New Benefit Cosmetics Crescent Row Fragrances

New Benefit Cosmetics Crescent Row Fragrances

Following up on their success with the original Crescent Row Fragrances, Benefit has released three new scents in the collection.

Jump ahead to hear about them!

  • Benefit Crescent Row Lookin’ To Rock Rita ($36)

Top notes: lemon, coconut, freesia
Middle notes: juicy fig, hyacinth, violet
Bottom notes: sandalwood, brazilian rosewood, vanilla
Final results: A fruity green, exhilarating yet stylish fragrance!

Benefit Crescent Row Lookin To Rock Rita

  • Benefit Crescent Row Garden of Good and Eva ($36)

Top notes: pear, watermelon, ozone accords, muguet
Middle notes: rosebud, jasmine petals, green violet leaves, freesia
Bottom notes: sandalwood, musk, cedarwood
Final results: A citrus floral that’s crisp & fresh

Benefit Crescent Row Garden of Good and Eva

  • Benefit Crescent Row So Hooked on Carmella ($36)

Top notes: lemon, grapefruit, rhubarb
Middle notes: cyclamen, peony, tiare flower
Bottom notes: vanilla, sandalwood, amber
Final results: A floral vanilla that’s exquisitely feminine

Benefit Crescent Row So Hooked on Carmella

Which was your favorite release from the original Benefit Crescent Row fragrances?

Which of the new three sounds appealing?

All three new fragrances are available now from www.benefitcosmetics.com

  • 6/14/10 13:51 gabby:

    I’d say… Lookin’ to Rock Rita??? I guess??? They all sound nice, but I’ve never tried the others. I love the boxes they come in. Thanks for letting us know, muse!

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    • 6/14/10 14:30 the Muse:

      my pleasure gabby.

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  • 6/14/10 15:27 Sydney:

    I loved My Place Or Yours Gina, and I am really excited to try So Hooked on Carmella.

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  • 8/2/10 19:50 Johanna:

    I finally tried them all, Muse:

    I enjoyed Carmella — it was very similar IMHO to LaVanila’s Vanilla Grapefruit, only the grapefruit-citrus note wasn’t as sharp, and the overall fragrance was a lot softer. Lasting power was pathetic, so I’m better sticking with LV.

    The coconut-vanilla notes in Rita made it smell very similar to EL’s Bronze Goddess, but it had a green overlay as well, which made it a bit more refreshing. I liked it, but again, lasting power was nil, so I’m sticking with Bronze Goddess.

    Eva was very clean, green, and a bit “soapy” smelling. Reminded me of fresh laundry. Unlike the other two, the fragrance was very strong and lasting power was tremendous — I sprayed on in the evening, and woke up with it still smelling strong. Unfortunately, I tend to prefer the sweeter-vanilla smells of Carmella and Rita, so lasting power won’t sell me here.

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    • 8/4/10 15:28 the Muse:

      hey johanna damn girl thanks for the heads up you rock!

      :-D I haven’t had a sniffle yet but Rita sounds divine :-D particularly b/c I love be some EL BG!

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