March 5, 2014

Glade Limited Edition Spring 2014 Collection

glade spring 2014

I know sometimes I veer away from beauty and into the home fragrance realm so humor me would you? The Glade Limited Edition Spring 2014 Collection is starting to pop into stores and I thought I’d share some of the newest scents with other loves of home fragrance!

Sound good?

If not just ignore this post and skip on to my newer beauty ones! Like how about those gorgeous Jill Stuart Lip Blossom Lipsticks eh?

Glade Dig It
The world is your playground as notes of apple, lilac and peach join hints of violet, muguet and gardenia. The scents of sandalwood and musk join the fun, tempting you to roll up your sleeves, get outside and explore.

Notes of apple, freesia, lilac, peach, cantaloupe, violet, muguet, tuberose, gardenia, sheer musk, sandalwood, touch of coconut.

Glad Dig It

Glade Let Loose
Spring days get a little brighter with the fresh tropical scents of mandarins, pineapples and oranges. Don’t be afraid to let this sun-kissed, fruity scent be your reminder to let loose, and live life with passion fruit.

Notes of mango, grapefruit, mandarin, pineapple, apricot, yellow fruits, passion fruit, sweet musk, tuberose.

Glade Let Loose

Glade Lift Off
Spring is in the air — and in your step! Floral scents of violet and jasmine meet peach and orange for an uplifting fragrance experience that’s sure to make your spirits soar.

Notes of orange, green tea, marine/water, fresh green, crisp ozone, rose, violet + jasmine, muguet, magnolia, musk, amber, peach, woods.

Glade Lift Off

Glade Live Loud
Every day is the first day of spring when your home is filled with the invigorating scents of peonies and orange blossoms. This spring, let the fruity and floral enthusiasm of Glade® Live Loud™ inspire you to get out and make some noise.

Notes of apple, orange, mandarin orange, pear, peach, peony, orange blossom, plumeria, muguet, musk, classic woods.

Glade Live Loud

Glade Splash Out
Shed your winter layers and burst through the stimulating fragrance of spring. Hints of ripe berries and fruit meet sweet vanilla and cream for a fragrance you’ll love to get caught up in.

Notes of apple, sparkling champagne, orange, marine/water, strawberry, raspberry, blackberry, dewberry, apricot, vanilla, sweet & creamy.

Glade Splash Out

These are available in plugins, room sprays, jar candles and some of the scents are even available in the new Wax Melt formulation as well.

Look for them at drugstores and mass retailers like Target and Walmart.

I already picked up Let Loose at Target and loved it! It smells sweet and fruity, quite peachy!

About the Muse

Isabella MuseIsabella is just an average everyday geeky girl who doesn’t blend her eyeshadow correctly, wears too much blush, and hopes she never finds her holy grail products because she likes the thrill of the chase so much. Her mission is to bring you super honest reviews on makeup, skincare, fragrance and all things beauty. She’s in no way an expert on the topic and she sure as hell isn’t a super model. But she’s passionate about makeup and is seeking like-minded individuals that like pina coladas, getting caught in the rain, and ones that enjoy spending hundreds of dollars at Sephora without feeling buyer’s remorse. If you’re that person feel free to reach out and leave a comment or follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Bloglovin‘.

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  • Cj

    So I finally bought myself a tart warmer, it’s actually a 2 in 1 suppose blue it can warm big candles directly in their jar but haven’t tried that yet lol. Recc me some tart brands???

  • Fay. H.

    this collection looks sooo good! I can only imagine how nice the scent will be. Can’t wait for it to show up instore!!!

  • cajuncocoa

    I hope you review things like this more often…I love home fragrance!

  • Evie

    I enjoyed this review. I was debating on trying these scents from Glade. I’ll keep you posted if I pick them up. Thanks.

    • Isabella Muse

      this isn’t actually a review 🙂 just a little post about them but looking forward to what you think Evie if you try ;-D <3!