Wednesday, 10 December 2014

My top 3 favourite fragrances

Are you looking to buy a fragrance for a special someone this Christmas? These are my top three fragrances that most women will love. If you like a floral, fruity scent then these are for you. 

1. Jean Paul Gaultier Classique Eau de Parfum

This has notes of rose and vanilla, it's a gorgeous sensual scent and the bottle is stunning. I got the 100 ml perfume from my boyfriend recently for my birthday. It's a strong scent at first but very wearable and I always get compliments on it. The 50 ml retails at €79 and the 100 ml for €103, so it's expensive but one of the most popular fragrances. 

2. Valentina by Valentino 

Wow, I love this perfume. It is so feminine, with notes of strawberry and vanilla it is quite sweet but gorgeous on. The bottle is so girly and tasteful, it would be the perfect accompaniment to any girls dressing table. The 30 ml is €57 and the 50 ml is €76. 

3. Boss Ma Vie fragrance 

This is a new offering from Hugo boss for women. It's a gorgeous floral fruity scent. It's a very light, everyday scent and once again it has vanilla in it! Possibly my favourite perfume ingredient. It has hints of rose also in its heart notes. 
The 30 ml is €48, the 50 ml is €68 and the 75 ml is €86. Scents don't come cheap.
They are also doing a fabulous Boss Ma Vie gift set which includes a 30 ml of perfume, shower gel, body lotion and a little makeup purse with three makeup brushes inside, this retails at €85. It would be a lovely present for anyone. The gift set was reduced to €41 for Black Friday and I am kicking myself that I didn't pick one up they were flying off the shelves. 

*All prices stated are from website. I work for Boots but have not been paid in anyway to promote these fragrances. I just really, really like them. * 



  1. I tried that Valentino one before in Boots, its gorgeous! Might save up for it!

    1. It's gorgeous, it's sweet but light and not too overpowering :)


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