Coty celebrate ten years of Jennifer Lopez fragrances with Glowing

10th May, 2012

To mark the ten year anniversary of Jennifer Lopez's JLo Glow, Coty have launched Glowing. The new fragrance was created by Calice Asancheyev-Becker and Caroline Sabas, and was inspired by the smell of Jennifer Lopez' favourite scented candle. The bottle features an innovative technology that gives it the ability to actually light up and "glow" when you spray it.

Notes include Bergamot, Mandarin, Cypress, Orange Flower, Muguet des Bois, Cassia Flower, Sandalwood, Amber Sultan, Vanilla, Vetiver, Patchouli and Cashmere Musk.

Glowing is available on counters this month exclusively at Kohl's. $65 for 75ml.

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    • MonkeyBars | 10th May 2012 19:06

      What is "Muguet des Bois"?

    • JDBIII | 10th May 2012 21:21

      I have a vintage bottle of Muguet de Bois by Coty. It smells like muguet, not much bois.

    • Alityke | 12th May 2012 17:09

      What is Amber Sultan as a note?

      I like and wear JLo Glow but this sound odd

    • Beehles | 12th May 2012 19:28

      I tried this at Kohl's this week. I wasn't really expecting anything special but I was pleasantly surprised. It is a lovely warm vanilla musk. On my skin it lasted about 12 hours. I went back to Kohl's and bought a large bottle. Also FYI...Kohl's puts out great coupons and they are good on fragrance. I used a 30% off so I paid only $45 USD for the 2.5oz bottle.

      I found the light up feature odd and very "gimmicky" but my four-year-old thought it was neat.

    • odioustoilet | 13th May 2012 09:20

      nit picking: Should it not be "Coty celebrates......."?

    • Miss Katrina | 14th May 2012 13:26

      The light up bottle does sound a bit tacky but I like tacky :) The fragrance notes sound awesome too, I'd love to try this, I have a feeling I will like it.

    • MonkeyBars | 14th May 2012 18:45

      That's a British thing. A singular noun which describes a group of people or things takes a plural verb. Americans are more literal.