The Clarins Group brand's Wanted Girl scent is the latest flanker to its original male fragrance from 2016
Arcade Beauty is offering a new twist on sampling with its new rollerball solution for luxury brand Azzaro's Wanted Girl fragrance.
Designed to offer consumers precise application, the ampoule is said to be "fun, girly and innovative", according to Isabelle d’Aspe, International Marketing Director of Azzaro owner Clarins Fragrance Group.
The ampoule was created in partnership with French packaging company Seriplast, and reveals its rollerball applicator when broken.
Injected in PP, it comes in a light pink shade to complement the fragrance, and is finished off with the brand's logo in dark silk screen printing.
Following last year's Wanted by Night as well as the original Wanted scent from 2016, Wanted Girl is a floral, oriental and gourmand scent described as 'the ultimate dose of sparkling femininity'.
It features top notes of ginger blossom, orange blossom, pink pepper and pomegranate; a heart of datura and dulce de leche; and base notes of Haitian vetiver, tonka bean and patchouli essence.