beyoncé, Linda Evangelista and Jennifer Aniston.
Cheryl has launched her own fragrances, her first fragrance being the floral fruity StormFlower (2014) that places a top note of peach and mandarin on a floral middle note and a sandalwood, vanilla and musk base. It was followed by the release of the floral citrus Storm Flower Eau de Toilette (2015), a scent with a top note of sparkling lemon and sweet, yet spicy bergamot which blends with a floral heart of rose, peony and sensual jasmine in bloom. Warm and inviting base notes of sensual sandalwood, white musk and indulgent vanilla complete this unforgettably sophisticated and enchanting StormFlower.
StormFlower Noir is her third fragrance and was launched in 2015. The floral heart is rich and heady with voluptuous tuberose, orange blossom and a sprinkle of rose petals. The fragrance concludes with irresistible brown sugar, addictive musk and creamy sandalwood.
The result is opulent beauty but with the understated simplicity of Cheryl perfumes: classic, evocative and elemental.