Tuesday, 4 August 2015

My Summer Scents


Summer really isn't happening here in the UK, or at least in Cheshire. A little bit of sun might peek through the clouds, but nothing to write home about, and nothing to justify the shirtless man I saw yesterday walking around town. It may be August but it definitely doesn't feel like it. Anyway the perfect way for me to pretend summer is around is to have some scents at the ready. I'm loving Zoella's Blissful Mistful, and Clinique's Happy right now.
I bought Zoella's first fragrance on a bit of a whim from Feel Unique. I needed a moisturiser, and wanted a total above a certain amount to get free shipping so off this went into my bag. I'm actually quite liking it. It's a little more girly smelling than I expected, and also a little bit fruity. I want to say it reminds me of a pomegranate, but I'm no good at describing scents. The packaging is what led me to buy this though, it just looks rather pretty, and I quite like to see this on my desk.
Now this I'm going to be repurchasing when I run out. I'm blaming Clinique Happy for landing me two jobs I got offers for, and all the good little things I've had the opportunity to do. I sound pretty silly, but I think this may be my good luck scent. To me it smells like happiness in a bottle. Again slightly fruity but it smells positive. I can't help but feel my mood lift when I spray this. I don't think I could ever be without this in my life, it's just perfect.

What are your favourite summer scents?
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  1. I want to try these fragrances now. Best of luck with your blog. Remember that good things come to those who wait.

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