Review: Burberry’s My Burberry Blush Fragrance


Burberry is as much British as high tea and the Queen, just take a look at their signature tartan packaging. Based in London, before the brand was known for their fragrances, it was originally known for its iconic trench coat as far back as 1856! This new fragrance is a homage to the iconic coat and the women of that era, that were both feminine but progressive.

Size: 1.6-oz./50-ml.

Price: $90

Fragrance Family: Floral

Top Notes: Pomegranate and Lemon

Middle Notes: Geranium, Crisp Apple, and Rose Petal

Base Notes: Jasmine and Wisteria

Time of Day: Daytime/Early Evening

What’s It Smell Like: A romantic stroll in a London park.

Verdict: I have to admit I haven’t always been a fan of Burberry’s fragrances in the past, but ever since they’ve released Body and My Burberry a couple of years ago, I’ve totally been onboard with the new fragrances. This one is exceptionally feminine, but in no way is it safe. It’s a bit flirty without being too obnoxious, and simply smells divine. If you ever wanted to smell like a sweet British garden with a hint of posh (think Baby Spice meets Posh Spice), then this fragrance is right for you!

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By: Azzurra Nox

Review: Bath & Body Works Bath Fizzy


What It Is: Fragrant Bath Bomb

Scent: Warm Vanilla Sugar

Verdict: Honestly, I expected a lot more from this seeing that I love Bath & Body works handcream and hand soaps. But sadly, this bath bomb just doesn’t deliver. It doesn’t do much for your skin (you don’t feel as though it has allowed your skin to be moisturized). Nor were you engulfed in a sweet scented embrace. I barely smelled the warm vanilla sugar fragrance (to the point that I wasn’t even sure it was vanilla, it could’ve been anything). I don’t know if their other scents are more potently scented, (as their handcreams deliver a crazy amount of aroma), but this warm vanilla sugar was truly weak.

Price: 6.95

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By: Azzurra Nox