I admit I have an unhealthy obsession with Estee Lauder shimmer powders but lord above have you seen this one yet:
Combing a marbelized shadow with shimmering golds, apricots, pinks, and peaches Estee Lauder Glided Rose Shimmer Powder screams Muse friendly! It looks positively lush doesn’t it? I’m so running to my nearest counter to have a lookiee and a swatch, I’m thinking it’s a WANT!
My sister is a real fan of clean scents. Cotton, linen, etc….really appeal to her. I can’t really say the same as I’m more of a sweet, fruity type myself. Recently, I tested out Estee Lauder Pure White Linen Coral and was pleasantly surprised at what a fresh, clean scent it was.
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Although fruity blends speak to me in the Summer I admit that the freshness and gentleness of Estee Lauder Pure White Linen Coral seems an ideal scent for warmer, humid weather. The fragrance has a certain contradiction of complexity and simplicity. With notes of Chinese Berry, Pink Peppercorns, Apple Blossoms, Waterfruits, and Cear Aldehydes it combines to create a fresh, floral, crisp, clean scent that’s sure to please anyone who can appreciate a softer fragrance.
Linen does come to mind when it hits my nose first spray. Inviting and soft like a towel from the dryer. Drown down is more of a crisp, floral that still manages to remain fresh with an every so slight sweetness.
Truly Estee Lauder Pure White Linen Pink Coral is something special. I’m really enjoying this one for warm Summer evenings.
Beautiful, simply beautiful.
Who might like this?
- Anyone who adores very fresh, clean scents.
- Anyone who enjoys a lighter scent for the warmer weather.
- Anyone who adores scents that are both fresh and floral.
Anyone smell this yet or buy?
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It’s getting to be that special time of the year kids. Tans, beaches, swimming, humid nights, and long, warm days are ahead! Start getting your Summer on now with Estee Lauder Bronze Goddess Eau Fraîche Skinscent.
This is my first run in with the Estee Lauder Bronze Goddess fragrance line up. Although it’s been released from year to year, the Muse somehow missed it’s amazing scent. Now that she’s hooked she’ll def be making it part of her Summer must have selections!
With a sensuous blend of bergamot and mandarin this scent engulfs you in it’s warm heat and makes you think of the hot beach with the scent of tanning oil in the air. Rounded up with hints of coconut, gardenia, amber, and sandalwood the fragrance toys with you nose and captures the true essence of what Summer is all about, heat, warmth, and the boiling sun!
Freaking loves it!
The bottle is 3.4 oz in size and $52 USD. It’s an Eau Fraîche which makes it considerably lighter wear than a typical EDT or EDP but that doesn’t keep it from having a good throw and a nice long linger especially in the warmer weather, seems as my body chemistry rises the scent intensifies into a unique fragrance experience.
The Muse thinks Summer is starting off on the right foot with Estee Lauder Bronze Goddess Eau Fraîche Skinscent in her fragrance arsenal! She’s ready for the warm weather, bring it!
Estee Lauder Bronze Goddess Eau Fraîche Skinscent is Muse Approved for purchase. Get some, I think you’ll loves it as much as I do.
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If you’re a big fan of the Estee Lauder Pleasure line you’ll be excited to learn that this Spring they have released three brand new variations of the line in a brand new formula!
Estee Lauder Pleasures Splash is available in three new scents with a brand new lighter formula to wear all over your body for a refreshing burst of pretty scent, perfect for Spring wear! The sheer, refreshing splashes are available in three unique blends for $52 USD each in 8.2oz size (whoa big!). The size of the bottle is impressing as heck as I recently tried out Jasmine Violet and was shocked at the huge size! What was also particularly a surprise was how well the scent lasted and lingered for a body splash. I wore mine most of this week from morning till evening without touch up in between and it lasted all day with a pleasant, soft floral throw.
Estee Lauder Pleasures Jasmine Violet Splash is a soft floral that blends fresh violet with notes of jasmine. At first sniff I thought it smelled somewhat like orchid but after it settles you’ll be able to get a dominant note of violet with touches cool cucumber and a certain fresh greenness. Notes also include carnation and tuberose. I’m big on florals but genuinely liked this.
It’s large size and nice linger have tempted me to head to the counter to try out the other scents available in the line which are Sandalwood Amber and Baie Rose Peony.
If you’re looking for a simple, refreshing, light scent for the Spring/Summer I highly suggest trying out the new Estee Lauder Pleasures Splash. Quite an interesting little collection for the warmer weather ahead especially if you’re a big lover of floral blends.
Everyone is jumping on board the cream shadow bandwagon! Gotta loves it. I’m particularly in lust with the new Estee Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place ShadowCreme release as I’m liking the colors!
Estee Lauder Double Wear Stay-In-Place ShadowCreme and Eye Pencils come in brilliant, creamy color that lasts all day! The way Estee Lauder is pimping these shadows it appears they will last all day without budging for extreme long wear, likey! Brilliant, stay true color for 15 hours according the promo, whoa, hello long wearing shadow please to meet you! The formula guarantees it won’t fade or streak in heat and humidity thanks to a special blend of film formers which optimize the shadows long wear properties!
The shadowcreme’s will be released in 10 shades for $17.50 USD each. Shades include Pink Blush, Vintage Violet, Antique Gold, Ivory Lace, Precious Jade, Golden Apricot, Silver Leaf, Blue Velvet, Sea Mist, and Lilac Petals.
Match eye pencils are available in seven shades for $19 USD each. Shades include Black, Richest Coffee, Forest, Midnight Blue, Black Plum, Graphite, and Bronze.
I have my eye on the creme shadows in Antique Gold Golden Apricot, and Pink Blush as they look quite nice for Summer wear.
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