What does the perfume you wear say about you? Does it describe your personality? Capture a season of life you are in? Do you switch up your fragrance as the weather changes?
Personally speaking, the scent I wear is typically a snapshot of my mood. If a floral note strikes me in the dead of Winter, then I wear it regardless that it’s the season targeted to comfort scents like vanilla and musk. I’m mainly drawn to floral fragrances regardless, as I feel that it really captures the strength and essence of being a woman.
DefineMe sent me two of their floral fragrances to review and I immediately fell in love. What I love about these fragrance oils is that I can blend them together to create a third scent that is so pretty. DefineMe comes in both rollerball and mist, if you have a preference. Each one is made with coconut oil.
Each fragrance has been given the name of a female whose characteristics define the scent.
I’ll be honest, between the two I received, I don’t have a favorite. I honestly love them both because they are so unique in the way they make me feel when wearing them.
Audry, for example, is empowered by love + believes it is always the answer. It is comprised of notes of peony, rose, jasmine and sandalwood. The aroma captures the feeling of driving down the road with your windows open at the beginning of Spring when the flowers are just beginning to bud and bloom; when the scent of their petals waft through your car.
There is something about it that captures you by surprise, but yet, is very familiar.
Delphine is an artistic, creative soul who radiates an effortless elegance. Notes are lilac, freesia, ylang ylang, coconut and rosewood. Lilac is one of my favorite flowers. It’s fragrant blooms only last a few weeks, which makes it something you not only look forward to, but something you want to hold onto. I adore how the coconut lends a sweetness to this floral blend. It is oh so pretty.
DefineMe perfumes can be purchased indivdually or in sets and sample kits. You can also find them at Ulta online. Trust me, you’ll be so glad I told you about them!