The singer spoke to JLS singer and TV presenter Marvin Humes about creating Storm Flower at a launch event in London.
With top notes of mandarin and nectarine, as well as hints of vanilla, white musk and sandalwood, Cheryl described the scent as "feminine and floral."
She also explained the reason behind the pastel pink and gold packaging by saying, "It looks expensive and premium," and was quick to add that this perfume was all her own doing.
"I've been working on this from scratch," Cheryl told the Mail Online. "Everything from the scent to the bottle design. I didn't want to just put my name to a fragrance.
"It's very me. The smell is not too heavy but it still long-lasting. I always knew what I wanted and what I liked so it was easy for me to create that base straightaway."
The X Factor judge is probably hoping Storm Flower is just as successful as her latest song when it launches next month. She's just claimed her ninth No.1 single with 'Crazy Stupid Love.'
Want to get your hands on Storm Flower? The fragrance will be available from 27 August.
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