Gosh it is still morning right? Maybe not? *looks around* No, sorry, it’s afternoon. I hate Mondays.
It’s sooooo cold outside today. New York is having some fierce weather, bloody cold as all hells outside. Best news ever is my skin is soft as a baby’s bottom, happy days.
I’m keeping Spring in my mind and letting everything come up roses by using a Crazy Stick in Rose A Saigon from Crazylibellule And The Poppies.
Oh my god loves it!
I’m kinda obsessing over these little Crazy Sticks lately. I got a few to test out and they rarely leave my purse. I’m constantly fiddling around with them, applying, reapplying, etc…it’s like a lip gloss for my skin in the fact that I’ve become fixated with application. Must be the cute solid stick form or the fact they smell so luscious, not sure but I’m obsessed I tell ya!
So What’s a Crazystick?
It’s a solid perfume stick housed in a chubby little tube that you can glide onto your skin for a kiss of fragrance. The stick is formulated without alcohol (yay no dry skin), no parabens, and no artificial coloring so sensitive skin types can take full advantage.
The stick format and packaging make it easy to tote away with you as you travel or to tuck into your desk drawer for quickie touch ups on the fly. Each scent stick contains a potent amount of fragrance so you’re left smelling beautifully much as you would if you sprayed your favorite fragrance on.
I’m obsessing over Rose A Saigon at the moment as I adore Rose scents. It’s a very true Rose blend with a dominate floral note but also a slightly sweeter note which candies on my skin and creates a flirty, feminine rose blend that’s irresistible to my nose. Fresh, clean, crisp, with just the right amount of rose as not to be cloying and overpowering.
It’s terribly unconventional to tote around a bottle of your favorite fragrance but it’s not so difficult sticking a Crazy Stick in your purse.
Love the portability, love the variety of scents! Such a cute way to get yourself smelling pretty!
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