Spring Beauty Buys: Scents

Continuing the series of my seasonal beauty buys, I’m starting spring off with scents. I mentioned in my February favorites that I loved the bag of sample scents I received from Sephora, and it definitely introduced me to some of my favorite new scents perfect for spring.

Tocca- Margaux2015-04-12 01.56.04

This scent has notes of gardenia, violet, amber, vanilla, cashmere woods, and warm musk. It is definitely a rich feminine scent and is something I could see myself wearing year-round. The strong floral notes of this perfume really make me think of spring though.

Tokyo Milk Dark- Tainted Love2015-04-12 01.58.45

I have always been in love with this scent. I actually have it in a hand cream that I picked up in Florida last year, and I carry it in my purse with me everywhere. This perfume is just as awesome. It combines scents I don’t normally see paired together: sandalwood, dark vanilla bean, white tea, and orchid, and is considered darling, inquisitive and dramatic.

Nest- Midnight Fleur2015-04-12 01.56.56

I had never heard of this brand until recently and was excited to try them out with the sample of this perfume. The key notes in this perfume are similar to those listed in the other perfumes I’ve listed above (clearly I am liking very similar scents). Black amber, patchouli, exotic woods, vanilla orchid, and jasmine make up this fragrance and it’s described as intoxicating and bold.

Kai2015-04-12 01.52.51

I received this in a Pop Sugar Must Have box quite some time ago, and I love it! I use it every spring now, and it lasts forever! It comes in roller ball form and is a great scent for spring travel. It’s actually a perfume oil and has strong notes of gardenia-yet again a staple scent for spring!2015-04-12 01.37.56

I’ve been rotating these four scents out each day because I just love them all! What’s your favorite scent for spring? Let me know!

Thanks for reading,


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