Are you a Betty or Veronica?

Are you a Betty or a Veronica?
Both of the iconic characters have their own personalities, style and even scents.

Veronica Lodge has always been described as rich, fabulous and spoiled. But her capabilities run much deeper. She has seen the world and been everywhere. She sees a side of life many do not and she shares the opportunity and access with her friends. She uses her position to better the world.

Veronica Lodge is a model I follow. She is capable, smart, and organized. She has C.I.A.: Confidence, Intelligence, Allure!!!

Veronica shows great facility in her fathers business transactions, she is a leader of the future and she will do what ever she chooses in her career path. … and she changes it often. She is a character that allows our writers to make her complex, vibrant and lovable. She has the determination to follow her dad’s business sense but challenges him where needed. Mr. Lodge has been often influenced by her insights.

Veronica’s scent fills the air with determination, and a passion for change.

Betty defends equal political, economic, and social rights for women. She reaches for the stars and keeps her feet on the ground. She is the quintessential girl next door but with oh’ so much more.

Betty is self reliant. She has tremendous patience and is grounded. She has strong ethics and strives to succeed and help others without compromising her morals. Betty gracefully and creatively gets the right results.

Betty is the most feminine “tomboy” the world has ever seen. She is not shy to take on what was once considered traditional men’s interests and do it in dresses or jeans. She can rally Archie, Reggie, and Jughead, or beat them at their own game…. if it is not getting done she will get it done. Betty represents the core belief of dreams that extend beyond gender limitations and social boundaries, and propels those dreams to soar out into the world from her own front porch.

Betty’s scent is how a woman gets things done. Now that is an attraction.

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