It's clear from her makeup looks and movie choices that Vanessa Hudgens has an undoubtedly good radar for what's great. Like, High School Musical is the greatest trilogy of all time and you're lying to yourself if you think any different.
But if you were looking for further proof of Hudgens' immaculate taste, allow us to share her favourite fragrance...
Vanessa Hudgens' favourite perfume
While she was initially reluctant to drop its identity (when you find a winner, you want to keep it under wraps), Hudgens did eventually reveal her signature scent as Maison Margiela Replica By the Fireplace Eau de Toilette ($105 for 30ml at MECCA).
See, immaculate taste. "[The Maison Margiela perfumes are] based off of times and places," she explained in a conversation with Harper’s BAZAAR. "So this [one] is like France, 1971, burning wood chestnuts. Mm."
What Vanessa Hudgens' favourite perfume smells like
Hudgens is spot on – inspired by the French ski resort region of Chamonix (specifically as she stated, in the year of 1971), it was concocted to evoke the experience of sitting (as the name would suggest) right by the fireplace.
A warm scent blending smoky woods and smooth chestnut, it also features heady hints of clove oil, spicy yet sweet pink pepper, and a touch of gourmand goodness in the form of vanilla. Sounds like quite the vibe-setter, doesn't it?
Hudgens doesn’t just commit to a daily spritz of the scent while she’s at home, either – she's even nabbed a mini version to take on her travels. “I have the travel bottle to bring on the go – it’s just the best,” she confirmed.
Want to follow suit (or just want to sample the scent more affordably)? Grab the Maison Margiela Replica By the Fireplace Travel-Sized Eau de Toilette ($50 for 10ml at MECCA).
How Hudgens' fragrance taste has evolved
Her newfound love for rich, spicy, smoky fragrances proves how Hudgens' fragrance taste has grown up over the years – she used to solely love the sweet stuff. “In the past, it’s traditionally been Aquolina Pink Sugar Sensual. It’s really sweet,” she told Hollywood Life back in 2010. It’s since been discontinued (devastating, we know), but here’s a glimpse at the vibe; we think it says everything you need to know...
“But the older I’m getting, the more spicy I want my scent to be, so I’m trying out all sorts of new things,” she added in her 2010 chat. Mission accomplished! It doesn’t get much spicier than her current fave, and it doesn’t get much chicer than Maison Margiela.