CHATTING UP JANHVI KAPOOR
Cosmopolitan India|January 2020
Cosmo caught up with the lovely Janhvi K, the Global Ambassador for United Colors of Benetton (UCB) Fragrances, on the scents she can’t get enough of, her beauty ideals, women she looks up to, and more.

Cosmo: So, what does beauty mean to you?

Janhvi Kapoor: “While I feel there’s no one correct definition of beauty, to me, it means being comfortable and confident about who you are.”

C: You’re the Global Ambassador for Benetton Perfumes; what do you like most about their scents?

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