The tables are turning in today's post, as I'm requesting recommendations from you. Your comments are always considered, chuckled at and extremely enabling - I trust you lot and the suggestions you're usually sending my way, let's face it, we're all in the same boat. But three things currently leave me a bit befuddled, scents aren't so much my strong point and I tend to rely heavily on reviews, so whether you've tried or tested any of the below, or you're just willing to offer your two cents' worth, then I'm all ears...
Diptyque replacement. Figuier has thrown out many fruity fragrant hours but my Diptyque debut is now coming to it's wicks end and I'd be lying if I said I wasn't looking forward to resurrecting it as a brush jar, but I'll be needing a newbie to burn in its place - I'm feeling Baies, a red fruit and rose combo that's both fruity and floral, one to fit the bill with spring on its way, but if you've got any other scent suggestions, please scribble them down in the comments below *eagerly awaits*
Fragrance upgrade. Ah YSL Elle, my good ol' faithful fragrance - it must have been my most sophisticated spritz of choice for the past 5 years at least and although I haven't quite made it all the way to the bottom of what has to be my fourth bottle, I think it's about time for an uprade, signature stylee. A recent saunter into Jo Malone only to sniff the same fancy paper stick soaked in their Blackberry and Bay offering has suggested that this is the scent for me, though the Earl Grey and Cucumber also had a tug at my nostril strings, and I hear amazing things about Nectarine Blossom and Honey. Thoughts?
Youth Liberator or Luminous Silk? (or both?!) I'm sensing a new foundation craving. You should know by now that Le Teint Touch Eclat reigns supreme in my eyes, and their latest launch is said to be just as awesome, but after just making first time eye contact with a Giorgio Armani counter, a swatch of Luminous Silk has further confused my foundation yearning. The thing is, my complexion can be a little unpredictable when it comes to bases - NARS' Sheer Glow broke me out big time - so far it's agreed with all things Yves Saint Laurent, but having never sampled GA, and unable to just 'pop a long to a counter', I can't be too sure. Sensitive skin gals, help a sista out?