17 January 2016

Cosmopolitan The Perfume - My Review

A review of the debut fragrance by Cosmopolitan, FashionFake, beauty bloggers
A review of the debut fragrance by Cosmopolitan, FashionFake, beauty bloggers
A review of the debut fragrance by Cosmopolitan, FashionFake, beauty bloggers

A mixture of enticing fruity aromas, Cosmopolitan The Fragrance is set to become a massive hit in the world of perfumes (especially Summer scents!).  Notes of pineapple with mandarin and juicy redberries take centre stage, with a dash of saffron and Night Blooming Jasmine adding a kick of spice, and finishing on a seductive note of sandalwood, vanilla and musk - YUM. This perfume is like sunshine and fruits in a bottle!

I was initially surprised to see a Cosmopolitan branded perfume on the shelves of Boots - I know Cosmopolitan as a magazine not a producer of gorgeous scents. I have been a fan of the publication since I was a child - my mum purchased the publication every month and when she was finished with it, I used to take copies to make fashion and beauty moodboards. When I grew up, I started buying the magazine myself as I felt it had the perfect mixture of topics and approaches - kind of like the bottle of this perfume which has a blend of colours and edges, apparently reflecting the many sides of a Cosmo woman's personality. The bottle is beautiful - it reminds me of a sunset by the beach, filled with radiant and warm colours.

When I use this perfume (remember the best places to spray: neck, inner side of the elbows, wrists and a dab behind the ears!) I immediately think of hot summer evenings, tanned skin and sand. I love it. I'm so glad I tested out this perfume, produced by a favourite publication of mine, as Cosmopolitan The Fragrance is a huge hit with me and everyone who asked me what scent I'm wearing. Even though I was sceptical and intrigued at first, curiosity payed off and found this dressing table must have!


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