23/09/2015

The Beauty Edition: Sun Perfume, Lush

I wanted to take a moment to share with you my favourite scent of the season. It won’t be long until I’m blogging about winter woollies so I thought I had better squeeze in a last little summer edition.

I’m a Lush addict, there you go, I said it. Ever since I stepped into the Oxford Street store in London recently my wish list has doubled. Whilst in that particular store I was lucky enough to be taken on a perfume sensory tour which I mentioned in a previous post. There was one stand out scent for me and that was Sun and this is literally summer in a bottle, it’s absolutely heavenly. It’s a very simple fragrance, made with only three main notes of Sandlewood, Mimosa and Brazilian Orange Oil. The most prominent note for me is the Brazillian Orange oil, it’s so lovely and refreshing, it really clings to the skin and gives off gorgeous citrus aromas.

Gorilla Perfumes are legendary in the Lush world. Inspired by all things art, music and poetry there is always a story behind a bottle and Lush are fantastic at bringing a product to life, you almost feel like you are right there in the thick of the history. The best part about the product is that it is completely animal cruelty free! Lush are huge advocates for all things completely Vegan.

There is something so calming about Sun and it’s going to bring back such a sense of nostalgia dipping back into this fragrance next year (if i’m lucky enough to have a drop left). This has been my go to spritz for summer and it’s going to make me so sad not to use this as it really brightens up my morning, there is nothing better than capturing pure sunshine in a bottle.

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It's Emma over email but Ems face-to-face. By title, I'm a writer, photographer, creative, freelance marketer and more importantly rosé drinker. I'm also a daughter, sister, auntie, girlfriend and friend. I overshare and I swear. I have been dedicating my time to this space for four years. Lifestyle topics are my specialty, with a dose of daily fashion thrown in for good measure.

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