I love perfume rollerballs. Not only are they so cute and mini, but they are great for travel. I like to keep one in my car and in my purse. They are so much more convenient than carrying a huge perfume bottle around and worrying about it breaking. Rollerballs are also great if you want to try out a new perfume, but don’t want to buy a whole bottle before you are sure if you will like it.
The scents that I like to wear are most of the time very floral. Who doesn’t want to smell like flowers? Floral scents are so girly and feminine.
I especially like the scent of peonies. Elizabeth and James’ Nirvana White is one of my favorites, it combines peony scent with a light musk . This gives it a feminine, yet sophisticated scent. My favorite peony scent is L’occitane Pivoine Flora. This scent is pure floral with a mixture of peonies and roses, which just happen to be my two favorite scents. This perfume is light and girly, perfect for everyday.
Another floral perfume that I love is Marchesa’s Parfum D’extase. This is also very floral – with notes of freesia, violet, and jasmine. This is a very feminine scent with no musk.
Another scent I really like is Juicy Couture’s Viva La Juicy. This is also a floral perfume, but not completely floral like the others. This scent has notes of fruit – berries and mandarins – but also gardenias and jasmine. I can really smell the gardenia in this one, which I really like. I like this perfume for nighttime.
The last thing I like to use in my purse is a Travalo. This is a little, refillable, mini perfume bottle that you can fill with your favorite perfume. I’ve got a couple of these – pictured here is the one by ULTA. These are very easy to use – you just pop the cap off of your large perfume bottle, and pump this little baby on top until it’s full. It’s spillproof, and you always have your favorite perfume with you! I usually have Chanel Coco Mademoiselle in mine. I don’t think Chanel makes rollerballs.
So, there you have it, my favorite travel perfume scents!
What’s your favorite scent?
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