Ah, finally the weekend. I’ve the quickest little deal alert for you today and it’s another one from Bvlgari again. You might recall the Bvlgari Omnia Crytalline I posted about just last week, well it seems that Bvlgari Omnia must be pretty busy because hot on the feels of Crystalline they’ve now launched the Bvlgari Omnia Indian Garnet perfume and there’re free samples of this perfume up for grabs!
How gorgeous is that bottle?? I’ve always thought the unique, almost infinity-8 bottle of the Omnia fragrance was pretty unique and the Crytalline version made it soft and feminine (with the fragrance saying ‘innocence’), but this Indian Garnet colours, although just a simple recolouring in crystal and bright orange, really gives the whole thing an amazing ‘spunky’ and dynamic look I feel! Sadly the free sample of the Bvlgari perfume won’t include a whole bottle, haha, but it does make me more curious to have a sample to smell! Amethyst and Coral look gorgeous too by the way, am loving the previous gems theme.
As for the fragrance itself, it’s meant to be a more mature and dusky scent, more for the sophisticated female who wants to embody charm, delicacy and also mystery and enchantment. Apparently ‘seduction’ is the key theme here although personally the colours look more ‘youthful’ and ‘vibrant’ to me! Key notes include tuberose (what’s that?!) and osmanthus flowers. Very exotic sounding. Check out their webpage here, I defy you not to stare into the hypnotic petals of the moving flowers on the page!
To try the fragrance, just fill out your details in this little form here and allow for up to 28 days for delivery.
They send out a confirmation email just a minute after you submit, it’s all very efficient haha, enjoy your sample!
ps: remember the free samples of the Britney Spear’s Naughty and Nice remixes? I just received mine in the post the other day, so while it does say to give it 28 days it usually arrives earlier!
Has anyone tried any of the Bvlgari Omnia fragrances?
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