Pour le Monde: For the World. Ever on the hunt for natural fragrances, I stumbled upon Pour le Monde and was instantly captivated by their clean and elegant packaging. 3 clear bottles with pastel labels called out to me, and I wanted to know more. I received a sampler trio ($23) of their fragrances, and they are all unique – and completely different … Continue reading Pour le Monde Perfumes
Finding natural perfumes can be really difficult. Many that I’ve tried smell less like a true perfume and much more like an essential oil blend: there’s nothing wrong with that but I personally am a perfume aficionado. I want my natural, green, clean perfume to smell like a perfume! Florescent is dedicated to creating natural, botanical perfumes free of parabens, pthalates, or synthetic ingredients. All … Continue reading Gateaux by Florescent
I first saw Urban Forest Perfume Co. while perusing Instagram for natural perfumes. Finding natural perfumes has been no picnic, especially ones in a spray format vs. a roll on. I was fortunate to have the luxury of sampling these beautiful fragrances, and let me just say, it was love at first whiff. They are all completely different in nature, and so, so beautiful. Originally, … Continue reading Urban Forest Perfume Co. Reviews
Ellis Brooklyn Myth*: my newest obsession. Why hadn’t I ever seen or heard of this brand before??? The full-sized bottles were elegant; the gold lettering jumping off the matte black label, a heavy-looking black cap adorning the top. A quick scan of the page led me to the name Bee Shapiro, the creator of Ellis Brooklyn, so I searched her name on Google wanting to … Continue reading Ellis Brooklyn Myth Perfume
When I was a little girl, I loved going with my mom to Ulta. That’s where my initial love of beauty came from but especially my love of perfumes and all things that smell good! Does anyone else remember Calgon body sprays? I couldn’t get enough of them, specifically Turquoise Seas. Once I hit middle school, I’m pretty sure I was drenched in Davidoff Coolwater … Continue reading Can we talk about fragrance?