I have just come across this fragrance from the creator of mineral make up line, Bare Escentuals whose name is Leslie Blodgett. Now, I know you can’t do much about the name you’re landed with, but I’m not so sure I’d have it plastered across a perfume bottle unless it was something quite sophisticated or exotic. I don’t know that Blodgett sells it, really. Maybe next time, live without the self-indulgent name check.
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Oh yes not the best name!
I live in the United States and I have to tell you that Leslie is on T.V. here almost every day on some channel or another. She is a superstar of qvc where she flogs the bare minerals line, with dovotees calling in like children calling there favorite auntie for a chat. Selling out of product or setting new worlds records for selling that kind of product on t.v.
“Blodgett” does not have to sell it.
Haha, can’t say I’m drawn to buying a perfume with this name! xXx
Eugh I can’t believe a fragrance has a name like blodgett. It’s so blah boring. A fragrance should be named after a concept or an icon. Not a common last name. eeew.
Yes, slightly unfortunate name isn’t it? I mean I’m all for being proud of your name, no matter what it is, but when you’re asked what perfume you’re wearing “Blodgett” doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue!
I love it! What a breath of fresh air, I’m sooo over those perfume names that have nothing to do with smelling like a flowerpot in a brothel. I vote we all rename our favourite scents as a matter of urgency. For example I’m renaming my Miller Harris Noix de Tubereuse Marjory. No really I am. x
That’s almost worse than “Nadine Baggott”, the “celebrity beauty editor” (?!) of those awful Olay ads.