Mod Blush vs. Mod Vanilla? Ariana Grande Reveals Which of Her New Fragrances She Wears the Most

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Ariana Grande is breaking down the difference between her new fragrances, Mod Vanilla and Mod Blush, now available at Ulta.com. Grande took to TikTok with a brief rundown of the fragrances and revealed which once she wears the most.

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“I was so excited to do something different, but I also genuinely fell so in love with these scents that I had to put them both out at once,” she shared in a video posted Thursday (Dec. 1).

The newly blonde singer went through “like 50 testers in the past year” to come up with the fragrance duo, which she noted are “two of my favorites so far.”

Mod Blush and Mod Vanilla “do different things,” added Grande. “I would describe Mod Vanilla as kind of warm and sensual and the more ‘gourmet sexy’ of the two.”

The singer-actress describes Mod Vanilla as a “sister” to her popular Cloud fragrance. The scent features a “gorgeous blend of deep pear” with a “delicate touch” of pink freesia. “I think I wear this one the most,” she revealed.

The “lighter, flirtier of the two,” Mod Blush is a “combination of Italian Bergamot, passion fruit and dark raspberry all beautiful bound together with a touch of pink pepper.”

“I hope you love them as much as I do and if not, that’s OK. I’ll just wear them alone,” she joked at the end of the video.

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Grande showed off her blonde locks in a sneak peak of the fragrance duo last month. In the retro-style video, posted to her Instagram Reels on Nov. 20, Grande channeled ‘60s mod-style in two different outfits, seemingly representing both fragrances. The teaser starts with Grande strutting up to Vespa while wearing white ballet flats before we get a glimpse of the Grammy winner and her blonde pigtails, along with a shot of her eyes in the rearview mirror and tattoos on her hands, and she appears to be wearing her wedding ring.

The retro wardrobe included a white dress and gloves, with matching hoop earrings and a Cult Gaia Diem Top ($278) and Alma Wrap Shorts ($168) in pink.

The 29-year-old singer also shared a photo gallery on Instagram giving fans a closer look at the promo shoot and images of both fragrances.

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Mod Vanilla and Mod Blush were released exclusively at Ulta.com on Dec. 1. Fans can stock up on the new fragrances as well as some of Grande’s previous fragrances like Cloud 2.0 ($68), God Is A Woman ($55), R.E.M. Ea Du Parfum ($45) and Thank U, Next ($45).

In addition to fragrances, Grande’s R.E.M. Beauty debuted at Ulta earlier this year.

Also available at Ulta: Grande’s first ever Fragrance Vault Collection ($150). The collectible keepsake comes free gift of either a robe or throw (offer valid with a $65 fragrance purchase. Excludes CHANEL and Tiffany & Co. Valid thru 12/31/22 or while quantities last). Plus, you’ll get free shipping on all orders over $35.

The Fragrance Vault Collection features a deluxe mini parfum of each of Grande’s fragrances. The record player-inspired gift set includes past limited editions and an exclusive advanced preview of the “Positions” singer’s newest duo collection below.

Mod Blush and Mod Vanilla are available now at Ulta.com and will be released in stores on Dec. 11.

Shop the new fragrances and the gift set below.

MOD Vanilla Eau de Parfum

Price: $68 + free gift with purchase

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MOD Blush Eau de Parfum + free gift with purchase

Price: $68

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Ariana Grande Fragrance Vault Collection

Price: $150

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