Five of our favourite scents for Summer

The changing of seasons can be a great excuse to mix up your beauty routine. Switching up your skincare routine to meet the demands of summer is really important, lighten things up a little, it’s almost like taking off that winter coat- it’s time to let your skin breathe and don’t forget to bulk up on that SPF. Picking out a new scent can also be a fun way to compliment those long, hot summer days, so we’ve picked out a few of our favourite summery fragrances to keep you smelling b-e-a-utiful all summer long.

Five favourite scents for summer

Miu Miu Twist Eau De Parfum
This scent is for the modern woman. It’s sensual, energetic and fruity, with notes of Vert de Bergamot and Apple Blossom and with a base of Cedar Wood and Pink Amber Accord.

Five favourite scents for summer

Chanel Paris Riviera
Oh la, la, this fragrance will transport you right to Paris, Madame, with top notes of orange peel, flowers and citruses, middle notes of Neroli and Jasmine and base notes of Benzoin and Sandalwood.

Five favourite scents for summer

Tom Ford Lost Cherry
This is a more full-bodied scent, a little sweet and a lot playful. With notes of exotic Black cherries and Bitter Almond, floral hints of Turkish Rose and Jasmine Sambac and woody hints of Sandalwood, Vetiver and Cedar and touches of Peru Balsam and Roasted Tonka.

Five favourite scents for summer

Chloe Nomade
This Chloe scent evokes the more adventurous side than it’s predecessors. This scent is slightly less floral and more complex. With keynotes of Oakmoss, Freesia and Mirabelle Liquor, with the classic Chloe floral undertones.

Five favourite scents for summer

Guerlain Aqua Allegoria Flora Cherrysia ET
This fruity fragrance from Guerlain joins the Aqua Allegoria family with top notes of Watermelon and Calabrian Bergamot, middle notes of Cherry Blossom, pear and rose base woody notes of white musk and violet.

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