8 August 2015

Estee Lauder Bronze Goddess Eau Fraiche Skin Scent Review ☼

Hi Lovelies!
Hope you're all doing well? I can't get over how nice the weather has turned out today and I've been making the most of it... despite my day not going quite as planned. I never used to be that into perfume when I was younger and only had a select few on my dressing table. Then I somehow turned into a serial perfume hoarder and now I just can't stop spraying and spritzing throughout the day... someone I work with actually told me I made the office smell like Debenhams (Surely that's a good thing?) Ha! Anyway lovelies, I thought it was about time I shared my new love for the 'Estee Lauder Bronze Goddess Perfume' which I have been totally obsessed by this summer. I would love to hear from you in the comments section below, but you can also use my social media icons to the right hand side if you would like to get in contact a little quicker. 

If a holiday could be bottled I'm 99% sure that this would be the fragrance. It makes me think of a dreamy beach holiday with soft sands, gentle waves and I can totally imagine sipping on a fresh coconut too. Yes this skin scent is like sensory overload, especially if you like Vanilla and Coconut scents. I'm pretty surprised that I haven't already tried this, but for some reason it has escaped me! I love everything about this fragrance and if  Bergamot, Amber, Tiare Flower, Vanilla and creamy Coconut are your kinda scents... then you really need to invest. A few people have said that it reminds them a little of sunscreen, but the only one I can think of that comes close is Hawaiian Tropic, which I also love the smell of to be honest. However, I wouldn't really compare this to smelling like sunscreen from a personal point of view. The Coconut, Vanilla, Bergamot and Amber make it into a total blanket of goodness and for me this has become a total summer must have. It's pretty pricey at £47.00 but you are getting 100ml of product, which should last you ages and of course you are getting a beautiful summery scent and gorgeous packaging too. Bronze Goddess is limited edition, but as far as I can see there are still a few left on House of Fraser which I have linked above.
I hope you've enjoyed this post lovelies and I would love to know your thoughts... do you adore this fragrance or can you take it or leave it?


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10 comments

  1. So many people rave bout this fragrance, I really need to smell it!

    Jenny | That Northern Gal

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  2. I have been meaning to test this fragrance! This makes me want to smell it even more! Love the colour of the bottle :)

    meimei xx
    www.meimeisays.co.uk

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  3. I love Estee Lauder and am in need of a new perfume! I will have a look for it as the idea of holiday in a bottle really appeals to me!

    Becca
    QueenBeeBecca.com

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  4. This scent sounds lovely. The smell of coconut always reminds me of holidays.

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  5. I've never tried this scent. It sounds really nice and summery x

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  6. This is my absolute fave summer perfume. It really is a holiday in a bottle! xo

    Julie-Ann | ourdreamsoffashion.com

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  7. This sounds beautiful, I'll have to give it a smell the next time I'm out shopping, really like the packaging too!
    Mantenso xx
    She's AbouThat Life

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  8. I love the scent of this perfume. I give it a good sniff every time I'm at the mall then I fall in love with it over and over again. Think I just need to go and pick up a bottle, it's definitely a must have for Summer :-)

    Makeup, Beauty & Fashion

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  9. I need this perfume in my life - the scent, the bottle, the name... it's perfect!

    lillies and lipbalm
    xx

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  10. I've heard so much about this and vanilla and coconut sound amazing! Definitely need to give it a smell. M xx

    The CSI Girls

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