My Favorite Perfumes

Hello, my beauties, and thanks for stopping by!! Today I wanted to share with you my current favorite perfumes. I love perfume, especially floral and ‘guy like’ scents. What are your favorite perfumes? I’m always on the hunt for new perfumes to try so let me know! I store my perfumes in my room on my chest of drawers but out of direct light so as not to ruin them. Shall we see what I’ve picked? Yes? Yes.

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First up is my absolute FAVORITE perfume, Miss Dior Blooming Bouquet. From the time I first smelled this perfume I was in love! Up until that time, I had really disliked floral perfumes but this one was a game changer. It isn’t overpowering and is, obviously, not unpleasant. It’s not a heavy scent, it’s very light and feminine. I almost out of this bottle but my aunt gave me a little spritzer, like made for purses, for Christmas filled with it. When this is done I will definitely move onto that one so I can save up to get another bottle!

Now here we have a classic, the original Vera Wang Princess perfume*. The Vera Wang Princess was my first ‘grown up’ perfume and I still love it. I’m currently saving up to get another bottle. It has gorgeous notes of vanilla and water lily amongst other flowers. The vanilla is what I noticed first when I smelled it in one of those magazine perfume samples. Do they even do those anymore? The bottle is aesthetically pleasing- it’s shaped like a crystal heart with a crown as the top and if you get one of the larger bottles it also comes with a ring! This perfume will always hold a special place in my heart.

I fell in love with the Elizabeth and James Nirvana perfumes the moment they launched. Nirvana Black was the first one I tried. The notes of violet, sandalwood, and vanilla made it my kind of perfume. I actually bought it without smelling it, I was going off of the notes I saw it had. This one is a bit more earthy and I absolutely love that! The second one I bought was Nirvana White. With this one, I loved the mixture of musk and peony. Again, like the first, it was more grounded with subtle floral hints. I got this one after I had discovered how much I loved the floral scent of Blooming Bouquet which I think is one of the reasons I love it. I had learned to love floral perfumes, so to speak. The last one I own is Nirvana French Grey. I got this one solely because it had notes of lavender in it and luckily I wound up really loving it! Also, this one has musk in it as well. The Elizabeth and James perfumes are some of my favorites. They used to be sold at Sephora and one day when I went to look for a new rollerball, I couldn’t find it on the site! I got so downhearted until a friend, who knew I was looking for it, happened to come across it on the Ulta site! I was so excited! They have the actual bottles with the perfumes so I’m hoping to get those sometime soon. One of the best things is that, in terms of perfume prices, they really aren’t that terribly expensive. They are definitely one you should check out, they have more scents than what I’ve just talked about. I hope you find one you like!

There you have it! What are your favorite perfumes brands or scents? I loved going through my perfumes trying to find the ones I loved the most. It was more difficult than I expected, lol. I hope you enjoyed today’s post, if you did please consider subscribing to the blog so you don’t miss a favorites or look or review ever again! Also, if you want to see what I get up to beauty wise when I’m not here, check me out on Instagram (link down below!). Thanks for stopping by and reading, it really does mean a lot to me. I post every Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at 11AM PST. Until next time remember to be BOLD, be BEAUTIFUL, be YOU.

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