Saturday, 18 May 2019

Tips On Buying The Perfect Perfume And Win A DKNY Gift Set

 As I worked on a fragrance counter for 5 years, I thought I would share a little bit of advice and some tips on buying the perfect fragrance. Every day we get people coming in to buy a fragrance and don't know how to start buying one. This is the advice we give them. A good salesperson will always ask you questions about your purchase, they will ask who the fragrance is for (male/female, mum/dad, partner/brother etc). they will ask the age of the person, they will ask what your budget is and also ask what the person normally wears or if they have expressed an interest in another fragrance, buying fragrance can be an expense and you want to get it right.
Don’t forget a perfume is made up of notes, the top note is the first hit of scent you smell when you spray it, the heart notes follow which makes up the main body of the fragrance, the base notes are finally released which add depth to the perfume.

The fragrances all have different 'families' that they belong to, below are the families

Floral/Fruity
From emotive rose to heady jasmine, floral fragrances are effortlessly feminine and are the most widely used scents, thanks to their diverse notes. A floral fragrance can either be a mixed bouquet or a single scent and are often layered with fresh, spicy and fruity notes to add more depth. Fruity scents work wonderfully with florals, creating light, optimistic scents. Notes include Iris, rose, jasmine, gardenia, plum, apple, pear, berry.

Energising/Zesty
Fresh fragrances are light and easy-to-wear. Aquatic and ozonic scents also come under this label and give a fresh and airy aroma. Citrus scents are one of the oldest fragrance families and create refreshing, zingy scents. Due to their light aroma, Energising/Zesty scents are less typically feminine and are often favoured by both men and women. Notes include Orange blossom, neroli, bergamot, lemon, lime, grapefruit, mint, basil and lemongrass.


Spicy/Oriental
The most sensual group of scents belongs to the Spicy/Oriental fragrance family. There is a warming feel to these fragrances, which have a distinct and exotic aroma. Spicy and Oriental scents are often mixed with floral scents to create lighter blends, as Orientals are renowned for being heady and rich. Notes include Resin, amber, musk, vanilla, cinnamon, cloves, star anise, ginger and nutmeg.


Woody/Musk
This fragrance family is made up of more earthy, deep scents. These are definitely fragrances you either love or loathe. Wood and musk-based scents are intoxicating and rich, they're typically masculine in nature but are often softened with spices and florals. Mossy woods and Chypres also come under the woody family. Notes include Patchouli, sandalwood, cedar, pine, vetiver, oakmoss, amber, musk, agarwood, birch, juniper, leather and tobacco.


Tip 1: if your friend has a fragrance and you like it, don't rush out and buy it because of different smells. smell different on different people.

Tip2: for a long lasting fragrance, spray it into your hair, and the back of the neck. Also, spray your favourite scarf with your favourite scent

Tip3: For a long lasting smell, but a shower gel and body lotion of the fragrance. These can often be found in box sets at Christmas and on special occasions. Then take a shower with the shower gel, after you have showered and dried, you can apply the body lotion before spraying the fragrance. This is known as layering and makes the fragrance last longer.

Tip4: Always keep your perfume bottles out of direct sunlight, and avoid submitting them to extreme temperature.

Tip5: The base notes of a fragrance don't actually release until 30 mins after the fragrance has been applied so don't make a snap purchase on something you just sprayed as you may not like it in 30 mins. Always spray it and go away for a while. Also, make sure you spray it on your skin rather than a card because fragrances smell different on the skin because they mix with your natural smells.

We have a competition today to win a box set that has a 30ml bottle of DKNY Be Delicious Fresh Blossom and a 100 ml body lotion so you can layer the fragrance like I wrote about earlier in the blog post. This fragrance is a light and feminine perfume that is as delicate as the apple blossom in Central Park. Here is how you do it. So who wants to win a DKNY gift set? You click on the rafflecopter and it tells you to leave a blog comment. That is your entry and the rafflecopter will record it for me. Then there are other options to gain more entries, you don't have to do these but if you do enter with the other options, you will get more entries into the competition and it means more chances of winning.



