Tuesday 19 May 2015

Try This Tuesday- Scent Trunk

Hello Gorgeous!
Today's Try This Tuesday is all about a great subscription service called Scent TrunkScent Trunk is a cologne and perfume subscription service that offers you the chance to sample fragrances from niche brands not sold in department stores. You can find a list of brands here, that Scent Trunk works with. When you enter the Scent Trunk site you will be asked to fill in a short survey about what fragrance smells you are drawn to, and if you prefer to get a women's, man's or a unisex box. In the Scent Trunk I received there were three sample bottles. I was surprised at the small size, but trust me, a little product goes a long way. These sample bottle are highly concentrated fragrances and each scent is very unique.  I did quite like them all, and was pleasantly thrilled with the options.   Scent Trunk has a scent school breakdown that I must share with you. This explains why the fragrances are sample sized."One interesting thing you’ll find with Scent Trunk, is that you’ll get a different amount of each of your fragrances, and you’re probably wondering why! 

The fragrance oil is what makes a scent rich, and long-lasting.  Different fragrances have different amounts of oil and this affects its longevity.  Here are the different types of fragrances and the amount of oil in them:
1)      Eau Fraiche: 3% or less
2)      Eau de Cologne: 2 – 5%
3)      Eau de Toilette: 4 – 10%
4)      Eau de Parfum: 8 – 15%
5)      Soie de Parfum: 15 – 18%
6)      Parfum: 15 – 25%"

Below is a short video explaining more about the Scent Trunk women's launch,

Now it's your chance to get in on the Scent Trunk phenomenon! Enter to win your own Scent Trunk, of your choice, women's, men's or unisex. Use the widget below and you have to fill in your Scent 
Profile on the Scent Trunk Site so that the experts at Scent Trunk can create your custom fragrances or colognes just for you!

Teach in Fashion and Scent Trunk Giveaway


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