Spring Fling – The Finale!

By Luke

And finally for the Spring inspired
compilation (which has nearly broken me by the way) the monochrome.
Cool whites, and slick blacks. When choice is just too much of a
burden, there is always staple black and whites to fall back on. 

Lacoste L.12.12 Blanc

As part of a series of L.12.12 from
Lacoste, inspired by the iconic polo shirts, this fragrance is a
summery one, and surprised me. Already a big fan of the Bleu in the
series, the others left me a little cold. This one is one of the
good ones though. When it first goes on, it smelled to me like
anything else. Generic, male fragrance, zesty, a little like Hugo
Boss (which incidentally is one of many fragrance faves, but for all
the wrong reasons!).

The top note is grapefruit, and is
actually quite aggressive. But don’t let this put you off.

The initial shock of that dies down to
a rather pleasant floral edged with a bit of citrus. And there it
stops. Wafts of something spicy whisper through it, but not enough
to make it a woody scent at all. The floral and the zingy citrus
remain.

Not sophisticated particularly, but
equally not at all unpleasant.

I like its simplicity. And it’s easy
to wear and boy does it last. Sort of smells quite young (or a lot
younger than me at any rate) and dare I say it, sporty? In the heat
of summer, I can imagine this would be a bit of a dressy scent for a
night out. Perhaps somewhere where a Lacoste shirt, and loafers may
be the dress code.

Available nationwide, £47 for
100ml.

Rituals Cherry Blossom & Rice
Milk Body Cream.

Rituals are always a bit of a mixed bag
for me. Some bits of it are INCREDIBLE and there are others that
just miss the mark in my opinion. Well, this is one of the ones that
gets it right. A gorgeous rich, and creamy whipped body cream with a
very, very feminine sweet summer like scent of Cherry Blossom.
Doesn’t go on sticky, absorbs easily, and leaves a very lovely
scent on the skin for a long while after it has been applied. Almost
smells like a bag of sweets. Fabulous. And a great price for a such
a high standard!

Available at www.rituals.com
and is £17 for 200ml.

Cheeky Tar Very Much Chat Me Up
Nail Paint

On with the monochrome theme, and on
(your nails) with the black.

As part of the Sugar & Spice
Collection, Tar Very Much is a multi dimensional shimmering black,
with some tiny flecks of sparkle. Dressy, and rather smart. And a
steal at £7!

Available at www.urcheeky.com
and The Cheeky Parlour on Redchurch Street.

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