Celebrating capturing the light with Lancôme's La Vie Est Belle L'Éclat.
I love fragrances, just one look at my dresser and you'll understand. I have scents that smell of musk, rose, wood almost a mix of everything; in my honest opinion I feel with quality fragrances there are never two that are two alike. The fragrance notes are broken down as follows:
The first Tasty Orange Blossom by Lancôme.
The sunny facets of the Orange Blossom reflects the light through an elegant Iris. Jasmin, the most precious flower, spreads its sophistication and brings femininity to the fragrance.
Base Notes: Patchouli and Vanilla
For me it smells like a warm summer morning, fresh light beaming through my window onto freshly cleaned sheets. And this, is why I love fragrances so much - they tell a completely personal story for everyone. I have fragrances to celebrate milestones, birthdays or just because it gives me a new mood. La Vie Est Belle L'Éclat for me has rich rose tones, I want to wear it in a summer breeze with soft silk on tanned skin, other scents for me muse strong, empowered moods or mysterious tones paired with red lips.
I'd be lying if I didn;'t admit it either, that a part of me gains interest in fragrances from their packaging first, leading to an investigation of scent later. While I don't purchase fragrances on packaging alone, it does play an important part to me as I love to display my fragrances on my dresser, quite possibly my favourite thing to collect. La Vie Est Belle L'Éclat has such a unique bottle, it reminds me of the cut-glass plates that sit on my Grandmother's dresser yet the way the light captures the bottle only encapsulates the scent.