Sunday, April 2, 2017

The New Lancome La Vie Est Belle Florale Review



I'm slowly getting into that "Spring mode"and soon I will eventually get around to Spring cleaning my wardrobe too ( wishful thinking of course), but one thing I do tend to do coming into April is changing up my perfume! Usually it would be something like Hugo Boss Orange, Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue or Chanel Chance but today's post talks about the new addition to the Lancome La Vie Est Belle range, Florale, which was sent to me recently and is definitely taking center stage in my perfume section at the moment. It took me by surprise as I didn't think it would be possible for Lancome to create something just as beautiful as the original 'La Vie Est Belle' but they did - so that is why I just had to blog about it!



La Vie Est Belle Florale is a reinterpretation of the original Lancome scent but with notable differences. While floral scents are still at the heart of the fragrance, it's a lighter scent that is instantly fresh, clean cut and embodies soft velvet undertones. There is a sweetness to it but more towards the fruity feel with key ingredients including pink pepper, pear accord and zesty bergamont. It gives a gorgeous uplifting feel where you can't but help envisage yourself walking on a tropical beach at sunset wearing your favourite maxi dress and enjoying the sand between your toes ( but that's just me of course!).  I am quite a creature of habit staying within the similar scents from sweet soft perfumes to airy and light scents. so it's definitely my style of fragrance but La Vie Est Belle Florale will undoubtedly work for both a broad age range and taste buds. It's a very easy perfume to come across so practically all big retailers such as Debenhams, Macy's, Selfridges and online beauty websites are sure to have it.






If you are a perfume fan then be sure to check out some of my other reviews below!

Lou xx 









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