Wednesday, September 30, 2009


So this past weekend, I was fortunate enough to receive Kenzo's FLOWERBYKENZO ESSENTIELLE perfume. I wanted to review the perfume immediately because I am absolutely in love with it. Why? Well read below for more info!

Product Name: FlowerbyKenzo Essentielle
Price (USD): 0.8 oz=$58.00, 1.5 oz=$75.00, 2.5 oz=$92.00
Purchase Locations:
Cons: a bit pricey
Pros: unique smelling, great packaging (both bottle and box), gift-friendly
Rating (1=worst, 10=best): 8
Review: FlowerbyKenzo Essentielle makes me feel very mature when I wear it because it has a sweet but classy smell. I know that description doesn't make sense but you know some perfumes smell girly, some smell like they are geared for older women, and some just smell classy (like you're a million bucks)...well this perfume smells sweet and classy. It contains vanilla (no wonder it smells sweet!), rosa damascena, jasmine, pink berries, etc. I really love this perfume a lot because I'm a sucker for not only a great product but great packaging too. Aside from the smell, I absolutely adore Kenzo's FlowerbyKenzo Essentielle because it has a unique packaging. Kenzo never seems to fail in this department. They always have awesome packaging. I mean realistically, buying perfumes is half for the product and half for the packaging, no? The perfumes are displayed on your counter tops or on your vanity drawer so of course it has to look presentable. This is where Kenzo comes in. They always have the sleekest, most modern designs but still very sweet-looking types of bottles for their products. This is why I think you should try this product. Not only does it smell great, but it also makes for an awesome sculptural decoration.

*This product was sent to me for review. I did not purchase it. However, I stand by my review whole-heartedly and have not earned any commission on this product.

**According to FTC guidelines, products that were given for review must be stated as such. Products that were purchased by the beauty blogger/reviewer are excluded.*

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