Kiss the Girl Eau de Parfum and Kiss the Girl Rollerball Eau de Parfum
The Sephora Disney Ariel Collection means we’ll get a new fragrance inspired by the Little Mermaid. Kiss the Girl Eau de Parfum will be available in a full size 1.7 oz bottle ($58) or if you’re a testing type girl a smaller Rollerball EDP will also be available ($19).
I can’t say I really adored the Cinderella So This is Love Eau de Parfum or Sephora Jasmine A Whole New World Eau de Parfum. I liked them but I don’t think they made as much of an impression as Kiss the Girl does.
Let’s take a look!
Mark Marrakesh Eau De Toilette Spray is a rather visually stunning little fragrance. This comes in a sexy smoky curved bottle with a gold topper. If I rub it will a genie pop out and grant my wish for more hours in the day? I can hope.
This was introduced as part of the new Mark Marrakesh Collection which also features a few gorgeous little makeup pieces as well.
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Missha Not Over You is one of six fragrances in the Leau de Missha Eau de Parfum Collection. Typically Asian brands do a lot of powder-y scents with rose as a main note. I dub them eau de toilet paper because many smell like Charmin. Sorry…but it is true.
Missha is one of the few brands that actually develop complex wearable fragrances that are FAR from eau de Charmin smelling.
Let’s take a look at Not Over You!
Victoria’s Secret Pure Seduction Eau de Parfum is one of two new perfumes that VS introduced recently. Love Spell, a personal favorite of mine, was the other fragrance which I review for you earlier this week.
I’m terribly excited about these fragrances and I have hopes Victoria’s Secret will created more. I’m unsure at this point if these are limited edition. If they are I better stock up because as much as I love the mists and body care I found they have a short wear time and my skin simply sucks them up.
These EDP formulas are much stronger with a longer linger and great throw.
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Bath & Body Works Hello Sugar is back in the form of Victoria’s Secret Sparkling Citrus Lemon Escape!
If you’re old school you probably remember Hello Sugar from Bath & Body Works. It was the shortest launch ever! Seriously, one week they had it and the next it was gone, disappeared, and forever mourned by me. It was a beautiful sugary lemon cakey scent…Just delicious and possibly one of thee most unique fragrances I’ve ever seen Bath & Body Works introduce.
When Victoria’s Secrets recently came out with their new Sparkling Citrus Collection and was quite excited because I really enjoy citrus-y scents especially ones that contain lemon.
Imagine my delight when I discovered Lemon Escape was ALMOST a dupe for Hello Sugar.