Wednesday, 8 April 2015

My Favourite Scents...

I'm not the type of person who has a massive wardrobe full of new clothes, a huge beauty collection, all the things typical bloggers have but as I have posted quite a lot about makeup and beauty I thought I would do a post a little different and talk about my favourite scents. 

I don't have a huge amount of perfume, just a few favourite bottles but the ones I have are some of the best. 

One I have had for a few months is the Boss Orange Eau De Toilette which I just love. It is the perfect scent for the warm weather. It's a fruity scent with hints of vanilla and it isn't too strong. I can just put a little bit of this on my neck and wrists and I can smell it for hours, but its not overpowering. It's one of those that would make people ask what perfume it is, for all of the right reasons. I love the packaging too, this is quite pricey but it is on sale every so often and you can get a smaller version in a gift set too. George got me this for our first christmas and he bought it me again this year for valentines, I think it will be one that hopefully he will get me every so often on special occasions!
Another perfume I use is The Body Shop Amazonian Wild Lily Eau De Toilette. I got this in a huge body shop set. It was over a year ago now but I bought something the body shop had on offer. It was around £80 reduced to £40 but the contents was worth way more than that. It was a bag just full of all their different products and I think there was actually more than one perfume in there. I did a post on it a while ago which you can read here if you want. This just smells really fresh, as described on the website, it has an aquatic scent and it isn't a really strong scent. This is one I just put on if I am in a rush, I also like to spray a bit around the flat sometimes to freshen it up a little bit!
What's your favourite perfume?

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