Tuesday, 23 May 2017

10 fragrances to get you ready for summer

There's been so many beautiful Spring/Summer fragrance launches over the past month that it was time to do a round up of some of the best perfumes around. My favourites include Flowerbomb's new version Bloom (smells even better than the original - yes, that's possible), Estee Lauder's Bronze Goddess which is a cult summer scent and a new release by Guerlain. Scroll through the list below and click to find out more about each perfume.

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Just like the original Flowerbomb but punchier, this fragrance is the perfect everyday scent for warmer days.

I first tested this fragrance whilst working on a beauty desk for a magazine last year, and ever since I've been recommending to anyone who's looking for the perfect summer-in-a-bottle scent.

Mon Guerlain is the new feminine fragrance in town. Inspired by Angelia Jolie, the fragrance is sweet yet strong and has notes of jasmine and sandalwood.

Peonia Nubile is a warm floral fragrance with notes of raspberry and top notes of peony.

Whilst not the most popular Jo Malone fragrance, this one is a perfect balance of calmness and sweetness which makes it perfect for cosy summer days.

Scent of a Dream was created by Charlotte Tilbury to change the energy frequency of those around you. This fragrance is definitely one of the strongest out of the bunch and one that lasts all day with only a spritz needed.

Estee Lauder are back with their iconic Bronze Goddess collection featuring the ultimate summer fragrance. This fragrance is summer epitomised and packed into a shimmery bottle.

Laura Mercier's Creme Brûlée is the perfect pick me up fragrance: with notes of caramel and vanilla bean the warm scent will quickly become your everyday go-to.

Tom Ford Costa Azzurra is perfect if you want to make a lasting impression as for me this is the scent that turns heads as you walk by.

You can rarely smell Molecule 01 on yourself as it works with your body and smells differently on everyone, and is said to be more about the effect it has on other people.

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