Etude House Princess Etoinette Eau de Toilette Review
Yes, as you know Etude House Princess Etoinette returns this year and with it a new Etude House Princess Etoinette Eau de Toilette! Girlish, princess-y, and all the good things we know and love about beautiful Korean makeup makes itself known with this new, limited edition, and very sweet Etude House Princess Etoinette Perfume!
This year Etude House Princess Etoinette returns with a Second Season of beautiful Holiday 2013 products. When I first saw the Etude House Princess Etoinette Eau de Toilette I actually thought it was a sparkling mist of some kind kinda like the Body Shop’s Sparkler or the new Prestige Satin Glow Mist.
But actually it is indeed a fragrance mist housed in a cute vintage perfume bottle. The bottle itself is white and has the Princess Etoinette initial emblem on it. The depressor is white as well and has a small piece of ribbon lace attached to it. The bottle is very girlish and princess-y! And of course, goes very well with last year’s offerings!
The actual fragrance is only 1 oz in size but one or two squirts will give you a nice throw and a linger of around three to four hours so not too bad a run for an EDT formulation.
Unfortunately, it falls victim to smelling very grandmotherly or as I refer to it, TP smelling (yeah, sorry, it smells like Charmin Toilet Paper!). At first I disliked it but the more I used it the more I found something to like about it. It comes across a strong dominate rose at first but you’ll get hints of sweet peony as it dries down and this is when it becomes quite lovely. It’s a very youthful scent and quite fun for lighter fragrance days!
The top notes consist of Pink Pepper, Pear, Raspberry and Bergamot with a middle and bottom layer of Peony, Rose, Jasmine, Sandlewood, Musk, and Cedar Wood. If you like rose scented fragrances with a very hint of sweetness you’ll enjoy this!
You can it now at www.beautynetkorea.com or F2Plus1 on E-bay.
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