Nicki Minaj Unveils ‘Pink Friday’ Perfume Campaign Ads

Published On September 18, 2012 | Celebrities

It’s finally here!

Nicki Minaj has been racking up endorsements like nothing and she recently sent her Barbz crazy with the announcement of her debut fragrance, ‘Pink Friday.’

The fragrance is set to debut at Macy’s and hours ago, Minaj unveiled the photos from the ad campaign via Twitter. The images scream pink and in one shot, Minaj stands tall above New York City in a pink ensemble as she holds the ‘Pink Friday’ title above her head. In another, she’s backing the camera and giving a serious face as the perfume bottle stands at her side.

Minaj previously stated that the ‘Pink Friday’ perfume is “a celebration of my life at this moment; it is a reflection of me as a creator, and an expression of me as a woman. I know my Barbz will connect with and appreciate each aspect – from the name, to the outrageous bottle design, to the vibrant colors that create their own song. Pink Friday shows off my personality and style; it’s exciting to express my voice through another dimension.”
She continued, “It seems easy because I always get this feeling inside: I know if something is right or wrong. Each detail needs to ‘wow’ me or it is not an option; that’s my way of composing perfection.”

With that being said, you can imagine that Minaj would have put her all into creating the fragrance and she has chosen quite an interesting array of notes. The ‘Pink Friday ‘perfume is a floral musk with pink floral petals mixed with creamy vanilla and caramelized pear. It also boasts notes of Italian mandarin, among other scents.

Check Out The Campaign Photos Below:


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