Although not my favorite scent, Lil’ Angel holds that place, Harajuku Girl, Love, gets the favorite spot for packaging!
She’s simply darling!
To date all the Harajuku Lovers Sunshine Cuties have been absolutely adorable and I’ve had the most fun exploring them but I have to say the cutest of them all is Love. She’s just so sweet!
Although her scent isn’t my favorite, her clothes are or maybe I should say her accessories. Like all the girl’s, Love sports a cute little swimsuit and a hibiscus in her hair, all ready for Spring breakin’ me thinks! However, she’s also sportin’ large sunglasses that dominate her little face and just make my heart go all mushy and squishy inside. I absolutely adore the shades! So cute, so sweet, and so totally seal the deal here that Love is indeed the cutest of all the girls!
Love’s scent is very similar to her original blend aside from the fact that the Sunshine Cutie version is a tad lighter wearin’.
Oddly enough she contains almost none of the same notes as her original blend but she still comes out smelling very similar to my nose. Notes of Nectarine, Passion Fruit, Lemon Blossom, Plumeria, Osmanthus, Rose Petals, Vanilla Orchid, Coconut Water, Sensual Musk, and Sandalwood make her very feminine, flirty, and sensual but she also has a slight subdued, calming floral beat going on as well. The Vanilla Orchid seems to dominate for me and I sadly fail to smell the fruity notes such as passion fruit and nectarine as she comes at me more full frontal floral with a powdery dry down rather than fruity or tropical. She’s very light and ideal for warmer weather however not completely Summer-like but more leaning towards Spring.
If you love Love’s original blend you’re bound to adore her Sunshine Cutie scent as well. It’s quite light and lovely for Spring and of course her sunglasses just speak for themselves in my opinion.
Rock on Love!
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