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5 Versatile Crabtree and Evelyn Products You've Got to Try

Unless you have a sprawling bathroom and an endless supply of cash, I'm guessing that time-to-time you may be strapped for both disposable income and of course physical space. In either instance (or perhaps both because it never hurts to be frugal) you want to ensure that your beauty products work little more efficiently for you, especially those everyday essentials. With that in mind, I have teamed up with Crabtree and Evelyn to share not only my top five must-try products, but to also offer a new insight on how to use such items a little less traditionally.

5 Versatile Crabtree and Evelyn Products You've Got to Try

Crabtree and Evelyn Lily Hand Therapy (100g) £11.20
Crabtree and Evelyn are perhaps best known for their hand care products, most notably their luxe, beautifully scented yet deeply hydrating hand creams. The ultra nourishing formula - regardless of which scent you choose, I settled on Lily as it is light and fresh - contains a skin replenishing blend of shea butter, ceramides 3 and 6II and macadamia nut oil to ensure that the skin is deeply moisturised and cared for each use. But why stop at applying this non-greasy, yet quick to work lotion on just your hands when it can also soften and care for the often neglected areas of the body such as the feet, knees and elbows.

5 Versatile Crabtree and Evelyn Products You've Got to Try

Crabtree and Evelyn Lily Hand Wash (250ml) £10.50
As we all wash our hands fairly regularly it is important that we rely on a kind to the skin formulation that won't dry nor chap the hands - even more so now that the colder months are upon us. If you are anything like me and like to match your hand cream to your hand soap, you are in luck as it just so happens that the Crabtree and Evelyn hand wash range is beyond gentle. Unlike your run-of-the-mill hand cleansers, Crabtree and Evelyn Lily Hand Wash (other scents options are available) has been pH balanced so that despite numerous uses in one day, your hands will not dry out nor become irritated - if anything it gently conditions the skin with each wash. Now I know that not everyone will agree with me but personally I find hand soap to be one of the best make-up brush cleansing options around; as Crabtree and Evelyn Lily Hand Wash is both gentle yet deep cleansing it perfect for removing even the toughest of foundation stains.

5 Versatile Crabtree and Evelyn Products You've Got to Try

Crabtree and Evelyn Goatmilk Hand Wash
As you may know, I suffer occasionally from Eczema, I am fortunate that it is a very mild bout but the skin around my wrists does become inflamed and very easily irritated each winter. As such I do have to be very selective with what I use around such condition as and when it arises, one product I could not be without is Crabtree and Evelyn Goatmilk Hand Wash; this soap free formula has been enriched with an abundance of skin soothing ingredients such as: Goat’s Milk, Oat Kernel, Bisabolol, Allantoin and Vitamin E to cleanse even the most sensitive of skin types. Much like the aforementioned hand wash, this too is pH balanced to ensure your skin is cared for with each use. If like myself you do have a skin complaint, and as such find heavily fragranced body washes et al to be irritating, why not try using Goat’s Milk, Oat Kernel, Bisabolol, Allantoin and Vitamin E in place of a shower gel? It won't irritate the skin (it anything I find it calms any irritation I may have) and despite not containing a trace of soap, it does a great job of removing all signs of the day with a comforting, silky, texture.

5 Versatile Crabtree and Evelyn Products You've Got to Try

Crabtree and Evelyn West Indian Lime Hair and Body Wash (500ml) £15
Now I know what you are thinking, surely in a pinch you could use any shower gel as a shampoo? To an extent that is possibly true but as most are formulated for the body and not the hair, you may find that your tresses feel a little drier than normal and perhaps lank? If you do like multi-purpose cleansers, the product you should next invest in is Crabtree and Evelyn West Indian Lime Hair and Body Wash. Sure it smells incredible (zesty and uplifting) but the formulation is really what is note worthy here, unlike a traditional body wash, this contains glycerine for additional moisture to ensure that neither your skin nor hair, becomes parched with frequent use. As this does foam, you could add a little to running water and enjoy the rich yet fruity aroma while relaxing in a warm bath - a great reward to come home to if you've really put in the effort at the gym.

