I recently read a review on the new Lush Gorilla Fragrances that basically said they had a stinky hippie vibe going on. I nearly burst out sobbing.
Noooo! Simply not true! I think you have to be a Lush lover to really understand the Gorilla Fragrance Collection. Granted, some of the blends definitely lean towards earthy and in some cases stinky hippie for sure but NOT all of them. I thought some were downright unique and interesting, all the things Lush is, what Lush stands for.
So no I disagree, these are definitely not all about the stinky hippie vibe. I slay anyone who disagrees!
Speaking of interesting, special, and unique, Imogen Rose stands out as all of the above and a fond favorite of all the Gorilla Fragrances released stateside. It also happens to be the most expensive in it’s spray format. The line starts at $29.95 works itself up to $39.95 proceeds to reach $49.95 and reaches it’s final pinnacle of $64.95 for Imogen Rose.
It is understandable that Imogen Rose is the most expensive of the fragrance line considering that it uses a high oil concentrate of rose absolute which does run pricey.
Is it worth the price?
Particularly if you’re a fan of rose scents. I absolutely rose so this is very me.
It’s very floral, very rose-like, however they added a note of baby powder which is absolutely ingenious in my opinion as it makes the scent smell like that fresh baby smell but the rose gives it more of a sophisticated feel.
I wouldn’t call this true rose by any means since the powder does seem to dominate the blend but the rose is prominent enough to make any and all rose fans a lover of this scent.
I tried this in the solid perfume format and I must say I’m duly impressed with these. They last and linger well plus have considerable throw for something in a solid form. And this also allows you to tote around your fav with you when you travel for quickie touch ups on the go.
Imogen Rose is living proof that Lush creates some of the most wonderful, unique, and beautiful fragrance experiences in the world of beauty.
Absolutely adore this.
No stinky hippies here, just pure, gorgeous, flirty fragrance for ladies that love floral perfumes!
Anyone try Imogen Rose?
Any favs from the Gorilla Fragrance Collection?
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