NEST Frangrance Review

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A couple of months ago I smelled the scent Midnight Fleur by NEST and afterwards I couldn’t get it out of my head. I am not someone that purchases scents on a whim so I didn’t get it because I like to wear a scent for a day just to make sure that I won’t get tired of the smell and also to test out how the scent changes throughout the day.

By the time that I went back they were all sold out of it. Which was a total bummer, but then over the holidays I found a sampler set from NEST that included three travel size perfumes. I love these kind of sets because they let you try out new scents without shelling out a huge chunk of cash, so let’s get into the review!

DSC_0983First up is the scent Dahlia & Vines. My take is that this scent is floraly, sweet, feminine, and one that is good for daytime wear. The notes are: Dewy Daffodils, Peony, Rose, and Garden Vines.

It’s great for when I want to smell nice but not have something on that is really overpowering. If you like floral scents then this one is for you.

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Next is the scent Indigo. To me this scent is bold, sharp, and warm. The notes are: Moroccan Tea, Kashmir Wood, Cardamom, and Wild Fig.

I like to use this one as something to layer under scents that are really sweet, it adds a deeper layer. However, it’s also great to wear on its own. It has a masculine quality to it that I really like.

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Last but not least is Midnight Fleur. This scent is unique, has some dark floral hints, and the sexiest of the set. The notes are: Exotic Woods, Black Amber, Patchouli, Night-Blooming Jasmine, and Vanilla Orchid.

This one is the standout for me. I’d smelled the scent before and loved it, but I’ve fallen head over heals for it. In one word it’s addicting.


That’s the end of the review but I have to say that although I hadn’t heard of the brand until recently I really like NEST fragrances. Their scents remind me of Jo Malone in the sense that they are really simple but somehow the combination of notes is just magical.

 

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