5 Versatile Crabtree and Evelyn Products You've Got to Try

Crabtree and Evelyn Avocado and Olive Oil Milled Soap (158g) £7
Soap you don't need me to tell you on how to use it but you may be looking for a great moisture rich option? If so I recommend the Crabtree and Evelyn Avocado and Olive Oil Milled Soap, as this is vegetable based your skin will benefit from the naturally hydrating oils present as well as the antioxidant (great for preventing skin damage) qualities of shea butter and evening primrose oil. No I do not recommend washing your face with this or any bar of soap for that matter but if you are looking for a quick and easy way to cleanse your hands or body, this is a wonderful addition to any bathroom. The great thing about a bar of soap is that you can cut it into chunks and travel with it, safe in the knowledge that it won't leak nor will it be confiscated at the airport.

Do you have any must-try Crabtree and Evelyn products you would recommend? Or perhaps any tips to make any of the above products go a little further?

This is a paid for advertisement in conjunction with Crabtree and Evelyn.



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In my family, Christmas is a big deal in that we all come together, eat, laugh and generally have a great time but there's not a huge emphasis on gift giving. Now don't get me wrong, me do exchange little tokens of affection but as everyone is now a fully fledged adult with financial responsibilities we do keep to a minimum - it is rather lovely as there is no pressure. As such, I never ask anyone for specified gifts but if I somehow stumble across the end of a rainbow and find a pot of gold, this is what I'd treat myself to...well after I put a down payment on a swanky apartment in Manhattan (my delusion = my rules).

1, By now, you've most likely guessed that I am beyond enamoured with Maison Margiela Replica fragrances, it all began in Sephora last year and has slowly developed into a full blown obsession. Admittedly I do own a few of the memory invoking scents but I've yet to call the smoky, nutty and very Winter apt Maison Margelia Replica By The Fire Place Eau de Toilette my own. I'd also like to add a few Replica candles to my collection, most notably the dreamy and perfect for cosy days/nights at home Lazy Sunday Candle .

2, If any scent can brighten up the dullest of Winter days it is Tom Ford Soleil Blanc Eau de Parfum, it's soft, it's sweet, it's expensive, it's practically Summer in a bottle, and yet I've still to visit my local counter and make this fragrance dream, a reality.

3, In the last few months I haven't really reached for a light nude lipstick, in-fact I'm all but scratching my head to think when I last sported something that wasn't verging on dusky pink? Anyway after seeing Charlotte Tilbury Hot Lips Lipstick in Kim K.W just about everywhere, I'm ready to embrace lighter lipsticks once again; it also doesn't hurt that the Charlotte Tilbury Hot Lips Lipstick formulation is as close to matte perfection as I have encountered.

4, Last month I attended a Charlotte Tilbury make-up masterclass and was lucky enough not only to meet the beauty icon herself but to also try out the ever raved about Charlotte Tilbury brushes. It was a mistake on my part as from the first sweep of the fluffy powder brush to blending with the soft yet durable eye brushes, I knew there and then that I would have to save up (a.k.a body swerve Costa Coffee once in a while) and treat myself to a full collection of the luxe yet functional beauty tools.

5, In a dream world, I would of course own every Charlotte Tilbury palette that was ever created but if I could only pick one new addition, to add to my collection it would be the Charlotte Tilbury Vintage Vamp Eyeshadow Palette. The warm, almost berry inspired shades are diverse, and would look great on all complexions and could easily be dressed up, or down.

6, By now, you've most likely gathered that I have a huge weak spot for fragrance, I would love to tell you that I have one signature scent but at this point that would be a flat out lie. Currently topping my to buy list is Valentino Valentina Assoluto Eau De Parfum - it manages to be delicate, soft, floral yet impactful all at once. I can't quite muster up the words to do this scent justice, other than saying it is very Valention-esque. Try it, especially if you currently find everything else out there at the moment a little "samey".

