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Smell irresistible with these top KAYALI perfumes

If you’re looking to update your fragrance wardrobe, look no further. Kayali is the perfume brand founded and owned by Mona Kattan, part of the powerhouse sister duo behind global beauty brand, Huda Beauty. The ever-expanding range has taken the scent space by storm over the last couple of years and beauty fans have been lining up to trial the new Vanilla Royale.

We have pulled together our favourite Kayali fragrances that are sure to become staples in your own collections. These beautifully designed bottles also make the perfect Christmas gift for that someone special.

KAYALI Vanilla Royale Sugared Patchouli | 64 50ml, £79.00

Calling all Vanilla Lovers! Get ready for Kayali Vanilla | 28’s boujee big sister, Vanilla Royale! Powerful, intense, and rich AF, this scent is seductively irresistible and will make anyone feel like royalty.

With an enhanced blend of exotic florals, rich spices and dark, decadent notes, Vanilla Royale Sugared Patchouli | 64 unites contrasting textures: gourmand indulgence with rich sensuality for an intense new level of sophistication.

Kayali Sweet Diamond Pink Pepper Eau de Parfum 50ml, £78.90


The spicy yet sweet scent of Sweet Diamond Pink Pepper | 25 combines the spiciness of pink pepper and saffron with sweet Bulgarian Rose and Royal Lily florals for a perfect balance. Deepened with Sandalwood and Golden Amber and intriguingly heightened with sparkling bergamot, this scent is perfect for those who expect a little more from the unexpected.

Kayali LOVEFEST Burning Cherry | 48 50ml, £66.90

 

Celebrate your love for life with this luscious, woody gourmand fragrance and awaken the free spirit within you! The enticing contrast of succulent burning cherries and raspberries accompanied with sweet caramelized praline against the smoky, earthy notes makes this a truly mesmerizing and euphoric fragrance.

 

All Kayali scents can be purchased via Sephora.co.uk using the Klarna App

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