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192 comments:

  1. I love the smell of Coco Chanel. It was the very first gift that my husband bought me many years ago.

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  2. I like coconut fragrance, reminds me of holidays.

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  3. When I smell lavender I always think of my grndmother.

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  4. I love the smell of lavender as it reminds me of my mum.

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  5. I love j'adore and the dark perfume by Ann summers. Subtle scents are good for me and men's aftershave can be really sensual.

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  6. Freshly mown grass reminds me of my childhood

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  7. Cool Woman, which is such a great light fragrance, for the spring/summer months.

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  8. My favourite smell has to be cinnamon, it reminds me of christmas

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  9. I love the smell of Lavender, it reminds me of my mum and my childhood, she always had it growing in the garden

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  10. fabtastic giveaway , perfect for my daughter thank you

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  11. I love the smell of cinnamon, it reminds me of family time at Christmas

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  12. I like lots of different smells so I'm not sure which is my favourite. I love the smell of cinnamon buns!

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  13. I love the smell of Roses. It reminds me of Summer

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  14. I love the smell of homemade bread as it reminds me of being in my Nan's kitchen when i was little, she made the tastiest bloomer.

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  15. I love Vera Wang Princess, the smell reminds me of when i was little when i wanted to be a princess

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  16. The smell of Lilac reminds me of playing in my nan's garden as a child where she had a big lilac tree.

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  17. I love the smell of Rose's. They remind me of my late Dad and his magnificent rose garden.

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  18. It has to be coconut and it reminds me of beach holidays.

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  19. my favourite smell is rhubarb, it reminds me of when I was a young child visiting my great aunty down south in Ireland. she grew rhubarb (and many other fruit and vegetables)

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  20. Michelle Ferguson21 May 2019 at 21:14

    I love the smell of Sun tan lotion as reminds me of wonderful holidays

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  21. Mine is Daisy by Marc Jacobs. It's hard to think what it reminds me of, other than 'happy'.

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  22. My fav sent is givenchy amarige..smells delicious like vanilla. Got loads of compliments so its defo my signature sent. I recommend spraying the fragrance on pulse points too!

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  23. I love the fresh ozone smell you get at the seaside

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  24. One of my favourite smells is the hairspray that my nan use to use, love that smell

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  25. coconut! I love the smell of it, it always reminds me of tropical beaches, It always lifts the mood.

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  26. i used to love white fire by grossmith, dont think its around now but it would always remind me of my teenage years

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  27. Love the smell of roses reminding me of wedding bouquets

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  28. Lavender, it reminds me of visiting the Norfolk Lavender farm when I was a child

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  29. My favourite all time smell is the smell of scones cooking, just must be the butter or the cheddar in them but it always takes me back to when my now passed mum would cook them

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  30. This is one of my favourite perfumes...good luck everyone

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  31. This would be a fantastic prize, DKNY fragrances are old favourites of mine

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  32. I love Obsession by Calvin Klein which reminds me of the smell of fir trees.

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  33. I've got so many smells I love but fresh cut grass got to be one of my favourites. Reminds me of summer time as a child playing out in the garden.

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  34. i always love the smell of mince pies it always reminds me of my mum i always made them as a kid and then left the mess for her now my son does the same to me

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  35. Mimosa because it reminds me of holidays in the South of France that my parents used to take me on

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  36. My most favourite smell in the whole wide world would have to be the smell of freshly cut grass simply for the fact that it seems to awaken all my senses...I realise (or remember) it's Summer, then I hear the birds sing and then I notice all the beautiful flowers in bloom! It gets me in such a good mood!

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  37. I love sweet and fruity smells reminds of me of warm sunny days

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  38. I love floral scents as I love the smell of fresh flowers

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  39. Parma Violet, it reminds me of my childhood and is such a sweet, delicious scent

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  40. Fantastic read for those of us less familiar with perfume brands! I often struggle when switching to a new perfume.

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  41. Wild mint. It reminds me of a scrappy patch at the bottom of my granny's garden which was the best place to play. I always have a pot of mint on the kitchen windowsill, just to sniff!