7, Let's file this under "I want it but will probably never muster up the courage to buy it" shall we? Yes once again I have been all but swooning over the beautiful Christian Louboutin Just Nothing Velvet Matte Lip Colour, from the out-of-this-world, intricate packaging to the perfect nude-come-pink hue of this lipstick, everything about it is simply perfect. Well price tag aside, that is, this vision of beauty will set you back a cool £65. Gulp.

8, Another perfume? Yes but please hear me out, if anything on my wish list is set to become a purchase reality it is one of the newly launched MAC Shade Scents. The concept alone is enough to make any MAC make-up fan weak in the knees; rather innovatively MAC have drew inspiration from their best selling and iconic lipstick shades, and created a line of fragrances. From the soft, honey tones and notes of MAC Velvet Teddy to a bright, fruity nod to MAC Candy Yum Yum. This might be my favourite fragrance launch of the year. 

9, I'll let you in on a secret, I very seldom purchase expensive setting powders? I kinda see it as a false economy as it is just a loose powder and I'm likely to waste more than I use. However, while strutting around Sephora (well my ankle was busted, it was more a hobble than strut), I finally gave in and swatched Kat Von D Lock It Setting Powder and was pleasantly surprised. Unlike a budget setting powder this has a beyond fine texture that quickly blends into the skin and the cherry on top, is that it blurs imperfections. I may just have to loosen my purse strings after all.

If money was no object, what one (or two, or ten in my case) beauty items would you purchase without a second thought?


6 Ways to Illuminate the Skin Without Highlighter

Now that Winter has arrived you may find that your complexion is a little duller than normal, thanks to a combination of artificial heat and of course the harsh elements. In the long term, you could book yourself in for a facial, switch up your skincare and of course exfoliate but for those looking for a quick, instant and affordable fix, there are five products you may want to incorporate into your daily routine.

6 Ways to Illuminate the Skin Without Highlighter

The one that preps, perfects and illuminates - Gosh Primer Plus Skin Perfector in Illuminating (£14.49)
It has all but been drilled into us that the secret to a flawless and long lasting base is to begin with a layer of primer, which is of course a tried and tested step but I'm going to suggest that you demand more from your primer. Forget priming products that only prolong make-up wear and switch to one that perfects and adds a quick but flattering dash of luminosity to your skin. No product answers the call quite like Gosh Primer Plus Skin Perfector in Illuminating, this apricot tinted primer quickly eradicates any dullness from the skin, optically blurs any small imperfections, acts as the perfect canvas for any base product and as mentioned before leaves the skin glowing. I don't care If you wear it alone, team it with any of the other products mentioned in this post, or layer it under it your fail safe base just make sure you add it to your everyday routine.

6 Ways to Illuminate the Skin Without Highlighter

To change the finish of any foundation - Bourjois Sculpt Light Highlighter (£10.99)
Technically this is a liquid highlighter and as such has been created to be gently diffused over the high points of the face, to add a light kiss of radiance; I'm however going to suggest you use it slightly differently - controversial I know. We all have a favourite foundation (don't we?) but it may not necessarily be all that brightening, which is less than ideal when you are suffering from a dull complexion; rather than splashing out on a new formula that you may not enjoy, I suggest mixing a little of Bourjois Sculpt Light Highlighter into your foundation (I use three drops to every "pump" of liquid foundation). Unlike the vast majority of my highlighting collection - powder, liquid or otherwise - Bourjois Sculpt Light Highlighter features no shimmer or glitter particles, rather the smooth liquid adds a pearlescent sheen to the skin, which is both flattering and perfectly suited as a mixing medium. I should also add that despite instantaneously boosting the skin's radiance, Bourjois Sculpt Light Highlighter does not alter the overall coverage level of any foundation it is added too.

