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Eau de Lacoste - Review

Hi my loves. This post was written up last night but long story cut short. It's MY fault ha
 I re-read my post before bed, on my phone and realised I'd spelt PREVIOUS like this "PERVIOUS" 
There was no way in hell that I was going to leave it like that for 9 hours ha! I attempted to change it on my phone but I ended up deleting the whole post!
So here we go again..

I've always loved Lacoste fragrances for Men, I worked in fragrance for two years so I've been around them before.
 Lacoste brought out a new women's fragrance last week.. Eau de Lacoste Pour Femme.
I can't say the women's fragrances have ever appealed to me. They're a little too 'casual' for me.
 I prefer full and rich smelling perfumes, something that will linger all day long. Lady Million and Rihanna 'Reb'l Fleur' are my absolute favourites. 
I'd say women's fragrances by Lacoste are more for the day time and I feel that they usually wear off after a couple hours. I tried the new fragrance.. 

Visually - The bottle has been inspired by a tennis ball. Very simplistic and pretty. It looks so cute! Yes! I'm actually describing it as CUTE!

The scent itself is beautiful. Very fresh, fruity and light. Again, it's a simplistic fragrance. I knew it would be what I expected, it's very much a day time fragrance, I wouldn't wear this at an evening dinner or night out. 
It's definitely one to have in your collection if you're looking to spray something on you before work or before you go shopping etc.

Top notes 
Pineapple, Mandarin, Bergamot 
Heart notes
Pineapple Flower, Rose, Orange Flower 
Base notes 
 Sandalwood,  Vanilla, Peru Balsam

American actress, Amy Adams is the face of the fragrance. 
Her make up is so pretty, natural and simple.. reflecting the fragrance and the bottle.

Pineapple & Vanilla are the winners for me! 
Prices for this perfume range from £30-61. Sizes 30ml, 50ml, 90ml available.

Do you own any Lacoste fragrance? Thoughts?
Lotsa love Leesh of UnLeeshd x x x

1 comment:

  1. I have never tried one from Lacoste before but this one sounds wonderful. Great post. :)