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  42. I love the smell of Jasmine it reminds me of my mum growing up she always had jasmine scents and candles in the house so anytime i see jasmine i have to get it!

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  43. My favourite fragrance is patchouli because it is has always been my nannas favourite and it reminds me of her

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  44. My favourite smell is Apple pie cooking in the oven, it reminds me of Sunday tea when I lived at home, it was always a roast dinner followed by Apple pie!
    Linda Ford

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  45. My favourite smell is Versace Red Jeans perfume, as my husband bought it for me when we first met 23 years ago! Every time I smell it it takes me back to those heady, carefree days!

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  46. My favourite smell is the salty air of the sea, it instantly reminds me of childhood holidays.

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  47. My face smell is vanilla. I can't say it reminds me of anything in particular, but I've always found it very pleasing

    - Anthony G.

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  48. I love the smell of vanilla as reminds me of strawberry and cream. my favourite perfume is Emporio Armani Diamonds as not too strong and everyone complements on the scent

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  49. I love the smell of bleach, it's just such a nice clean smell x

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  50. Palmolive soap - fresh clean and reminds be if mum - Paris scent always reminds me of carefree wild days

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  51. The smell of bacon cooking - reminds me of lazy brunch days

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  52. Karma by Lush - reminds me of that beautiful country - India.

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  53. I love coconut, it reminds me of holidays, sun, sea & sand

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  54. My favourite smell is fresh bread baking, it reminds me of my nan, whenever you walked into her house she always had bread in the oven and it smelt so good and tasted better

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  55. My favourite smell is pine, it reminds me of my partner who works with it daily as a carpenter

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  56. Channel no 5, because my mum used to wear it and I am very sentimental about this smell.

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  57. White musk from the body shop reminds me of the day i met my husband as I was wearing it when I met him over 25 years ago

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  58. I love the smell of Roses, always reminds me of my Gran and her garden.

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  59. My favourite smell ever is vanilla. It always reminds me of baking with my mum when I was a little girl.

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  60. I love the smell of freshly cut grass and it reminds me of Dad cutting the lawn when we were kids

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  61. lavender its so relaxing and reminds me of my grandma

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  62. The best smell has to be oven baked bread, there is nothing that compares and you just instantly want bread when you smell it!

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  63. My favourite smell has to be lavender at night. It reminds me of summer holidays spent in my nans @leabana1

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  64. i really love the smell of samsara perfume it reminds me of my wonderful neighbour when i was a kid she used to wear it all the time, she was such a wonderful person whenever i smell this perfume im reminded of her!

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  65. I love rose - it reminds me of when I was a child, collecting rose petals in my mum's garden to make rosewater - they used to turn brown and smelly, but still, we tried.

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  66. I love honeysuckle it reminds me of family holidays in Ireland as a chile

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  67. I love the smell of lavender. It reminds me of happy family camping holidays in wales as a child

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  68. I love the smell of lemon. I'm a huge citrus fan and lemon is such a refreshing, uplifting scent.

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  69. I love the smell of freshly baked bread. It reminds me of trips to the supermarket when I was very small and bakeries on supermarkets was a new thing!

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  70. My favourite smell has to be Fish and Chips from the chip shop wafting down the road and enticing you buy some, particularly when you are ravenous.

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  71. My favourite smell is fresh cut grass on a warm, summer day. It reminds me of carefree sunny days

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  72. A strange one but I love the smell of farms!! It brings back happy memories of when I was a little girl and my dad took me to feed the lambs xx

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  73. I love the smell of robinsons orange squash always reminds me of being at my Nan's house when i was younger

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  74. My favourite smell is melted chocolate it reminds me of parties and summer days of chocolate covered strawberries eaten in the sunshine!

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  75. My favourite smell has to be lavender as it reminds me of the smell of the summer

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  76. I love citrus smells such as lemon my mums house always smelled of lemon fragrances

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  77. I love the smell of homemade buns, it reminds me of baking with my mum and grandma when I was little

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  78. My favourite smell ever is night scented stock and it reminds me of evenings as a teenager in my parents garden with dad watering the plants and me playing ball with the dog!