6 Ways to Illuminate the Skin Without Highlighter

The quickest of fixes - Collection Illuminating Touch Under Eye Brightener (£3.99)
In my experience - and it may just be that - when my skin is dull, my eyes tend to look a little more tired than usual. The good news is that this really is the quickest and easiest area of the face to brighten, not to mention the most rewarding in terms of results - I mean have you ever noticed how much brighter your entire complexion appears once you conceal dark circles? Exactly. Forget high-end under eye products and add Collection Illuminating Touch Under Eye Brightener to your wish list immediately - this nifty pen concealer-come-highlighter disguises even the darkest of circles with a few quick clicks, all the while lifting and brightening the skin. You can of course use it anywhere on the face you wish to uplift or conceal. Think of it as eight hours of sleep in liquid form and one of the high-street's best kept beauty secrets.

6 Ways to Illuminate the Skin Without Highlighter

The eye opener - Bourjois Brow Duo Pencil £6.99
Perhaps you don't have under-eye circles but do feel that your general eye area could benefit from a little added radiance? To open, brighten and lift the brow area, I fully recommend the Bourjois Brow Duo Pencil - this nifty, 2-in-1 product contains a creamy yet refined pencil highlighter, as well as a waxy, brow pencil to tame and shape even the most troublesome of brows. In my opinion, the real star of the show is the highlighting proportion, this soft yet subdued pearl pink illuminator, glides onto the skin to awaken the complexion; applied to the inner eyes it creates the impression of, wide-awake, doll like proportions and blended under the brow it both lifts and sculpts. You can also gently dab Bourjois Brow Duo Pencil above the cupids bow to create the illusion of fuller, plumper lips.

6 Ways to Illuminate the Skin Without Highlighter

When you want to skip highlighting and contouring - Soap and Glory Love at First Blush Highlight and Sculpt Stick £8
Recently all I have done is rave about the super powers of the Soap and Glory Love at First Blush Highlight and Sculpt Stick. Not only is this a wonderfully, universally flattering blush option (very similar to NARS Orgasm Blush) but it does the almost impossible: it creates not only a luminous, complexion boosting, flush of colour but it somewhat sculpts and highlights the cheeks in one quick swipe. In my opinion there is no easier, nor quicker way to fake a healthy glow than with this blush stick - everyone should try it at least once.

6 Ways to Illuminate the Skin Without Highlighter

Hydrate and brighten on-the-go - Clinique Moisture Surge Moisture Spray £22 (12% off with code GLITTER)
Along with duller skin, the chilly days of Winter, more often than not de-hydrates my skin meaning that make-up is prone to caking and flaking throughout the course of wear. Sure I've tried setting sprays, powders and even the odd prayer, but when the skin craves additional moisture there is no real compromise for hydration. On a whim (read as desperation), I gently misted Clinique Moisture Surge Moisture Spray over my face, to cool and calm my aggravated complexion and was dumbfounded by the results. Yes it beautifully hydrated - through several layers of face powder no less - but what it did to my then waning foundation was nothing short of miraculous; it softened down the heavy finish of an abundance of face powder and matte foundation, to create a dewy finish and all without removing a trace of my make-up. No this is not a setting spray but if you find that after several hours of wear your make-up does need something to jolt a little life back into it - Clinique Moisture Surge Moisture Spray is the answer.

Or for those who shy away from luminous skincare products, maybe one of these suggestions is more up your alley?

10 of the Best Beauty Buys of November

I know November has been and gone, I also know I am a little behind in posting my must-try products of the last four weeks but better late than never. If you are looking for a little inspiration on what new-ish launches and well-love products you should be trying next, let me lend you a helping hand.

