Oh, Baby! Justin Bieber Perfume for Girls Coming Soon to a Mall Near You

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Justin Bieber is creating a perfume. Credit: © Jill Johnson/jpistudios.com

Justin Bieber is not afraid to embrace his sensitive side. He's slapped his name on nail polish. He knows the power of an influential hair cut. His favorite color is purple.

And, now, the teen dream is lending his likeness to perfume. For girls.

Someday, a "fruity gourmand" women's scent will be marketed to 14- to 18-year olds, Women's Wear Daily reports, and will feature a heart-shaped bottle top. All together, now: Awww!

"Let's be real, the way a girl smells is very important to a guy! I have such a deep connection with my fans, so creating a fragrance that I personally love is another way I can bring them closer to my world," Bieber, 17, tells the fashion publication via email.

Proceeds from Someday will go to charities, including Bieber faves Pencils of Promise and the Make-A-Wish Foundation, WWD reports.

Someday will cost you $35 for the 1 oz. bottle, $45 for 1.7 oz. and $55 for 3.4 oz., according to WWD. Naturally, a hair mist will be available for $20, and you can also get Bieber body lotion for $25. The fashion pub says the scent should land in stores such as Macy's, Sephora, Dillard's, Nordstrom and Ulta in June.

Can world domination be far behind?

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