Sunday, 8 March 2015

Nina Ricci Nina Eau de Toilette Spray

Hey all!

I have never talked about perfumes on here before as to be honest, I am not really a perfume fanatic. I've never been able to justify to myself spending lots of money on a smell. However, this perfume I received for Christmas which I have used before as I always used to steal some spritz from my Mum's one!

This is the Nina Ricci Nina Eau de Toilette Spray. The bottle is beautiful with the shape and colour of an apple with the lid as the stem and leaves on it. It looks like a beautiful ornament which is nice to have out on your dressing table. It is also sturdy because I've dropped this a few times and it hasn't smashed!

I find it way too difficult to describe the smell but let me tell you that I absolutely love it. It smells quite grown up and sexy which I like to use on evenings out. I researched it some more and found that it has notes of Lemon, Lime, Datura, Praline, Peony, Apple, Musk and Cedar. In all honestly I don't know what half of those things are but you guys might understand it better than I do. 

One of the greatest things about this perfume is that it is incredibly long lasting. You know those perfumes that smell great but only last for like half an hour? Well, this isn't one of them. I can use this perfume and still smell it all night. Furthermore I always get compliments whenever I wear it and it is actually my boyfriend's favourite smell on me haha!

Like I said at the beginning, I always used to use my Mum's one of this. This perfume is a favourite of my Mum and my sister's and they have been using it religiously for years. I have always liked using theirs so it is good I finally have my own to use!

So overall, I love this perfume and I can find no faults in it. It smells great, looks great and is long-lasting. It is sexy, flirty and great for a night out. I have seen this perfume in various places selling from £30-£50 so it is around that price mark. It makes a great gift to others as well as a great treat for yourself.

What's your favourite perfume?




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