10 of the Best Beauty Buys of November

Estee Lauder Global Anti-Age Balm £46/50ml
I'm not overly sure how to define or label Estee Lauder Global Anti-Age Balm so I won't; what I will say is that if you are looking for a skin smoothing product that moisturises, protects and can double up as a primer this is what you should invest in next. Forget silicone loaded products and turn to this balm to gently nourish the skin, and optically blur enlarged pores and fine lines (it also photographs beautifully) - think of it as the Face Tune app but in product form.

10 of the Best Beauty Buys of November

BareMinerals Complexion Rescue £27/30ml (get 12% off with code GLITTER)
Forget heavy bases that feel suffocating and embrace this light, almost gel-like consistency that creates a flawless, picture perfect canvas regardless of how you apply it: sponge, beauty blender, fingertips or brush - it all works. BareMinerals Complexion Rescue gently glides onto the skin, blurring imperfections with a medium yet glow inducing level of coverage. If ever there was a product that can claim to be the perfect fit to the tag line "my skin but better", this is it.

10 of the Best Beauty Buys of November

Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed in Opal £30
For anyone who has ever struggled in finding a bold and obvious highlighter that doesn't look cakey, stark or harsh on the skin, the answer is Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed in Opal. This light, bronze-come-champagne hue not only suits the vast majority of complexions but as it is so finely milled and beyond pigmented, it is both a joy to wear and apply; there is no bulky shimmer particles to nestle into the pores, rather this soft powder delivers an almost metallic sheen to the skin that glimmers and dances in all forms of light.

10 of the Best Beauty Buys of November

Soap and Glory Love at First Blush Highlight and Cheek Stick £8
It's Winter (I think? I mean it's late November and my lounge is full of fairy lights so it must be Winter, right?) and along with my skin being dull and a little sallow, the dark mornings and lights are zapping every ounce of motivation I can muster up. As such it all but goes without speaking, a full highlight and contour routine is out of the question, luckily I own Soap and Glory Love at First Blush Highlight and Cheek Stick ; this nifty, rose gold blush stick (a close dupe to NARS Orgasm Blush, adds both a flush of colour and shot of radiance to my skin, in two quick swipes - it is the ultimate lazy day product.

10 of the Best Beauty Buys of November
10 of the Best Beauty Buys of November

Illamasqua Round Buffing Brush (IL230) £26
As someone with fairly high cheekbones, contouring can be bizarrely tricky - hear me out with this one - as I don't technically want to sculpt that area of my face, rather I aim to add dimension. I don't want a tapered brush, I need something fairly round yet not oversized - weirdly something that isn't all that easily found within general face/cheek brushes. Luckily the Illamasqua Round Buffing Brush(IL230) exists and is pretty much the answer to my face shape woes; this well sized, super-soft, fluffy yet synthetic brush allows me to diffuse powder and cream blushes and bronzers without appearing super sculpted and harsh. Face shape woes aside, this is a great blending brush for face products: blush, highlight or bronzer, it does it all and with ease too.

10 of the Best Beauty Buys of November

Bourjois Volume Reveal Mascara £9.99
It is rare that I find a mascara in which I can truly deem perfect - as someone with small eyes, flimsy straight eyelashes and easily irritated eyes, the perfect fit is often but a dream...well that was until I cracked open a tube of Bourjois Volume Reveal Mascara. Typically speaking, I'm not a huge fan of moulded, plastic mascara wands but there is something magical about the shape and size of the Bourjois spoolie: for one it combs through the lashes ensuring there are no clumps but it also grips and all but stretches the eyelashes to their full potential. If that is not enough for you to add this to your shopping list, it is a blacker-than-black formulation that doesn't smudge, smear or flake -you need to try this.

10 of the Best Beauty Buys of November

Optrex 2-in-1 Eye Spray for Dry and Irritated Eyes £12.99
I'm not really sure what is wrong with my eyes at the moment - they are forever dry and very easily irritated. Perhaps I spend too long glued to my phone and laptop, and/or I'm just over-tired - whatever the issue is, all I know is that I have been reaching for it daily to quickly comfort my eyes. It's also nothing short of a miracle when travelling and the dry air all but sucks the moisture out of your eye socket. Try it and tell me you are not convinced from your first spritz of Optrex 2-in-1 Eye Spray for Dry and Irritated Eyes .

