I have to admit, I fell for this bottle straight away! Lacoste isn’t a fragrance range that I’d automatically reach for but the design of this had me curious enough to try it. It’s designed by Christophe Pillet and the glass is midnight blue – the neck is wound with a silky thread which I thought the untying of would get old really quickly, but in fact, it’s part of the bottle and you just pull off the lid.
So, the actual smell. It’s super-sweet and very rich at first, but gets more gentle as it wears down. My personal preferences is for sweeter fragrances; I don’t want to smell like crisp, wet grass or whatever, so it’s ticked that sugar-aroma box for me. My information says that it has notes of rose and gladioli and while I don’t think I know what a gladioli smells like, you do get rose – but it’s more chocolate rose cream than freshly picked buds. Fragrances are subjective, and although I don’t know it as fact, I am sure different noses pick out different things.. given that it’s got what is supposed to be a sharp blackcurrant note, my nose has only picked out the sweet stuff.
It’s totally an evening fragrance – I think you could waft about in this feeling sexy and pretty, because it is both of those things. Eau de Lacoste Sensuelle launches on 5th March, starting at £33.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
All products are sent to me as samples from brands and agencies unless otherwise stated. Affiliate links may be used. Posts are not affiliate driven.