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  79. My favourite smell is baby powder I just love it, I have a yankee candle baby powder burning most days

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  80. I love the smell of petrol. It reminds me of my dad when he used to drive a big wagon when I was a child.

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  81. I love the smell of the sea, it reminds me of happy times on family holidays.

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  82. This might sound weird, but I love the smell of my children's heads! Especially when they were babies, I could sniff their hair all day!

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  83. I love the smell of salty, sea air when on the coast, it reminds me of amazing holidays we had when I was a child and brings back happy memories of my mum.

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  84. wow, love the tips on layering fragrances. I've learnt something new! I shall have to try this technique. I love the smell of sandalwood.

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  85. I love the smell of bananas, it reminds me of the Body Shop shampoo I used when I was younger!

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  86. I love the smell of jasmine. It reminds me of hot summer evenings

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  87. I wouldn't say I have a favourite one ever but I like the smell of suncream as it reminds me of holidays

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  88. My favourite scent has to be Soft blanket Yankee candle as it reminds me of my partner when we first got together - he was burning it in his room.

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  89. I love the smell of oranges. Not sure why I love it, I always have though ever since I can remember!

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  90. I love the smell of Christmas candles, reminds me of time with my family

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  91. I love the scent of newly mowed grass it reminds me of my childhood out playing in the garden whilst my grandparents were cutting the grass, we would then normally have a picnic out, whenever I smell grass I remember them special days.

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  92. I love the smell of cloves because it reminds me of making orange and clove pomanders with my granny.

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  93. Favourite smell is freshly laid tar - reminds me of my youth, just love the aroma

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  94. i love the summer when it rains and it gets that fresh smell, it reminds me of being little

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  95. I love the smell of freshly cut grass as it reminds me of being a kid

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  96. My favourite smell is White Musk. It reminds me of going into The Body shop when I was a teenager and all the gorgeous smells in there and trying on all the different perfumes.

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  97. I love the smell of channel No 5 as it reminds me of my Mum, it was her favorite scent and always wore it

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  98. Natasha Barnes7 June 2019 at 20:10

    I love the smell of bonfires! I think it just reminds be of being a kid.

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  99. I love the smell of books, old or new. It reminds me of so many occasions and days out, because all my life an outing has never been complete without a visit to a new or secondhand bookshop. Family trips to the Lake District meant book shop stops in Grasmere and Ambleside, shopping trips were planned around the best bookshops, when I went to University I loved browsing the many bookshops in the city...

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  100. Vanilla is my favourite scent! my house is filled with vanilla yankee candles

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  101. I love the smell of mint as it reminds me of the wonderful Sunday lunches my mum used to cook.

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  102. freesias, they remind me of my mum, she loved their sweet scent.

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  103. Cinnamon is my favourite. No psychobabble reason. It just is.

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  104. My favourite smell has to be lavender because it reminds of a lovely summer day when my lavender is out in my garden.

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  105. my fav smell ever is the smell of parma violets, it reminds me of childhood and eating pick and mix

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  106. I love the smell of freshly baked bread, it reminds me of my grandparents farm house where I used to spend my summer holidays. My nan would always make fresh loaves when I stayed.

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  107. Charlotte Cauldwell11 June 2019 at 18:37

    My favourite ever smell is poison girl as I wore it on my wedding day.

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  108. I love the smell of cinnamon it just reminds me of Christmas which is my favourite time of the year.

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  109. Rose otta essential oil. Reminds me of roses, and makes me think of femininity.

    Rachel Craig

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  110. Danielle Sedgebeer12 June 2019 at 14:33

    My favourite smell is Ghost-Deep Night it reminds me of my mum who passed away last year, she used to wear it all the time :)

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  111. Ground coffee beans, it makes my mouth water, also baking. Thanks for the chance on this

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  112. I love the smell of fresh linen, it reminds me of summer

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  113. My favourite smell is lavender it reminds me of warm sunny days from my childhood.

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  114. Love DKNY thanks for the chance!!! Favourite smell is freshly cut grass it reminds me of old school sports days x

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  115. My favourite smell is that gorgeous smell of babies; it reminds me of all those happy times when my children were babies and instantly takes me back to those times.

