Just when I started to get bored rotating between perfumes I had on my vanity table, this Hugo Boss BOSS THE SCENT For Her arrived my doorstep unexpectedly. Boy am I happy to see a new fragrance made available to our market. I have always love perfume and even reviewing perfume. You know what they say, the most difficult product to review is perfume. I like it because I like the challenge 😉
I’m a fragrance junkie. If you ask me which is my favourite I can look at you for 10 minutes straight, trying to give you an answer because I happened to be someone who like all fragrance I own to date. Latest fragrance in my collection is by Mary Kay. One look at the name and description, one will not think this scent suits me. Surprisingly it did!
Mary Kay Upbeat™ For Her Eau de Toilette is described as a flirty (yes flirty), festival-inspired scent created to capture that one feeling. The name Upbeat sounds young, carefree and definitely for someone who’s into an active lifestyle. Upbeat celebrates people’s love for music. You know how musicians are creatively weird in a way? When all musicians gathers for the same purpose and for the love of music, it’s the spirit that Mary Kay created. Hehe! Creatively weird. Did I just said that out loud? 😀
I am sure by now you know the cosmetic brand, By Terry. But did you know By Terry also have skin care AND fragrance line as well? I am not aware about the fragrance line until I went for Terry de Gunzburg Thé Glacé launch.
Thé Glacé Aqua Parfum is a perfume by Terry de Gunzburg, the Founder of By Terry. Terry describe this new scent as a chic, unique, magnetic, aquatic scent based on her herb garden. The fragrance opens up to a refreshing, sparkling Eau Fraîche summery scent, an olfactory tattoo in limited edition. When the scent tones down, I was pretty sure I’m smelling something that resembles a cologne. Not the manly type of cologne mind you, but a light refreshing one. It was…delicious! 😀
Signorina, my first ever fragrance from Salvatore Ferragamo remains as one of my favourite perfume and I have been using it sparingly fearing that I might ran out fast if I use it non-stop. Not because I cannot afford to buy myself another bottle but it was something else. It is extra special as my name was engraved at the back of the bottle. So it holds a sentimental value to my heart, being the first Salvatore Ferragamo I own.
I like it when a fragrance is named as the BOSS. And today I’m going to be a little bit more bossy and tell you about HUGO BOSS’s new men fragrance – BOSS The Scent.
Throughout these few years of blogging, I’ve only reviewed one men fragrance. The one and only men fragrance which I wore daily to work just to get the feel of the fragrance on me. BOSS The Scent would be my second. Comparing to the first men fragrance experience, I am actually not as afraid as I was before. Let me just tell you in advance that I am a full on girly girl that you’ll ever met. Having to walk around smelling all masculine and fresh is really not my cup of tea. I was actually surprised that BOSS The Scent is not as I expected. I’ll tell you why 🙂
After the successful Modern Muse fragrance launch in 2014, Estée Lauder released an extension to Modern Muse and that is the Modern Muse Chic. Modern Muse is my most reached perfume the entire half of 2014 up until now and I’m already on my last half of the bottle *yikes!*. When I found out that there will be an extension to my favourite perfume, I find myself having a mixed feeling. Is Modern Muse going to be discontinued? Is Modern Muse Chic the replacement for the original version? Will it carry the Sparkling Jasmine Accord note that I’m obsessed? What if I hate it?
It turns out I was scaring myself with all the insecure questions roaming inside my head. Modern Muse is here to stay and the “Chic” version is the BOLD, CREATIVE, STYLISH version of the original confident, independent, inspiring. Similar, but not the same.