The palette itself is small – it fits in the palm of your hand – but it’s quite chunky and you couldn’t call it feather-light.
Options for the solids are Lime, Basil & Mandarin, Basil & Neroli, Pomegranate Noir (this is so popular that everyone would forgive you for buying two the same and having a Pomegranate fest in your carry-on), English Pear & Freesia, Blackberry & Bay, Peony & Blush Suede, Nectarine Blossom & Honey, Mimosa & Cardamom, Wood Sage & Sea Salt and Oud & Bergamot.
Of COURSE it has it’s own little dress! I love the idea of this for travel as well as the option of changing your fragrance mid-way through the day (I mean, who carries two fragrances everywhere?) or if you’ve combined, going larger on one than the other depending upon your mood. It’s a beeswax formula so not suitable for vegans but has a very smooth application feel.
I think this looks like a great gift as well as treat-to-self and of course, while it’s luxury pricing, it’s not as steep as I was expecting. The palette itself is £24 with individual solid fragrances coming in at £14 each which comes in at £52. There is a slight price variant for the ‘intense’ fragrance versions making them £16 each. They’re on the site but not ‘live’ yet (you can sign up for notifications or just wait a week or so) other than as part of the Fleur de Force set which is Golden English Pear & Freesia with Wood Sage & Sea Salt. Actually, it’s very pretty with ribbons and a pink bag – thinking of Mother’s Day here just in case you’re stuck for ideas. It’s HERE non affiliate HERE.
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