LONDON (AND BEYOND): THE BEST LIGHT FLORAL SCENT FOR SUMMER
By Nora Zelevansky / March 22nd, 2010
I admit it. In middle school, I was the girl doused in gallons of Calyx by Prescriptives, making fun of the boys drowning in vats of Drakkar Noir.
What? They don't teach little girls how to appropriately apply perfume. And, anyway, even if they did, we'd clearly forget the "moderation" lesson by the time we hit the retirement home. We all know that's when perfume overdosing rears its ugly head once again.
Sometimes, just the essence of a fragrance is best of all. That's why I've been carrying Elemental Herbology's Flower Harmonising Mist (created in England). Like Jurlique's Rosewater Balancing Mist (which I also LOVE), it's actually meant to be a "Facial Tonic." Basically, it's like a toner that you can spray on your face all day long to refresh.
But it also smells all rosy and amazing and summery and light. It's the perfect minimal fragrance and makes your skin look all dewy.
Perfect for the upcoming warm weather months and eventually for the retirement home.
xo – N.