Nice flirty cantaloupe and jasmine, with a smart woody tonka bean ending.
The first Juicy scent that doesn’t take over my entire house, street and neighborhood on the way to the high school–a safe blind buy for your favorite teen-thing this holiday.
And five points to House J. Couture for the “Bows before Beaus” line.
I love Lizzo.
The solid goes on with cool waxy watermelon and warms up to a creamy tuberose with a bite of peach.
Lasts for an hour with faint but big sillage, then dissolves into caramel on the skin.
It’s much nicer than I expected–delicate and lighthearted and fun–so nice to find a teen perfume done really well.
This song came out at the same time, cliche and cute (with a teenage fantasy revenge video), but still charming.
Opens with a Jamba Juice stand, and finishes with Brach’s Milk Maid caramel bullion cubes, amber, and overpriced shoes.
Teen Vogue magazine has smelled like this for the past ten years; and it works in a ridiculously girly-girl fashion. Doesn’t project too much and doesn’t last too long, and the bottle is chichi cute.
I’m guessing the box sets sell like hotcakes on the holidays.