I am about to buy the set online, but I don't want to end up not getting what I want - so does this fragrance certificate that is included here http://www.sephora.com/fragrance-deluxe-sampler-fo r-her-P377033?skuId=1457241 really redeem for a 2.5 oz bottle of Daisy Eau So Fresh? Anybody can confirm it I would be delighted to hear! Thank you pretties!
Hey guys, I'm looking for a new perfume. I'm in my late teens, so I don't want a perfume that's too mature but not overly sweet, like what many of the girls are wearing today. I'm looking for something fresh, I guess. I'm also looking for a perfume that lasts longer than the one I'm wearing. I've been wearing Vera Wang's Lovestruck for a while, and I like it, but I'm kind of tired of it. Admittedly, it IS a little on the sweet side for me, but it's not too bad cause the musky notes balance it out somewhat. Any recommendations? Thanks in advance!!
So, Sephora's description of the Daisy Eau So Fresh gift set says that both the rollerball and the fragrance are eau de parfum. I've looked at the same kit at other retailers though and everywhere else says the two are eau de toilette instead. The size of the perfume bottle that Sephora includes in the kit is smaller than other retailers so it would make sense for the bottle to be eau de parfum, but I was just wondering if anyone knows for sure what is included in Sephora's gift set. Thank you!
I got a Michael Kors 'Very Hollywood' sample in a Sephora Favorites holiday pack a few years ago, bought the full size with the voucher, now its discontinued!! Anyone have a recommendation for a fragrance that is similar?
Hey beauty lovers! I'm looking for a new perfume and I'm wanting something flirty, sensual, warm, and maybe a little sweet. Nothing too overpowering or floral. I'm about to finish a second bottle of Prada Candy. I love the scent of Candy, but the lasting power is below average. I've been interested in Chanel Coco Mademoiselle, but I haven't had the chance to sniff it just yet! Other perfumes I enjoy are: Dior J'adore Dior Addict Dolce & Gabbana The One Juicy Couture Viva la Juicy Ralph Lauren Big Pony for Women #2 Marc Jacobs Lola
I posted in reference to my future Paris trip recently and received great feedback from quite a few people. I now wanted to ask about experiences with specific fragrance houses that I've narrowed down onto a short list. They are the following: Nose - http://nose.fr/en/ Le Labo - http://www.lelabofragrances.com/ Annick Goutal - http://www.annickgoutal.com/en/ What draws me to Nose is that they offer rare scents. In regards to Le Labo, they can make you a custom fragrance. (Who wouldn't want that?) As far as Annick Goutal, I love floral, feminine fragrances, but I do know that I can buy these at Nordstroms. However, it may be cool to check out their boutique. Due to the prices of these fragrances (and the fact that I already have 7 different fragrances in my possession), I can probably only buy one. Therefore, I thought narrowing down this further may help me accomplish that. Any feedback or suggestions would be appreciated! P.S. I know everyone is probably wondering why Guerlain is not on this list, but, from what I've seen, their fragrances are cheaper in the US than France.
I am DETERMINED to own one of those beautiful TOCCA bottles of it's the last thing I do! Seriously though, I've tested all the Tocca fragrances about 50 times each and still can't decide. For the price, I want to make sure I will love what I'm getting. Which one do you recommend? Also, I'm aware that Sephora is offering a Tocca trio, which I may very well purchase. But I want your opinions first! *UPDATE* Thanks for the suggestions ladies! I finally got to Anrhopologie today to try out Stella, Florence, Bianca, Cleopatra, and Colette. I could definitely tell why Stella has such a following, but it was a bit light/fruity for what I'm looking for right now. I had a hard time choosing between Florence and Cleopatra...but I'm going with the Cleo. It had a very nostalgic, retro, smells-kinda-like-my-grandma-but-in-a-good-way feel to it that I adored. It's rare to find those old-fashioned scents, so I'm going with my gut and will purchase Cleopatra next pay day! (Florence may soon follow.)
I've been using Ban's "Shower Fresh" deodorant for a while now and I feel like it wears off after a couple hours and reacts weirdly with some of my perfumes, leaving a strange scent on my shirts. I'm looking for something new that is either unscented or has a light scent so that it doesn't clash with my perfumes and of course, BT was the first place I thought to ask my question. So I know it might be kind of weird to ask this, but which deodorant do you ladies use?
I absolutely love wearing perfumes but I have been using the same one for a really long time and I'm just getting bored of it. I've constantly been looking for a new sweet girly scent but I'm having a hard time choosing one. I don't want it to be too heavy but I also don't want to reek like straight up sugar. Any suggestions????
Can anyone recommend a perfume that is woodsy with perhaps notes of sandalwood and vetiver? I hate, hate, hate anything floral or fruity. Any women out there wearing mens cologne because they can't find a woman's perfume they like? Help!
Hi Everyone, When I went to my local Sephora to make a purchase I received a sample of Rockin Rio by Escada and I absolutely love it. I am new to Escada products and I saw this is a limited edition perfume. I was wondering if this is a scent they have every summer (similar to how Philosphy has Marshmallows For Toasting for Christmas) or is this a one time offer? Take care! -Rutile
My wife absolutely loves Taylor Swift's fragrance "Wonderstruck", and I was just wondering how it compares to more exclusive and more well known fragrance brands, in terms of lasting scent, subtleties, and pricing...
I'm looking for a replacement for the now-discontinued Miss Dior Cherie L'eau. I find the regular Miss Dior Cherie (now called Miss Dior Eau de Parfum, I think) and the Eau Fraiche versions to be overwhelming--I think the tuberose note is far too strong, and they both give me headaches. But these are the only two fragrances that I have seen suggested as replacements for Miss Dior Cherie L'eau. Any suggestions for a light but sophisticated floral that is similar to Miss Dior Cherie L'eau?
Does sephora store there perfume correctly ? Because i bought a bottle of coach poppy and when i opened it up in the car the bottles temapature was warm? I am worried that the top notes are ruined. Do the bins sephora stores perfumes in have lights inside them? Beucause I got mine from the shelf. And am wondering if i should have asked for one from the back?
So, I just went through my small bag of sample size perfumes. Let just say I found a new love interest in Versace. I have both the Bright Crystal and Vanitas. Now I can't decide which one I should get. Which one would you guys recommend? Their scents are pretty much on both end of the spectrum. For me Vanitas has a more warm scent to it; while Bright Crystal is fresh and bright.
Normally a sweet & light perfume wearer, I've been searching for something spicy and musky for fall/winter for a couple of years now to no luck. A few suggestions for me to sniff next time I'm in Sephora would be welcomed, thanks! Not sure that it will help for identifying what I like in the spicy/musky category, but my sweet & light favorites are: D&G lmperatrice Chanel Chance Eau Fraiche (the green one) Prescriptives Calyx Guerlain La Petite Robe Noire