By allergic, we'll make the general assumption that she means cheap, overdone fragrances give her a headache, which we can totally relate to.
So Longoria Parker teamed up with the Falic Fashion Group to create the self-titled Eva by Eva Longoria, a kinder (to our noses), gentler take on more traditional celebrity fragrances.
"I have always been somewhat allergic to all perfumes and really wanted to create something that every woman could wear," said Longoria Parker told WWD. "So I decided to create my own fragrance that is light, fresh and unique. I think the scent of a woman is extremely sexy and this scent will prove that."
Featuring top notes of citrus, neroli, bergamot tea and aldehydes, a heart of sheer jasmine, muguet, violet and freesia, and a dry-down of skin musk, amber and sandalwood, Eva by Eva Longoria comes in a bottle that's curvy like the feminine silhouette and will hit shelves in April 2010 in department stores like Macy's, Dillard's and Bon-Ton.
We fragrance haters will be waiting,