Kim Kardashian Sent Drew Barrymore Her New Kimoji Peach Fragrance and She Loves It
Kim Kardashian Sent As we reported on Friday, KKW Beauty has, at long last, revealed the details on the three new Kimoji fragrances launching this month, Peach, Cherry, and Vibes. And if you follow certain celebrities, influencers, and editors on Instagram, you’ve probably noticed that Kim Kardashian West has gotten the scents into some pretty visible hands. Two of those hands belong to none other than beauty mogul in her own right, Drew Barrymore, who shared not one but two Instagram posts about the swag.
The first post was a video with the caption, “Thank you @kimkardashian for sending me the new fragrance! It’s really cool! And smells amazing and cannot give enough props on the fun and inventive packaging! Glad I’m on the list! See you at @beautycon.” In the video itself, Barrymore holds up the Kimoji Peach bottle and says, “I’m in my kitchen, and I have a new piece of fruit — although it’s actually Kim Kardashian’s Kimoji perfume. And I have to say, this is cool packaging. This is super inventive, the scent is beautiful.” She gives an impressed smirk while nodding at the camera in enthusiastic approval. Shortly after the video, Barrymore also posted a still selfie with Kimoji Peach, writing, “@kimkardashian #cutefruit thank you for having me on your send to list! So fun!”
The posts didn’t go unnoticed by Kardashian West, who took to her Instagram Story to repost Barrymore’s testimonials from cloud nine. “This is seriously a dream come true for me!!! OMG @drewbarrymore got my Kimoji perfume!!!” she wrote over one screenshot. Over a second, she wrote, “@drewbarrymore 🍑🍑🍑 I’m literally DYING! Drew is EVERYTHING to me!” #IDOL!!!”
Kardashian West also shared the videos from Busy Philipps, who was thrilled to receive not only the fragrance, but the gummy candy sent with it. Although KKW Beauty says Kimoji Peach opens up with notes of nectarine and peach with accents of floral jasmine and peach blossom and a musky finish touched by sandalwood and vanilla, Philipps had a simpler description: “It’s like a peach fuckin’ Sour Patch.”