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  116. I love lemon -it always remind me to summer and a freshly prepared lemonade :)

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  117. I love the smell of marshmallows. Reminds me of my Nanna because she always used have a packet open!

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  118. I love the smell of soft Musk (Avon) it reminds me of my late Mum

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  119. I love the smell of soft Musk (Avon) it reminds me of my late Mum

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  120. I would love to win this fax prize - i adore the smell of this perfume, takes me back xx

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  121. I love the smell of homemade cakes baking. It reminds me of my Mum baking cakes and puddings when I was a child.

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  122. Avon Tahitian perfume because it reminds me of summer holidays in Malta!

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  123. Fresh bread, growing up always had smell at home and at my grans house.

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  124. mine is lavender and chamomile... it doesnt remind me of anything specifically just helps me relax

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  125. Lavender and chamomile, it doesnt remind me of anything but does help me relax

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  126. my favourite scent is the smell of xmas cake baking in the oven as my mother would always make them for the entire street so it reminds me of helping her at xmas time!

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  127. My favourite smell is vanilla essence - reminds me of learning to cook with my mum

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  128. my favourite smell is lemons, because it reminds me of my favourite pudding, lemon meringue pie!

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  129. My fav smell is limes! But I am huge perfume fan and love D&G light blue as its citrusy! But have lots more that I love too! Dkny, hugo boss or my current fav good girl by Carolina Herrera

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  130. I love the smell of Ginger I think this goes all the way back to when I was a child and my grandmother used to bake her weekly Ginger biscuits - I associate the smell with a warm comfort feeling and memories of her kitchen

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  131. my favourite smell is lavender because its one of my favourite plants and it always reminds me of my nan who used to adore it too and she always used a lavender soap

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  132. I love the smell of fresh cut grass and when it starts to dry it reminds me of my childhood growing up in the Swiss Alps

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  133. Absolutely love this perfume - fab giveaway, good luck everyone xx

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  134. I love the smell of playdoh as it reminds me of my happy childhood!

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  135. I love the smell of fresh cut grass always reminds me of being in the school playing fields without a care in the world, no stresses just free to enjoy my childhood, when I smell it now it reminds me not to let my worries or stresses take over

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  136. I love the smell of baked bread, it reminds me of when I was younger visiting my Nanna x

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  137. Kimberley Grant22 June 2019 at 17:06

    I just love the smell of petrol and fresh cut grass it reminds me of happier times in childhood.

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  138. My favourite smell is freeshias and I have a reed diffuser with that exact smell in our house.

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  139. Can't beat the smell of a new baby for me. It brings back wonderful memories of the new and exciting times when my children and grandchildren were born.

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  140. Sharon Burroughs22 June 2019 at 21:59

    I love the smell of vanilla, don't know why I've just always loved it.

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  141. Freshly cut grass, funnily enough it reminds me of primary school after they used to cut the fields. It also reminds me of playing football in the park.

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  142. I absolutely love Bergamot as it reminds me of my Nana. She used to use an oil.

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  143. My favourite smell has got to be coconuts it reminds me of tropical exotic getaways

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  144. I love the smell of cool water for men as it reminds me of my fiancé.

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  145. My favourite smell is Coco Chanel. It just reminds me of my mum

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  146. I love the smell of eucalyptus, it is calming and helps me to focus. Used in my diffuser it make the whole house smell fresh. It also takes me back to when my Nan was around as she had a ginormous eucalyptus tree in her garden that she planted in memory of my aunt who she lost at a very young age.

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  147. The fragrance Charlie - it reminds me of growing up as it was the first perfume that I ever had!

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  148. My favourite smell is probably roast dinner being cooked. Reminds me of being at my nan and grandads house.

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  149. The smell of the sea on the Irish West Coast

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  150. It has to be coffee! It reminds me of the start of the day when I have most energy!

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  151. I love the smell of the Rhianna Perfume (black one) I once followed a woman around the shop I worked in sniffing her haha. Finally plucked up the courage to ask her hat perfume she as wearing then got my boyfriend to buy me it.

