I’m one for purchasing obscure, unique fragrances. I love hunting around e-tailers, or Etsy, and other small shops to discover new and interesting fragrances to try out.
Tokyo Milk is one my favorite Indie brands that has a range of fun fragrances you might want to try out if you’re bored with the normal scents available at your local counters.
Kate Wash Boyfriend Eau de Parfum is a most interesting, disappointing, wonderful, unique fragrance experience if ever there was. There’s alot of hype surrounding this fragrance and a hell of alot of ingenious marketing to go along with it.
I was telling you last week I wasn’t quite sold on it when it first launched but soon became interested after experiencing the fun commercials and adverts that went along with the fragrance’s release. The fragrance has a nice buzz surrounding it and I’m slowing understanding why but it has a few quirks to go along with the hype.
I purchased it so I could experience first hand what all the excitement was about.
These are my thoughts.
I really love Victoria’s Secret Beauty Rush Body Sprays however I do not like the greasy double mist formula. We’ve been through that before eh? But it’s a great introduction to the new Victoria’s Secret Beauty Rush Crazy for Love Body Mist.
Crazy for Love is NOT a Double Mist. In my experience with the Beauty Rush range this has only been done once before with the Pool Party Collection.
They REALLY need to do it more in my opinion!
Let’s jump ahead for a peek at Crazy for Love.
Recently The Body Shop introduced its new Dreams Unlimited fragrance. It’s uplifting floral scent inspired by The Body Shop’s late found, Dame Anita Roddick.
I’m always a fond fav of anything The Body Shops creates so I was curious when I got a bottle of Dreams Unlimited to try out.
Let’s have a look!
I’m loving on Ed Hardy Born Wild Eau de Parfum at the moment. Ok, ok no one give me a hard time as I know some of you dislike Ed Hardy with a passion but I really love the scent.