Billie Eilish Unveils Her Second Vegan Fragrance. Here’s Where to Buy It

|Updated Nov 29, 2022
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Billie Eilish unveiled her new vegan fragrance to her 107 million Instagram followers this week. Called Eilish No. 2, the scent embraces the sultry, alluring side of the beloved Grammy Award-winning singer. Similar to her entire brand, Eilish's newest fragrance uses exclusively plant-based ingredients and omits all animal testing typical of many cosmetic brands.

“I really liked the idea of a darker, rainy world for Eilish No. 2,” Eilish said in a statement. “We started with the original ‘Eilish’ elements of warmth and sweetness, but then added spicy and woodsy elements for a more sultry, and wet feeling.”

The pop icon debuted Eilish No. 2 with the help of beauty company Parlux, which previously worked with Eilish to produce her eponymously named vegan fragrance last year. In contrast to her previous sweeter fragrance, Eilish No. 2 blends together Fresh Italian Bergamot, apple blossom, papyrus, and black pepper to create a "woody" and "seductive" aroma. The fragrance also features notes of wild wet poppy flowers to contrast its earthy, musky base.

“The launch of Eilish was a worldwide success. It was exciting to see fans respond so enthusiastically to Billie’s debut fragrance, a scent that she had been chasing for years,” Lori Singer, President of Parlux, said in a statement. “As a passionate fragrance enthusiast, Billie was excited to develop her new scent, and took time out of her busy schedule to come to the fragrance lab to meet and work directly with the perfumer. Billie knew exactly what she wanted to create; a wet, rainy, sultry, woody floral scent called Eilish No.2.”

The new fragrance is available now at the celebrity's website,

Eilish's Vegan Fragrance

Last October, Eilish teamed up with Parlux for the first time to develop her first cosmetic product, Eilish. The original plant-based fragrance featured a lighter, sweeter blend, mixing together a musky, woodsy base with mild spice, vanilla, and deep cocoa. The scent contained notes of red berries, juicy mandarin, and sugared petals.

“I wanted it to feel like a warm embrace. Like what it feels like to feel your blood rushing through you,” Eilish said about her perfume at the time. “It’s a scent that I’ve been chasing for years and years and years. It’s my favorite smell in the world. My favorite smells are these amber-colored smells, me, in my brain. I have a really strong nose, and since I was like a little kid, smells are all I think about.”

Perfumes can contain several animal-derived ingredients such as musk. Musk is derived from either Kasturi or Musk deer, but Parlux and Eilish teamed up together to develop fragrances that do not require animal-based ingredients. Also, unlike several other brands, these fragrances are completely cruelty-free.

Billie Eilish's Vegan World

Eilish secured world fame with her singing and performances, but the world-renowned star has used her voice to advocate for animals and the planet. The pop icon –– who went vegan at the age of 12 –– won PETA's Person of the Year Award last year for her dedication to the environment and animal rights. For example, Eilish's Happier Than Ever world tour uplifted local non-profits at every stop and asked fans to adopt a vegan diet for 30 days with the help of Wicked Kitchen and Support + Feed.

Eilish has also partnered with several other brands such as Nike and Oscar de la Renta to develop plant-based and sustainable apparel. The star launched a selection of slime green Nikes made with vegan leather and convinced Oscar de la Renta to drop fur in time for the MET Gala last year. Eilish, who co-hosted the MET Gala, also introduced a fully vegan menu for the first time in the event's history.

Celebrities Supporting Vegan Beauty Products

Eilish's involvement in vegan cosmetics is joined by a growing cast of A-List celebrities including Ariana Grande, Rihanna, and Harry Styles. In 2021, Grande launched her vegan perfume titled God is A Woman after her double-platinum single, and rock star Styles debuted a nail polish line called Pleasing last November.

Other celebrities working and investing in plant-based, cruelty-free beauty includes Jennifer Anniston, Michelle Obama, Nicole Kidman, and many others. To see which of your favorite celebrities are helping promote the sustainable beauty market, check out The Beet's list of celebrities investing in vegan beauty.

For more plant-based happenings, visit The Beet's News articles. 

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1. Paul McCartney

Sir James Paul McCartney is no stranger to a meat-free life as he's been vegetarian for 45 years. He initially went vegetarian in 1975 with his first wife Linda McCartney and began his advocacy for animal rights.

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2. Sia

If you find yourself constantly singing along to the song The Greatest, then you're already a Sia fan. Sia tweeted that she is "fully vegan now" back in 2014 and stays true to her word

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3. Sandra Oh

Way back at the start of Grey's Anatomy, Sandra Oh took the cast out for a plant-based lunch at Truly Vegan in Hollywood. In her effort to inspire contemporaries to eat vegan, the TV star is known to invite her friends for vegan meals that are delicious. She adopted the vegan lifestyle years ago and continues to quietly live a cruelty-free life.

4. Gisele Bündchen

Giselle revealed that when she was at the peak of her modeling career, her diet consisted of "cigarettes, wine, and mocha Frappuccinos," according to an interview in People Magazine. Now 39 and the mother of two children, Gisele eats a "mostly" plant-based diet to nourish her body and stay fueled.

