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If you’re making the switch to green beauty and trying to rid yourself of toxins, switching to a non-toxic fragrance is one of the first things you will want to do. Since I’ve been wearing pure fragrance, I can’t STAND the smell of synthetic ones (they actually make me get headaches now). Lurk perfumes are as pure as they come, created in a base of organic jojoba oil with pure essential oils and containing no water or alcohol. I always have a Lurk perfume with me as it’s the perfect size for carrying in your makeup bag. I find myself opening up the bottles and sniffing them on airplanes, while I’m waiting for someone…they are delicious and there’s nothing like scents from nature to change your mood.
ANNE’S TAKE: Seductive notes of Ambrette seed intertwine with warming black balsam and succulent florals to produce this vibrant, feral blend. Distinctive, sensual and surprisingly fresh.
MY TAKE: Soft, powdery, flowery, definitely my new favorite. Fresh and clean, but subtle about it. I’ve been wearing this since I received it…perfect for Spring/Summer!
ANNE’S TAKE: This delicate blend of deeply complex notes incorporates heady Pink Lotus with Owyhee, fresh citrus, warm sandalwood and creamy Tuberose to create this unique, earthy floral scent that is instantly addictive and engaging.
MY TAKE: Lively, bright and pretty, this strikes me as more of an exhilarating, earthy-yet-modern fragrance. Uplifting and awakening. Another one I can’t stop sniffing.
ANNE’S TAKE: Spicy notes of tobacco meld seamlessly into a transcendent blend of Neroli, Bulgarian rose and lavender blossom. An intoxicating infusion that is densely layered yet never heavy. This is gorgeous for the chilly weather, too!
MY TAKE: Sexy, sexy, spicy…gorgeous for those nights when you’re wearing some retro-Halston (seriously, that’s what came to mind). This is NYC at night bottled up. Love it. It’s striking, but, like all of Anne’s work, never overpowering. Another hit.