New Fragrances Capture Lifestyle of ‘The O.C.’

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<p>(<a href=NewsUSA) – First came the wildly popular TV series, “The O.C.,” then came the ringtones, wallpaper, buddy icons and music compilations.

And now, to make the O.C. lifestyle complete, there are signature fragrances – The O.C. for Her and The O.C. for Him – inspired by the show.

Set in the affluent, harbor-front community of Orange County, Calif., “The O.C.” lets the rest of us live the life of the privileged, if only for an hour a week. Millions of viewers tune into the show to follow the glamorous lifestyle of its captivating characters.

The new fragrances, created by AMC Beauty, a marketer of licensed personal care products, capture the seductive Newport Beach lifestyle. Like the show, the fragrances are all about “the self-expression of today, what’s hip and what’s new,” according to AMC Beauty.

In The O.C. for Her, top notes combine juicy mandarin and florals. Middle notes of hibiscus, tuberose, jasmine and freesia, with accents of white peach, guava and nectarine lead the way to a foundation of white amber, vanilla and clear musk, creating a scent that is ideal for either day or night.

The O.C. for Him begins with a fresh scent of mandarin, citron and bergamot. The middle consists of a masculine yet fragrant combination of lavender, rose and jasmine laced with spicy accents of black pepper. An accord of golden amber and clear musk blended with patchouli and other sensual woods concludes the fragrance.

Since its debut in 2003, “The O.C.” has attracted legions of viewers and devoted fans that buzz about the show in online message boards and eagerly speculate what the next episodes will bring.

The fragrances, introduced just in time for the show’s fourth season, are available at select retailers nationwide. “The O.C.” airs Thursday nights on Fox at 9 p.m. Eastern /8 p.m. Central.

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