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Lebanese Nadine Nassib Njeim Represents Carolina Herrera’s New Fragrance

Carolina Herrera just launched its most recent iteration of the Good Girl family of fragrances: Good Girl Midnight. Good Girl Midnight is a luxurious limited edition of the iconic Good Girl scent inspired by the magic and mystery of the night, because when the night falls, true magic happens. Drenched in gold sequins, Good Girl ambassador Nadine Nassib Njeim epitomizes the bold self-assurance and multifaceted femininity that lies at the core of the Good Girl world.

The Lebanese star Nadine Nassib Njeim recently shared a sneak peek of the glittering new bottle on her social media page. She expressed “Thrilled to be the face of Good Girl Midnight, the new fragrance by Carolina Herrera, inspired by the Middle East”!

Exclusively available in the Middle East and lusciously rich, Good Girl Midnight Eau de Parfum transcends the very essence of the original Good Girl. A powerfully feminine heart of Tuberose and Orange Blossom redefines the duality that inspires every Good Girl fragrance. Warming base notes of Tonka Bean, Vanilla and Patchouli are complemented by sparkling Pink Pepper & Almond top notes. Louise Turner, perfumer for the scent explained “I wanted to take Good Girl almost to its limit. Keeping the DNA but creating something that its much richer, more opulent and sophisticated and a little bit more addictive than the original one.”

Good Girl Midnight, comes in Carolina Herrera's iconic high-heeled stiletto bottle, with a toe coated in iridescent gold dust and a deep black lacquer finish. The bottle comes in a festive gold box that is decorated with a geometric pattern that appears like twinkling stars, making it the ideal present.

It's not the first time the Lebanese actress has taken center stage. Nadine Nassib Njeim was listed as one of the three most prominent women in the region and graced the cover of Vogue Arabia in March 2022. She appeared alongside make-up expert Huda Kattan and Jordanian shoe designer Amina Muaddi, who were all recognized as a strong symbol of the contemporary women in the region. 

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