Say hello to Cé Noir.
Beyonce revealed the name of her new fragrance via Instagram on Wednesday, October 25. “I’m so excited that this is my Cé Noir unboxing and after years of work it’s finally here,” said the 42-year-old hitmaker in black. white-and-white video showing her holding a metal box.
The “No Angel” artist then opened the case to reveal a statuesque bottle inside a cartridge. “I wanted something monolithic, and I wanted something that exuded a little intimacy,” Beyoncé continued before removing the scent from the outer capsule. “This is exactly where you can look into the soul of the perfume,” she explained, referring to the transparent design of the bottle.
Beyoncé then sprayed the scent on her cleavage and shared that she “sprayed.” [Cé Noir] a few times during the show.” She added, “And that’s Cé Noir. Say no more!”
Beyoncé debuted the product on her website in July, revealing that Cé Noir features top notes of clementine and golden honey mixed with rose absolute and jasmine samba. The base of the fragrance is Namibian myrrh and golden amber. The scent, which is still “coming soon,” will retail for $160.
Beyoncé’s return to perfume comes after she released her first-ever fragrance, Heat, in 2010. Packaged in a sexy red bottle, the spray exudes a musky, amber scent mixed with almond macaroon, blush peach and honeysuckle nectar. The perfume is currently priced at $88 on Amazon.
In addition to Cé Noir, Beyoncé is preparing to release a hair care line. In May, just a few days after its launch Renaissance World TourShe posted a carousel with a photo of her sitting at a makeup table, holding a curling iron. Elsewhere in the snap, a row of unlabeled products could be seen on a counter. The jars, which look like spray bottles, were filled with a golden liquid.
In the second slide, a young Beyoncé is photographed styling her curls with curling irons. In the final slideshow post, Beyoncé talked about the collection.
“How many of you knew that my first job was sweeping hair at my mom’s salon?” Beyoncé began. “Destiny’s Child started with us performing for clients while they were getting their hair done. I met so many different types of female entrepreneurs at her salon.”
She added: “I have seen firsthand how the way we care for and celebrate hair can have a direct impact on our soul. I watched her heal and help so many women. Because I’ve learned so much on my hair journey, I’ve always dreamed of carrying on her legacy. I can’t wait for you to experience what I’ve created.”
Beyoncé’s colorist Rita Hazan – who recently gave the Grammy winner a post-Renaissance makeover after the tour ended on October 1 – served Us weekly about the beauty line.
“We talk about it all the time. She asked me a lot of questions, so I am sure it will be phenomenal,” said Hazan Us. “She already has the knowledge from her mother [Tina Knowles]who was previously a hairdresser.”