The Library of Fragrance has a variety of 101 scents, there is literally something for everyone! The brands popularity has grown rapidly over the past couple of years and they have been featured in magazines such as Vogue, Elle and Grazia. Even the Queen of YouTube Zoella has recommended them!
"Originally established in 1996, Demeter set out to create fragrances that captured all the wonderful smells that surround us every day, but are too often under appreciated in our busy, pressured, multi-tasking world. The first three scents belonging to the collection – Dirt, Grass and Tomato – were launched at Bergdorf Goodman in New York City. With the brand quickly gathering a loyal cult following, the concept soon expanded to include an even broader range of smells – no matter how odd or unusual – and scents such as Gin & Tonic, Baby Powder and even Play-Doh began to populate the library."
I was recently asked if I would like to pick a couple of them to test out and I picked Jasmine, Pixie Dust and Gingerbread.
"Jasmine - exotic, sweet, warm and heady. Our Jasmine fragrance is the experience of the living flowers picked on a beautifully fragrant, balmy night - at night because this is when the jasmine flower opens its petals and bestows us with its most intoxicating scent."Jasmine is extremely strong which makes it last all day - RRP for 30ml £15.00.
"We have to confess that, very sadly, we really don't know what actual Pixie Dust smells like... but when we close our eyes and think of Tinker Bell's sparkling aura, we can almost smell it. It's fruity, sugary and somehow reminiscent of a scent from the past that we can't quite place. It smells like imagination and magic and untold possibilities. It smells like our Pixie Dust cologne."Pixie Dust is very sweet when you first spray it but the scent settles nicely and makes a light scent for daytime wear - RRP for 30ml £15.00.
"Our Gingerbread fragrance is a rich, spicy ginger scent, extremely warm and sexy. If Hansel and Gretel had only had this, things might have been very, very different."I was excited to try Gingerbread as it's very different and festive, at first when I smelt it I thought I wouldn't be able to use it as a perfume as it's very strong, however once it had settled on my skin it was a delicious warm, spicy scent, perfect for the winter season - RRP for 30ml £9.99.
I love all three scents and think they would make brilliant gifts as there is so many scents to choose from.
Have you tried or heard of The Library of Fragrance?