Hullo Ladies :-)
I'm here with another Eau My Giddy God post for you today and its about Lancome's Tresor midnight Rose EDP :-)
I had heard about the Tresor line but associated it with a mature scent which isn't really me so I always looked past it.
Then back last year they added this new fragrance to the line.
I had seen a few reviews online and all those beautiful adverts so I decided to try it out in Boot's.
Now It's very easy to say that Tresor Midnight Rose is probably one of my most loved perfumes.
I picked It up in the post Christmas sales last year. ( the only time I can afford it :-P )
It has top notes of raspberry and blackcurrent, its heart notes are rose and jasmine and the base notes are vanilla and musk.
For a lot of people it may just be a night time fragrance as its quite powerful but I love it so much I frequently pick it up to go shopping with or just out to dinner.
It's one of those perfume's that I find myself craving if I do not use it every so often.
I bought it from The Perfume Shop's online website and it came in a set : A 50ml bottle of perfume, a mini lip gloss, a mini mascara and a eye shadow.
I love the lip gloss and the eye shadow has become my favourite to wear on a night out as its very glittery without any fall out.
The mascara was fine although I found nothing special about it. All in all it was a great set to pick up and came just under £40 though I'm pretty sure it was a sale price.
I frequently get complimented when I wear the perfume, usually from women who want to know where they can get it :-)
Right now on The Perfume Shop a 50ml bottle costs £46.50 which is quite expensive, so when I run out I will be waiting for it to go on sale before I re-purchase.
All in all this is a lovely perfume and lasts a great time on the skin, to me its a very romantic perfume, quite sexy in its own way and has lovely packaging. With a little Lancome Rose tied around the cap and the clear to purple colouring of the bottle, its a treasure to have on my night stand :-)
What's your favourite perfume at the moment?