I’m getting back into the swing of posting, and I decided to start off fresh by giving the blog a makeover, I’ve spent a lot of time customizing this theme and making it as perfect as I can. I went with a minimalist theme because that has to be one of my favorite themes for all type of design and now that I look at it by blog very much resembles my room… awkward. Anyways I did not intend on this post being about the new blog but rather something I have been getting a ton of compliments on lately, my perfume.
I’ve been using this perfume for years and I think its one that many people over look. Better known perfumes of my friends, others and myself included are Viktor & Rolf Womanity or Flowerbomb, Marc Jacobs Daisy or Lola, Prada Candy, and Tom Ford Black Orchid. While I love all these perfumes my recent favorite and highly complimented is Taylor Swifts original perfume Wonderstruck. I know what you’re thinking not another celebrity perfume but this stuff is seriously amazing. Keep in mind that perfumes react differently to everyone and while something may smell fabulous on you it can be horrible on me.
This scent has transitioned well with me over the years, being that I’m only 20 I don’t want to walk around smelling like cotton candy and bubble gum (I’m sorry but people over the age of 14 wearing pink sugar need to give it up… but to each their own) or don’t always want to be in something overpowering and strong like Viva La Juicy all day this has been the perfect combination. And come on how pretty and bohemian is that bottle, not only do I love the colour but the charms make it unique.
According to sephora.com it has notes of freesia, green tea, apple blossom, raspberry and dewberry. Overall it’s a very citrusy fresh scent, and when I wear it people usually describe the scent as “yummy and fresh” and it also lasts for hours which I love. I could go on about how much I love this but that would just be excessive so I’ll leave the review here with a 10/10 and suggest you to try it next time you’re at your local Sephora or London Drugs or wherever it is you go to purchase you scents because you may end up loving it as much as I do.
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