Monday, 7 March 2016

Favourite Perfumes

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Read more for my favourite perfumes

I have heaps of perfumes, I don't know where they seem to come from. They just appear and build up (I buy too many really). These four are my absolute favourites at the moment and have taken pride of place on my dressing table, plus they look super pretty.

Chanel Chance EDP
I would say this is my most 'grown up' perfume I own as it has a nice strong scent that lasts ages. I smelt this once on a off chance and knew I needed it, I love floral perfumes and this is just the right amount of floral.

Top Notes: Patchouli, Pink Pepper and Jasmine.

Thierry Mugler Alien
This is a perfume I have loved since I picked it up, I actually got it on a whim over a year ago. It was on offer at the Fragrance Shop and everyone raved about it, so I jumped straight on that bandwagon. Thank god I did. It has a really woody musky (I'm good at these words) smell to it, though it doesn't last all that long I love it.

Top Notes: Jasmine, Amber and Wood.
Base Notes: Amber.

Chloe Love Story*
This was everywhere on Valentines, it seems like everyone had got it as a gift. Obviously the name fitted well with Valentines, but the smell is so versatile that it will suit almost everyone. It's not as 'grown up' as Chanel though it does have a strong scent too, it's a nice floral/fruity scent. Plus how pretty is the bottle?

Top Notes: Neroli, Bergamot, Grapefruit, Lemon and Pear.
Base Notes: Cedar, Patchouli and Musk.

Giorgio Armani Si Intense
I did originally have the first version of this scent but after I had used it all and went to repurchase I noticed the Intense version. It reminds me of Lady Gaga's perfume (which I loved) so I had to get it. Again it's a woody/musky scent but it's got such a sophistication to it, it smells amazing. It's not exactly the cheapest perfume, but it is well worth the purchase. I did review this the first time I got it here.

Top Notes: Blackcurrant, Cassis, Mandarin and Freesia.
Base Notes: Vanilla and Woody.

It's not really the same when you can't smell them, but at least it gives you a little thought of what to smell the next time. I always get a little overwhelmed by the choice in perfume shops, there is so many new releases and even old ones I mean to try and never grab. After a while everything smells the same too! I like to nose into other peoples perfumes then try them myself, otherwise I wouldn't know where to start.

What are your favourite perfumes?

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