Yay or Nay: Bath and Body Works P.S. I Love You Spring Fling
The new Bath and Body Works P.S. I Love You Spring Fling has hit the streets. Anyone sniff yet or pick it up? It boggles my little mind that the universe does indeed consist of people who love a good floral blend. I personally don’t like floral scents and P.S. I Love You Spring Fling is heavy duty floral.
It’s a blend of honeysuckle that both nauseates me and delights me, truly contradicting feelings on this one.
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Top notes are melon and ozone with sparkling citrus and rose with a middle layer of rose and honeysuckle and a final dry down of musk, cedarwood, and vetiver. What’s that mean? It’s straight up, full in your face floral. Dominate note for me is honeysuckle it’s the first to hit your nose and the last to linger after dry down. It has a slight sweet edge which could be what appeals to me in the end. I was being completely honest when I said it nauseated me. After sniffing it I get that whoozy, OMG I might vomit feeling. Sounds gross I know but quite true.
On the other hand…I kinda like it. As soon as I get over feeling like I’m having a bad case of morning sickness I went back for a second and third sniff and can’t help but kinda sorta like it.
OMG I’m so torn. I probably won’t buy it since I don’t want to appear green around the gills when wearing it.
Probably going to lean towards more of a nay than a yay for me but we’ll see I might change my mind.
Off topic but the name so reminds me of that movie with Gerard Butler and Hilary Swank. Doods, he’s like so Scottish why did they have to give him a bad Irish accent? Or maybe it was me but it sounded like a bad Irish accent. Should have let him keep his Scottish brogue and set the whole movie around Scotland me thinks.
Nay on Bath and Body Works P.S. I Love You Spring Fling.
How about you?
Yay or Nay?