Pernod Ricard is pushing further into the Internet of Things by launching the world’s first connected cocktail library, allowing consumers to put together shopping lists, learn cocktail recipes and order spirits online.
See how it works in this clip:
The new luxurious hometainment device! Enjoy your week! Yours, Fran
Create Your Signature Scent at Home with Fred Segal’s DIY Fragrance Kit
The Blend contains 10 scented roller balls, each numbered and colour-coded, that can either be worn alone or mixed together to create thousands of customized scents.
The kit includes single-note fragrance oils, each one stored inside a convenient rollerball bottle for you to swipe on as you go. While the oils, ranging from clean and citrus to warm and spicy, are intoxicating on their own, the idea is to mix them together to create a scent (or several) that are unique to you alone.
But anyone who’s not so confident in their perfumer skills, need not worry—you’ll also be provided with recipes for 10 different scents to help get you started. So if you want to create “Morning Musk,” all you have to do is apply two swirls of Forest Patchouli on the skin, and then add five swirls of Clean Musk. Blend and voilà—you’re a master perfumer.
The Blend is available for $150 at sephora.com.
Let’s get ready for a crazy New Year’s Eve with scented sparkles! Yours, Fran
Being inspired by yoghurts, the company claims that you can mix your fresh hair cocktail yourself. This could create more engagement and more transparency.
An easy DIY Cocktail for healthy hair.
On top, the base is claimed to be biological and therefore perfect for sensitive skin.
So basically you can chose how much scent you actually want, plus we all become perfume mixer at home 😉
Great idea! Yours, Fran