Beyoncé is a woman who truly seems to do it all: she’s an award-winning recording artist, actress, dancer, spokes model, wife and mother, entrepreneur, and—-last but not least—-the face of her own perfume brand. She was first famous as a member of the R&B trio Destiny’s Child, providing lead vocals for hits like “Say My Name.” She launched her solo career in 2003, showcasing her independent talents on the album Dangerously in Love, followed by other best-selling albums that generated hits like ""Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It)"" and “Drunk in Love.” She has also acted and sung in movies like Dreamgirls and Cadillac Records. Her millions of fans use social media to follow her every move, including her life with husband Jay-Z and their young daughter Blue Ivy.
Beyoncé entered the perfume business in 2010, releasing the fragrance Heat under a licensing agreement with the global beauty brand Coty. Heat was followed by Pulse and Rise, as well assorted seasonal “flankers.” The fragrances range from fruity to sweet to spicy, but they have one thing in common: Beyoncé appears in all their advertisements, sharing a taste of her flawless glamour and impressive talents.