The Simpsons Perfume & Women's Fragrance

The Simpsons first appeared on American TV in 1987 as part of the Tracy Ullman show, a variety programme. It later got its own time slot and went on to become one of the biggest successes in TV history. The show hasn't gone on without controversy and in the early years, the character Bart was seen as a poor role model which lead to numerous public schools across America banning the merchandise from The Simpsons as they felt it encouraged children to behave badly. The tourist board for Rio de Janeiro also nearly sued the show for creating an unreal image of the city in an episode that took place during one of it's famous carnivals.

Matt Groening is the man behind the characters of The Simpsons and he actually based the names of Marge, Maggie, Homer and Lisa after his own family. He has said that the cartoon is inspired by his own upbringing as well as a parody of American life.

In 2015 for The Simpsons 25th anniversary they collaborated with MAC cosmetics to launch a range of MAC & Simpson themed products with lipsticks, eye shadows, blushers and nail stickers in well-known shades from the show such as Marge Simpson’s blue hair.

In 2000 Air-Val International launched the first The Simpsons fragrances for her. The version for women features wood, green notes and a fresh spiciness with an unexpected balsamic twist! This Simpsons perfume is a perfect gift for any fan of the show and comes in a fun and colourful box featuring the beloved characters from the show.

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