Friday, 25 March 2016

Perfume Review: Ghost Girl

 First of all guys, remember in my last post how I said I hadn't yet worked out how lighting works in my new flat? Yeah, this is ever evident here. SORRY. I tried. I tried in so many places! I haven't mastered it yet. I think the terrace is going to be the place to take all the photos but at the time of taking these it was filled with drying clothes. They'll be better next time I swear.


  If you follow me on Twitter, you'll probably have seen me complaining about how much money moving house is. My rent has gone up. I have to transport everything. I have to buy all sorts of things I didn't know I needed, that I'd forgotten, and just new decorations and pieces in general alongside all the new plates, discovering you'd damaged the hoover on the way over and BLAH BLAH BLAH.

Therefore, probably the last thing I needed to buy was new perfume, but, well, I did it anyway.

 Enter Ghost Girl, because I happened to be going past The Perfume Store and saw it inside. I was curious about it as I'd seen a lot of references about it and thought I'd go and give it a smell.

And it's SO NICE.

It's a very fruity scent that reminds me a little of Britney Spears' perfumes (a very good thing, because they're some of my all time favourites) with scents of pear, pomegranite, and lots of raspberry. This is a very fruity and strong scent that just smells so tropical and lovely I knew straight away I had to have it. It's fun and I love the power behind it, but please do bear in mind that I am not exaggerating when I say it's a strong scent - if you prefer your perfumes to be more subtle, this is absolutely not the one for you!

I got mine in a gift set, because as usual, for some reason it was cheaper to get it this way! The perfume is £25 - or £19.99 for exactly the same size perfume plus a bonus body lotion. Madness, I don't know why companies do this as I now have quite a big collection of bonus products that I ended up with purely because the gift set happened to work out cheaper! If you'd like to pick up your own you can grab it from The Perfume Shop, here!

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