Hello Kitty

Hello Kitty

Whether you are an eternal child, passionate or not of video games or cartoons, you must have heard of Hello Kitty. This fictional character in the shape of a cat is famous for its bright pink color and its pretty little ribbon decorating its head. This one is undoubtedly one of the most famous animals on the planet and it is thus available in multiple accessories. So you won’t be surprised to know that Hello Kitty has also entered the perfume department!

The Birth of Hello Kitty

Hello Kitty is a fictional character that was created by stylist Yuko Shimizu in 1974 when she was working for the Japanese company Sanrio. However, it must be recognized that its name does not sound really Japanese but rather embellishes British consonances. Indeed, this surname was chosen because English culture was at that time very popular with young Japanese girls. The name of Kitty is, moreover, directly inspired by the silhouette of this character because it means “cat” in English. However, Hello Kitty was initially designed for an audience of children. No one knew then that he would become one of the most famous animation characters in the world. An animated series called Hello Kitty made its appearance on Japanese television between 1993 and 1994. It was broadcast in 16 episodes. Its English version, for its part, did not appear until much later, in November 2002. Since that day, a real wave of cats has invaded the world! This is available in the form of video games, 3D productions or multiple accessories. So let’s take a closer look at what is not in terms of perfumery.

Hello Kitty fragrances

The Hello Kitty range is now available in three fragrances intended for to little girls. The first of these is an Eau de Senteur used to perfume the little ones. It is an alcohol-free perfume sewn with fresh and sweet notes made from red fruits. The other is an Eau de Toilette called Hello Kitty, a fragrance full of gluttony and mischief. Like all other Hello Kitty accessories, little girls go crazy! Finally, the last of the collection is called Call Me Princess, enough to decorate the most beautiful fairy tale dresses of your little girls. Of course, each of these juices is available in very colorful bottles. They fit perfectly into the general mood of the Hello Kitty animated films. What’s more, if they make children happy, let’s note that they are also very popular with fans of the character who collect all the objects derived from this endearing little white cat.

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