Just in: Jen Atkin's OUAI is expanding into home

The celebrity hairstylist is lighting the OUAI, adding two signature scents to her lineup.

Ouai Candle new release
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Jen Atkin is showing us the OUAI — the way the best candles, that is. The celebrity hairstylist announced that she's not only expanding her fan-favorite brand OUAI (pronounced: way) but entering the candle game. 

Starting September 7th, the newest category offers not just one signature scent but two. 'North Bondi' and 'Melrose Place' will be available at OUAI and Ulta Beauty, and if you feel like you've heard of these names before, you have. 

Already fan-favorites in the hair and body range, these blends are bound to be marked as two of the best home fragrances in no time! (Or at least, we think so.)

Both selections are constructed from a chemical-free blend of coconut and soy wax and offer an approximate burn time of up to 55 hours. 

Perfect in any bedroom, living room, or study, this candle is housed in a hand-polished concrete vessel that will elevate any space in seconds. Plus, once you've burned through the wax, it can be re-purposed. 

OUAI Candles: What to buy

Whether you find yourself in the market for something clean and calming or fresh and floral, both OUAI candles are magnificent. Continue reading to see which blend best fits you and your home's aesthetic. 

Ouai scented candles

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1. North Bondi OUAI Candle

North Bondi Ouai Candle

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North Bondi Candle for $44, at Ulta

Inspired by Sydney's iconic Bondi beach, the North Bondi candle infuses homes with citrus notes of bergamot, Italian lemon, peony, jasmine, amber, and white musk. 

2. Melrose Place OUAI Candle

Melrose Place Ouai Candle

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Melrose Place Candle for $44, at Ulta Beauty

Spurred by LA sunsets and valet parking, Melrose Place is a velvety rich rose fragrance filled with notes of champagne, pink peppercorn, peony, rose, sandalwood, and white musk. 

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