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5. Alec Baldwin

Alec Baldwin has made a bigger commitment to plant-based eating since he was first told by doctors that he was pre-diabetic and needed to change his diet. That was decades ago. But, over the last few years, he's been vocal about the benefits not only to his health but also the impact plant-based eating has on the environment.


7. Pamela Anderson

We all remember Pamela Anderson as the curvaceous blonde in the hit series Baywatch as she played Casey Jean in the red one-piece swimsuit that brought her world-class fame. She is a life-long active animal rights advocate and teamed up with PETA to join the Animal Protection Organization.

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8. Kristen Stewart

"We shouldn't eat as much meat guys," Kristen Stewart told GQ in an interview in January. The Twilight star has made a full 180 from vampire to vegan. When she appeared on the game show "Hot Ones" she chose to skip the wings and instead compete by eating increasing spicier sauce on vegan cauliflower wings.


9. Jared Leto

This award-winning actor eats a high-protein diet consisting of only plants. Leto, who has been plant-based for 20 years, says it keeps him "shredded" in an interview. Now, 48, Leto looks half his age.


10. Jaden Smith

Jaden Smith switched up his diet from vegan to vegetarian, meaning that he doesn't eat meat but does eat dairy from time to time. In a recent article by Plant Based News, Smith admits he skipped meals and was not getting the proper nutrition when he was vegan, but this hasn't stopped him from espousing the plant-based life.

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11. Meghan Markle

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex has never admitted to being fully vegan, but sources say, she eats a plant-based diet most days during the week. She is teaching Prince Harry vegan cooking and in a Plant-Based News article, Markle explained how she hopes to raise baby Archie on a mostly vegan diet.

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12. Serena Williams

As a professional athlete, fueling the body is a key factor to Willaim's successes. In a Bon Appetite article, she explained that she adopted a plant-based diet back in 2012, she was eating a lot "healthier" for her sister, Venus, who eats a strict vegan diet for health reasons.

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13. John Mackey

The popular grocery store, Whole Foods Market sells vegan products and nonvegan products which arises black lash from ethical vegans as CEO John Mackey follows a strict vegan diet. The successful businessman grew up in Houston Texas and told Business Insider that he would traditionally eat processed foods for dinner while watching TV with his family. Now, Mackey steers clear from the processed isle and eats a clean vegan diet and feels amazing at the age of 65.

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14. Jason Mraz

Jason Mraz, singer of the popular song, I'm Yours, committed to a vegan diet to support his friend diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. Mraz says he eats mostly raw food and told magazine sources his favorite vegan dish is "Chocomole, a mixture of avocados, dates, cacao, agave nectar, and coconut oil."


15. Leona Lewis

Long time vegan, Leona Lewis grew up in a vegan household and continues to eat a plant-based diet. Lewis first adopted the diet at 12 when she learned about the health risks of eating animal products but told Women's Health Magazine she occasionally eats an omelet. She also mentioned her 2:30 lunch is normally a kale salad topped with dried cranberries and she loves a veggie stir-fry for dinner.


16. Hannah Teter

Hannah Teter changed her diet after watching the documentary, Earthlings when she discovered how "horrible" factory farming is. After a strict vegetarian diet, Teter liked the way she performed as an athlete and believes that her diet helped her win gold at the 2006 games.


17. Maggie Q,

You may recognize Maggie Q as the star of the Nikita series, but in the plant-based world, she's well-known for her heroic activism. Maggie Q has followed a strict vegan diet for 19 years, making her a true veteran of the lifestyle. She made the plant-based diet transition because she felt sluggish and had low energy, she has said. The famous actress keeps in shape by eating veggies and plant-based protein and working out with a passion.

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18. Madelaine Petsch,

Winner of the first Masterchef vegan cook-off with Gordon Ramsay, Madelaine Petsch was raised vegetarian and went completely vegan at age 14. She claims that she started this diet before it was "trendy" and shot a campaign for PETA last year wearing a dress made of bok choy. Petsch says her vegan diet allows her to feel "healthier" and not "lethargic."

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19. Millie Bobbi Brown

After doing a little sleuthing on her social media platforms we think Millie Bobbi Brown qualifies as plant-based. Whether or not she is actually skipping all meat and dairy, one thing is for sure: She eats mostly salads, vegetables and grains and lives a predominantly plant-based lifestyle full of healthy foods.


20. Chloe and Halle Bailey

The grammy-nominated sisters went vegan for a week with their mom but liked it so much they decided to stick with it. For one thing, it helps keep their "voices in shape" by eating a vegan diet and they emphasize the fact that dairy helps to limit extra mucus build-up, according to a PETA interview.

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21. Hilary Duff

Best known for her role as Lizzie Mcguire in the long-running series, Hilary Duff is a recent vegan advocate and entrepreneur. She recently launched the vegan and cruelty-free eyeshadow palette, "Day Dreamer" and changed her diet to plant-based last fall.