This is the time of year when people get really close; leave an impression with a delicious perfume.
When it’s colder outside, people have a tendency to stay inside. When you stay inside, you get a little closer to the person sitting next to you. When you get a little closer, things could happen…like, say a kiss. Why not leave an impression with a warm and tantalizing fragrance? Who knows, after smelling your new scent, they may want to come back for another sniff. Here are four new fragrances to try now.
Aroma M Geisha Perfume Rouge ($80 for 1 oz, aromam.com). Crafted by Maria McElroy, one of the few American perfumers, Aroma M Geisha Perfume Rouge is a spicy treat. The fragrance is a blend of Tonka bean, tobacco, vanilla, cinnamon, star anise, clove and sandalwood.
Bellegance Midnight Promise ($105 for 2.5 oz, belleleganceperfumes.com). A new perfume created by renowned fragrance designer, Sarah Horowitz with Karen Dubin. Midnight Promise is an enticing blend of red mandarin, cinnamon, red Moroccan rose, melded with amber, vanilla, fresh vetiver, patchouli, sandalwood and musk.
Avon Passion Eau de Parfum Spray ($36 for 1.7 oz, shop.avon.com). When I was sent this fragrance by Avon, I couldn’t wait to rip open the glam looking box. The bottle is just as glam: Very Art Deco, very luxe looking. The fragrance? Well, if you looking for something heady and provactive—this is it. Created by top perfumer, David Apel, it’s a unique blend of creamy musk, vanilla bourbon, star fruit and jasmine combine to create a distinctive, seductive scent.
Issey Miyake L’Eau D’Issey Absolue Eau de Parfum Set ($110, nordstrom.com). Fresh, clean and very memorable. Issey Miyake’s new fragrance is a floral mix of freesia, night blooming jasmine, lotus, bourbon vanilla and precious woods. It’s neither cloying nor sweet; it’s a very modern floral fragrance. For the holidays pick up this limited edition set. It contains Eau de parfum (3 oz.), travel-size eau de parfum (0.3 oz.) and moisturizing body lotion (2.6 oz.).
Disclaimer: All products were sent to me by PR firms for editorial consideration.