Wednesday, 12 February 2014

Review: Intimately Beckham Perfume

Today I'd had a stressful morning and a bit of bad news so when I came home to find that this had been delivered it cheered up my mood a bit. I ordered the 'Intimately Beckham' perfume by Victoria Beckham from Superdrug for an amazing £15! (love to take advantage of all the Valentines deals!) I have been looking for an everyday scent for ages because I hate to use up my Chanel perfume too quickly and this seemed like a good buy because I'd been reading lots of reviews on it, plus 75ml for only £15 is a total bargain! 
Starting off with the aesthetics of the product, both the box and bottle look expensive and chic. To me it's very reminiscent of the Miss Dior perfume bottle, even down to the lightly coloured pink liquid. I'm used to the beautiful bottles of Chanel & Marc Jacobs and this latest arrival definitely looks at home on my dressing table.

Now onto the scent, I'm not the best at describing how perfumes smell but I'll do my best using how it's described on the website as well! This perfume is described as smelling of white flowers, orchid, rose petals, bergamont and vanilla. I would say it's a very floral, sweet smell but it's not overpowering and really lasts on my skin. Other people have described it as having a seductive musk scent to it and I would agree, it's really gorgeous and exactly what I was looking for in a light perfume. I think anyone who likes floral based scents and is looking for a real bargain would really love this!

What is your favourite perfume?

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  1. i personally love this perfume , i already had a small bottle with the lotion and for christmas i received the larger bottle so now i have a little collection of intimately beckham perfumes :)
    i even wrote a blog post of my fave perfumes and this one featured , just in love with it

  2. oh it looks really nice and the scent sounds amazing! I think I'll give it a try in super drug :)


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