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  152. My favourite smell ever is freshly cut grass as it reminds me of the countryside away from the concrete jungle

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  153. I love the smell of newly mown grass, it reminds me of childhood summers

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  154. I love the smell of musk it reminds me of my younger years I always wear it

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  155. I love the smell of cinnamon. It reminds me of happy Christmas times.

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  156. Caroline Signey23 June 2019 at 20:44

    I love Ghost it reminds me of a girls holiday to Cyprus I bought it at duty free and wore it the whole holiday

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  157. I love the smell of mint sauce, my nanna used to make it herself for me when i was a little girl. I would just eat bowlfulls of it!

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  158. the smell of sawn timber, it reminds me of time spent with my grandad in his workshed

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  159. I love the smell of cakes baking in the oven, reminds me of making them as a child with my Mum!

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  160. coconut as it reminds me of holidays in the Caribbean with my mum drinking rum out of a coconut

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  161. I love the smell of freesias! It doesn't really remind me of anything but I'm always happy when I have a bunch in the house

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  162. Lavender. It reminds me of the garden when I was growing up

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  163. I love the smell of the sea as it reminds me of summer holidays :)

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  164. I love loads of diff perfumes, none specific scent, as can go from dune by dior to sexy by micheal corrs, his looks good though x

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  165. I am open with perfumes, i like trying all, and when i like a scent i like it, go from dune dior to sexy by micheal kor

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  166. Has to be the smell of spicy cinnamon - warm cozy christmas

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  167. I love the smell of apples, so sweet, clean and fresh! (Commenting as Jacqui Rushton)

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  168. Coconut is my all time favourite smell - it reminds me of endless summers

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  169. I love the smell of freesias, they remind me of my favourite aunties 💗

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  170. It has to be Olbas Oil for me! I just adore the smell of it and find it comforting to help aid sleep!

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  171. My favourite smell. Is lavender always reminds me of my mum when she put the little bags in the chest of drawers to make it fresh

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  172. coconut, it reminds me of sunny weather and holidays

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  173. Freshly cut grass as it reminds me of coming home on a summer's day after school and knowing I was going out to play with friends!

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  174. love the smell of lavender, it is just so relaxing and reminds me of the spa

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  175. I love paco Rebanne Ultraviolet reminds me of Parma Violets lovely scent also love Channel no 5 & sunflower Victor & ralf gorgeous fragrance

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  176. I like the smell of hot tarmac on a Summer's day. It reminds me of playing outside as a child

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  177. My favourite smell ever is seaweed! It reminds me of when I lived in Cyprus when I was younger. Such happy memories.

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  178. I love the smell of satsumas. They remind me of Christmas.

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  179. I love the smell of sweet peas it reminds me of my Nan

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  180. I love the smell of lavender it reminds me of my garden when I was a girl

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  181. I love the smell of honeysuckle, it reminds me of long, warm, summer evenings

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  182. Roisin McGuckin24 June 2019 at 09:16

    Micheal Kors Sexy Amber... it was the first fragrance gift my partner bought me and I have been wearing it since

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  183. I love fresh roses, they really lift the mood of a room and remind me of my nan who always had a vase of them in her lounge!

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  184. I love citrus smells like tangerine. Love Beyonce Heat the orange one as this is a citrus smell

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  185. I love coconut - it reminds me of lying on the sun on a tropical beach!

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  186. Sian Buckingham24 June 2019 at 10:02

    I adore the smell of fresh cut grass! It reminds me of happy times in the garden with my Grandad!

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  187. I love the smell of White Musk as it reminds me of my beautiful Mother

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  188. I love the smell of Rose's. And baked bread .and garlic and onions frying. Quiet a combination but not all at once lol

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  189. Nichola Williams24 June 2019 at 11:25

    My favorite smell is watermelon, so summery and also mine and my son's fav fruit!!

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  190. I love the smell of the Violet sweets, it reminds me of my nan

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  191. I love the smell of lemons as it reminds me of my grandma who used to put Bronnley Lemon Soaps in her dressing table drawers to fragrance all her clothes.

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