10 of the Best Beauty Buys of November

Maison Margila Replica Blur Filter £45/50ml
November was the month that I fully embraced the world of Maison Margiela Replica fragrances, in particularly the Blur Filter scent - it is soft, fresh and very comforting on a chilly day. I also rather appreciate that it is a dry oil rather than a typical liquid, meaning it wears far longer on my skin and is of course a little more moisturising than average. If you are looking for a fragrance to almost mimic the crisp, chilliness of a Winter morning try Maison Margila Replica Blur Filter.

10 of the Best Beauty Buys of November

Barry M Pink Lemonade Gelly Hi-Shine Nail Paint £3.99
I'm not a huge nail polish wearer so it takes one heck of a formula to convince me otherwise, on a whim I painted my nails with  and I may just be converted to at home manicures once and for all. The pretty almost milkshake pink-come-nude hue of Barry M Pink Lemonade is perfect for everyday wear and the glossy finish is surprisingly long wearing; I'm pretty sure if I painted my toe nails with this duo it would survive the apocalypse...or at least be intact until early Spring.

10 of the Best Beauty Buys of November

Collection Velvet Kiss Moisturising Lip Cream £2.99
Matte liquid lipsticks are everywhere and as such you really don't really need to hand over ridiculous amounts of cash to find a great formulation. Admittedly the Collection Velvet Kiss Moisturising Lip Cream/s colour range is fairly basic (six shades in total) but the whipped, creamy texture glides on with ease and wears comfortable for at least three hours without smudging, flaking or bleeding. I should also mention that they have a super sweet vanilla fragrance that I can't get enough of.

What have you been enjoying lately?

30 Beauty Blogmas Post Ideas

So it's the first of December and you may be deliberating over if you should or shouldn't take part in Blogmas (I think you should - I mean time permitting of course, that tree won't decorate itself), and just where will you pluck up to 25 ideas for posts from? Worry not friends, I have composed an extensive list of beauty blog post prompts - I began working on this in September because I'm overly keen and not entirely convinced I'm not an Elf - for you to pick and choose from, use as daily inspiration or to simply dip in and out of and combine with other festive ideas, the choice is of course yours. Whatever you decide to do, feel free to utilise the below list of post ideas however you see fit.

30 Beauty Blogmas Post Ideas

1, I know it is probably a cliché but as we all have different skin tones and of course preferences, a top five red lipstick post will always be helpful, not to mention interesting.
2, Are you staying away from home this festive season, why not share what make-up you will be packing?
3, If like myself you do not understand the concept of packing light, you could follow the above post with a run down of your travel skincare essentials for such trip?
4, Somewhat piggybacking off of the above prompt, with the sudden cold weather snap, I'm sure many would love to know what general skincare you are using for the season and why?
5, What about your body care routine? Does this change come the colder weather?
6, The same applies for hair care, does the harsh rain, wind and maybe even snow mean you change your routine?
7, Or what about your hands - and maybe even feet? - how do you protect them from the elements?
8, What festive beauty products do you look forward to each year? Beauty Christmas Crackers, the new Lush launches?
9, What is your idea of the perfect Winter pampering evening at home?
10, Do you have any festive beauty traditions? A frothy bubble bath on Christmas Morning, a new fragrance for the season?

