LUSH recently launched a brand new selection of Gorilla perfumes inspired by art, music, memories, people, and stories. These perfumes take inspiration from real experiences, as opposed to industry ideals. There are a myriad of original scents, in all shapes, sizes, and smells. Recently, I've been delighting in LUSH Sun Eau de Cologne thanks to the folks at LUSH, and have a sunny review to share with you today!
LUSH Sun is a deliciously optimistic scent. The idea for it was born when in-house perfumer Mark Constantine dreamed of a bright yellow sun on a lollipop stick (hence the imagery on the packaging!) It's a cheery scent that's meant to remind us of warmer climates and happy memories. (In Mark's case, it reminds him of driving down the New Jersey turnpike to the tune of Simon and Garfunkel).
|Notes: Tangerine, Orange, Mimosa, Sandalwood
LUSH Sun Eau de Cologne ($14.95 for 0.3 oz) certainly does channel the effect of a sunny orange lollipop on a stick. If you're a citrus fragrance lover (man or woman) I definitely recommend a sniff; the citrus and sandalwood combine for a novel and delicious scent experience. Thanks for reading! Have you tried LUSH Gorilla perfumes? Do you like citrus scents?
Disclosure: This post contains product(s) sent to Cute and Mundane for consideration. The ideas and opinions in this post are genuine and my own.