This cute eau de parfum is a new offering from URBAN DOLLKISS formerly known as Baviphat.
The line contains ten different fragrances and the brand writes that these are meant to be used layered together in order for the user to create their own personal fragrance, which is also why the line has been divided into four categories: citrus, floral, fruity and musk.
I currently own NO.3 Lime Basil and Sage, I might buy some of the others and test out different layering techniques.
The bottle is made of glass and it is shaped as an apple, with the closure being made of some kind of metallic plastic. The closure is the only thing I don’t like about this perfume bottle since it is quite fragile and I have to be careful while opening or closing.
This bottle features a roll-on application which I love since it assures a mess free and controlled application.
The bottle contains 8 ml of product, which might sound like a tiny amount but remember that this is not an eau de toilette but an eau de parfum, so a little goes a long way and it also lasts longer on skin.
In the end the bottle is cute and reminds me of those small vintage perfume bottles that used to be easy to find at markets.
I chose NO.3 Lime Basil and Sage since I am fond of fresh herbal scents and they are quite uncommon on the market.
The notes are as follows:
Top: Grapefruit, Lemon and Lime.
Heart: Jasmine, Basil and Sage.
When I looked at the full list of notes the first, in the ad there was no list only a description, I became a little bit worried since this perfume has both patchouli and jasmine. Both of those notes have a tendency to give me a headache but I am pleasantly surprised at how much I love this scent.
For me this smells like a crisp summer morning.
Personally speaking I’m very tired of the typical summer scents that get’s released every year, they all smell too similar to each other!
So I am pleased to have found something that still is very summery but does not fall into the stereotypical rendition of a summer fragrance.
The scent starts off a little bit sharp but as time progresses and the citrus top notes starts to mellow down a little, the heart notes really does come out to play and the herbal notes mesh perfectly with the jasmine.
Jasmine is in my opinion one of the more masculine florals, combine that with herbal notes and you get a heart accord with a unisex feeling to it. That makes it sound heavy but it is kept fresh thanks to the top notes.
The patchouli is the only base note in this fragrance but I think it was a good idea from the one concocting this. The patchouli gives this fragrance a nice earthy quality that keeps this fragrance from becoming too airy or fleeting.
After wearing this for a couple of hours the patchouli starts to give off a more smoky quality, which is very beautiful in my opinion.
This scent is on its way to become a new favourite.
The way it progresses when I wear it is so beautiful and complex.
The price point is also very good but I do see that the price varies depending on where you buy it. I paid five dollars for this and I’m happy to have found a perfume that I love that is budget friendly.
I feel that perfumes are something that is extremely personal and as such it is difficult to give recommendations, but I hope that my description of this scent was useful and that you liked this post. The photos in this post came out very blurry but I believe they still captures how the product still looks.
Thank you for reading!