Holly Valance in the Sugar
Yes, at the beginning of the 2000s there was the "Sugar" as well as the "Girl" and the "Girl". And just in this - probably best and unfortunately sometime stopped Girly magazine -, there was a beauty interview with Holly Valance in one issue. That was the one with the only less good one-hit-wonder "Kiss Kiss", but at that time an icon of all us 13-year-olds, at least almost midwives. And after all, it was said among the boys at that time that the "quite cool". Well then one had to read already once, what the woman uses so to "make beautiful". Her absolute beauty favourites, it said, were read umpteen times and never forgotten: 1.) The anti-blemish solution soap of clinique, 2.) John Frieda Anti Frizz Serum and 3.) Gucci Rush 2. And so we dabbled in the next "Dougi" and of course only got what we could afford, namely the hair conditioner and hey, John Frieda, that was for us then "high end". The Gucci Rush 2, which was only sniffed at first, but of course that had to be done somehow. After some good English work it was time, Mom was in a good mood and I was allowed to choose a perfume. After the first attempt with Hypnotic poison might have been a bit too daring, it had to be Rush. Used for the first time, yes, I think I had a pink "Miss Sixty" top on and maybe boots that were pointed to the front (as I said in the early 2000s) and that was of course the killer in combination with Rush on the playground. Hach, altogether this fragrance has such a great mixture, because it is not teeny-pappig-sweet like Britneys fantasy, but only light and entertaining and what remains is more a fresh sweetness, yes, if the fragrance were a spritzer, it would be a raspberry spritzer. If it were a cocktail, maybe a Virgin Colada served with umbrella. And just like you order one beyond the age of 25, if at all, as "I always drank when I was 16, I want to try again", it's about Rush... at some point, unfortunately, it's over. But beautiful, yes, it was beautiful with him.