If you’re not familiar, Scentbird is a designer fragrance subscription service. You can opt to receive 1, 2 or 3 fragrances starting at $14.95 per month. The fragrances come in a 0.27 oz (8 ml) bottle which provide enough product for 30 days. I receive three fragrances per month for $35.00.
The fragrances arrive in a bubble envelope and a card with information on each fragrance. The cards are great to use for sampling each scent.
My April fragrances:
Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue – From the Scentbird website:
A stunning perfume, overwhelming and irresistible like the joy of living. The scent is surprisingly colored with the liveliness of Sicilian citron, the happiness of Granny Smith apple, and the spontaneity of bluebells. Feminine and resolute notes are expressed with the intensity of jasmine, the freshness of bamboo, and the charm of white rose. The deep and true base embodies the character of cedarwood, the fullness of amber, and the embrace of musk.
My thoughts: I enjoy this fragrance. It’s citrus-y with woodsy, floral and sexy undertones. I am loving the feminine fragrances with masculine undertones.
Cartier Baiser Vole – From the Scentbird website:
Cartier’s Baiser Vole (“stolen kisses”) celebrates a stunning light green lily note, from the verdant texture of its leaves, to the powdery embrace of its petals. The dry down is nothing more than a drifting current of serene green stems in water, infusing this fragrance with a gauzy, tender, and moonlit feel.
My thoughts: This fragrance is powdery and feminine with a touch of citrus. I like it, but it’s not my favorite of the three.
Dolce & Gabbana Pour Femme – From the Scentbird website:
A creamy, silken jasmine note blends with rich, toasted marshmallow, while bright bursts of tangy raspberry and tangerine pop and swirl over a velvety soft orange blossom note in the heart.
My thoughts: This is my favorite of the three. It’s a bit bold for a work day, but I wear it anyway because it smells wonderful.
I am really enjoying this subscription service! I get to try new fragrances at an affordable price.
Are you a Scentbird subscriber? What are your thoughts on a fragrance subscription service?
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