Sunday, 5 July 2015

Estee Lauder Bronze Goddess Eau Fraiche

Estee Lauder Bronze Goddess

I'm seriously on a quest to buy every single perfume in existence it would seem by looking back through my blog archives, but the latest edition to my ever growing collection just had to be bought. I am of course talking about Estee Lauder Bronze Goddess Eau Fraiche.

Released every year as a limited edition summer product, I've been meaning to get my paws on this for a few years now. I finally did and boy, I can see what all the fuss is about! The best way of describing Estee Lauder Bronze Goddess is simply summer in a bottle. It's an amber, vanilla and coconut combination of goodness which just makes you think beach. It's not the scent of oil and tacky suncream at all, this is a more grown up and exquisite summer holiday, Secret Escapes or Kuoni if you will.

It's quite a warm scent I find, and extremely addictive to boot. Luckily then, as for £47 you get a generous 100ml and I find it lingers pretty well on me so this baby should see me through to next summer. A lot of perfumes can be worn all year round but for me this is strictly for summer only and I quite like that exclusivity. It certainly gives you something to look forward to! Each year the bottle is slightly different but I think we've been spoilt this time around as the ombre coloured bottle and gold lid is so dreamy. This will be a keeper once its empty I'm sure.

There is a wider Bronze Goddess collection which features gorgeous summer appropriate bronzers, nail colours and eyeshadows, but what I've been swooning over the most is the now sold out Shimmering Body Oil. Let's hope Lauder bring this back next year too as I won't hesitate again. If you haven't already tried Bronze Goddess I strongly urge you to test it before it runs out for another year. This is one now to be missed!

What do you think of this summer scent?

Laura

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