30 Beauty Blogmas Post Ideas

11, What is your go to nail colours for the season - any new must-have polishes we should rush out to purchase?
12, If you are skilled with a nail brush you could publish a nail art tutorial or two.
13, Do you have a specific make-up look for the festive season? Perhaps what you wear to dinner for the main event?
14, Or perhaps you have a lovely New Year's Eve look/routine you can't wait to share?
15, What is your take on glitter for the season? How do you wear it: nails, eyes, the whole nine yards?
16, Be honest, what would you love to unwrap in terms of beauty products come the 25th?
17, What is the best beauty gift you have ever given, or maybe even received?
18, Do you have a signature fragrance that you reserve just for the Winter?
19, What about candles? Any top picks to make your home a little more cosy?
20, As money may be a little tight (those gifts don't buy themselves, am I right?) what about a blog post about your top beauty finds under £10/$10?

30 Beauty Blogmas Post Ideas

21, You'll see a lot of gift guides around because they are so helpful but why not go a step further and really hone in on a niche? Such as the best baubles, gifts under £10 or even what to buy the person who has it all.
22, To bronze or not, that is the question - if you do, how do you keep it looking realistic in the cooler seasons?
23, What products do you avoid come the Winter and why?
24, Is there any steps in your beauty routine you skip once the cold weather comes around and why?
25, What are the best beauty tips you have for the season?
26, What about waterproofing your make-up against the slightly more hazardous weather conditions?
27, What beauty/skin/make-up issue do you struggle with in the Winter and how do you remedy such issue?
28, What is your beauty wish list for the season?
29, Are there any upcoming sales and offers that you would recommend checking out?
30, Or perhaps you have some general Christmas beauty shopping tips - where to avoid and perhaps a hidden gem or two?

I hope the above helps spark some inspiration but do feel free to add any other suggestions in the comment section below.


Maison Margiela Replica Filter Fragrances Review

No brand is reinventing how we see and wear fragrance, quite like the Maison Margiela Replica collection; first they used the power of scent memory to invoke tinges of Deja vu and now they offer a whole new take on scent layering, thanks to two new Maison Margiela Replica Fragrance Filters.

If you have a signature scent that you wish you could add a little extra kick to now and then, or perhaps a fragrance that isn't quite you, the new Maison Margiela Replica Fragrance Filters will breathe new life into any scent you own - or of course, can be worn alone.

Maison Margiela Replica Filter Fragrances Review
Maison Margiela Replica Filter Fragrances Review

At the moment there are two Maison Margiela Replica Fragrance Filters to choose from but there is certainly room for such scent range to grow should Maison Margiela wish: Maison Margiela Replica Filter Blur - a soft, comforting cocoon of fragrance that will calm and soothe the sense with hints of cotton and musk; and Maison Margiela Replica Filter Glow - inspired by the warmth and radiance of the sun, this is a bold citrus fragrance with hints of Neroli. Basically you have one Maison Margiela Replica Filter scent to turn to should you be feeling a little fragile and to boost softness (Blur), or of course to tone down a loud fragrance, and another Filter (Glow) - so to speak - to pep up any personal scent, you find a little too dull for your personal taste and/or to uplift your mood.

Maison Margiela Replica Filter Fragrances Review

What makes the Maison Margiela Replica Filters a little more special and luxurious, is the fact that they are not your run of the mill liquid spray-on scent, rather they are a precious blend of dry oils. As such they feel closer-than-close on the skin and almost veer on sensual; the body's natural heat gently warms the oil, ensuring that the fragrance is noticeable for hours on end. If ever you have struggled with reduced personal scent wear time on your skin, the Maison Margiela Replica Filters could be what you have been missing. When wore alone they offer a gentle, wisp of fragrance that feels like a second skin (I should also add that despite being an oil they are not greasy and do dry down very quick - not to mention they are moisturising) but when combined with another fragrance, Maison Margiela Replica or otherwise, they all but act as a glue ensuring your scent wears true for hours on end.

Maison Margiela Replica Filter Fragrances Review

I've said it before and I'll say it again, Maison Margiela Replica fragrances are the innovators that the fragrance world has been long missing.

Maison Margiela Replica Filter Blur £45/50ml via Selfridges - link
Maison Margiela Replica Filter Glow £45/50ml via Selfridges - link
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