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The week's words on the web

PHOTO CREDIT: With thanks to the Looks 2 B Loved blog. 

Here's our round-up of what's been written about The Library of Fragrance, this week.  Click the links to read the features in full!

Last Sunday, the Fat Beauty blog asks the question, "How many times have you smelt something and wished " God I wish I could bottle that and wear it!" and finds solace with our Tangerine Cologne. Meanwhile, Tanya at the Simply Steadman blog tries our Sex on the Beach Cologne and declares that, "it's the most sickly sweet amazing perfume I have ever had the pleasure of smelling!"

On Wednesday, over at the Strawberry Blonde Beauty blog, Nic and her two children tell us what they think about our 'Fireplace', 'Moonbeam', 'Gingerbread' and 'Orange Blossom' Colognes. We love her nine year old daughter's view on 'Fireplace'!

Charlotte at Looks 2 B Loved sampled our Apple Blossom Cologne on Friday and says, "OOoooOoo, Apple Blossom is so yummy! The perfect scent to introduce me to the brand and wow, do I love it! It’s such a light, refreshing fragrance and perfect for day time wear. Apple Blossom actually reminds me a little of DKNY’s Be Delicious, which is a pretty awesome comparison really because not only is that one of my old favourite fragrances but also with Apple Blossom available at just £15, it’s a snip too! Far less damaging on the pocket!" We're especially pleased that Charlotte's going to have a play next time she's in Boots, and try layering Apple Blossom with Peach or Mango, to satisfy her love for fragrance that packs a really fruity punch. 

Finally, and also on Friday, Rachel at the Lost in Lipstick blog writes about our Peony Cologne, which we sent because we knew her bridal bouquet was made from Peonies. Click on the link to find out whether it lived up to her fragrant memories of that very special day.

Check back next week for more news about our reviews!

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    Clare Rees
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