It’s no secret that the world’s most powerful woman is no stranger to styling her hair, but her newest fragrance, “Truly the Best,” offers some serious advice for the rest of us.
The oil was released to coincide with Paloma’s 25th birthday, but the beauty mogul is already starting to get noticed.
The brand, which Paloma co-founded with her father in the 1970s, has been making a name for itself in the beauty industry since 2012.
Its debut was inspired by her mother, who loved to make perfume and makeup for the brand.
Now, Paloma has released her own “Totally the Best” oil, a fragrance that combines floral notes with citrus and woody notes.
It’s a scent with the ingredients of both her mother and the legendary Parisian designer Dolce & Lavender.
The scent, which is available exclusively on the Paloma website, contains ingredients like cedar, ambergris, black currant, geranium and lemon balm, which are all from her mother’s family.
Paloma told The Daily Beast that she wanted the oil to be unique, but that she also wanted to make it easy for her fans to use.
“I wanted to show the beauty community that it’s not just for the women who are rich, but it’s for everyone,” Paloma said.
Her goal with the new fragrance was to show “that you don’t have to be rich to have beautiful hair.”
The scent was released on Friday, May 25, at 9 p.m.
It comes in four shades, which range from light to intense.
It’s available at the Palomar boutique in New York City, and will be available online starting June 5 at 10 a.m., according to the company.
Paloma was not available for an interview, but she told The New York Times that she’s proud of the new scent.
“I want people to know what I think is beautiful,” she said.
“I think it’s important to create the best and the most beautiful.
It shows people that we can do this.
It is what it is.
I think it shows that I’m not alone in that I am not the only one who can create something beautiful.”
While the new oil isn’t Paloma alone in her desire to create a more modern, feminine beauty, she does believe that it should be.
The New York-based cosmetics company was founded by Paloma when she was just 19, and her father ran it for 15 years.
But as Paloma grew up, she became more of a follower.
As she started to make more money, she wanted to be able to spend more time with her family, and she started working at a fashion boutique.
She was then asked to help her dad run the company, and the family ended up becoming one of the most influential in the world.
So Paloma decided to step into the shoes of a fashion brand’s founder.
She went to work for Ralph Lauren in the mid-2000s, where she started by working on their hair.
While working at Ralph Lauren, she would make up the brand’s signature oil for men, which was a combination of lavender, rose, and ambergriss.
She would then blend it with a lotion, and apply it to their hair, often on the sides and sides of their heads.
One of Palomas first clients was then-fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent, who introduced her to her mother.
In 2013, Palomacas father, Loupe Pascal, was appointed head of the cosmetics company.
In 2016, Palomas son, Nicolas, was named CEO of the brand, and he was named its president in 2017.
Pascal also made a point to include women in the team.
In 2018, the company announced Paloma as its first female executive, and in 2019, she was named the brands first female board member.
With Paloma, Pascals ambition to create an environment that encourages “beauty as the feminine expression of the feminine, not a luxury or a product,” and the company’s dedication to gender equality, the brand is now recognized as one of many successful women in fashion.
A spokesperson for Palomas parent company, LVMH, told The Times that Palomaco has never been approached to run her own brand, but they do have an “in-house team” of female designers.
At this time, it is unknown what role Paloma will have on the new cosmetics line.
For more on Paloma and other celebrity women in beauty, watch The First 100 Days of 2018.