Time to Smell the Roses with These 7 Spring Scents
Love is in the air, and we have the perfect fragrances for the season. Smell great all season long with these 7 spring scents.
Spring scents that every person needs to add to their collection start here.
Spring has sprung in the fragrance world. Every department store you walk through or every fashion magazine you read is full of the latest spring perfumes and colognes. But before buying one, you need to understand a little bit more about spring scents — that’s why we found 7 that just make scents! (See what we did there?)
Get your nose to work with our list.
Have you ever heard about the prince of citrus? If not, then you need to check out bergamot scents. Bergamot is a sunny and pleasant citrus scent that gives off an aroma that’s refreshing, rounded, sweet, and deep. This scent is similar to lime with floral, herbal, and resinous undertones. Bergamot is in many popular fragrances like the Acqua de Parma Bergamotto di Calabria.
Spring is all about citrus notes, so you cannot skip lemon scents. Lemon scents are known for their clean, fresh, and sparkling notes. To create lemon fragrances and colognes, manufacturers extract the essential oil by cold-pressing lemon peels. If you want a light and fresh lemon scent, check out Estee Lauder Limone de Silicia.
If you love violet scents, then you’re going to love iris scents, as well. The scent itself gives off a dry, spicy, and woody note. However, it can vary from plant to plant. Check out ALT Iris Femme if you’re interested in this scent!
The rose scent can give off different notes depending on the color of the rose. Red and pink roses give off traditional rose notes. White and yellow roses can smell like violets, nasturtium, and lemons. Vibrant yellow and orange roses can smell like a variety of fruits, nasturtium, violets, and cloves. A great starter rose perfume is the Estee Lauder Evening Rose.
Looking for a scent that’s perfect for a date night? Look no further than jasmine. Jasmine scents give off a rich and sweet floral note. This scent is considered a sensual, intoxicating, and exotic smell. Fun fact — due to its carnal features, jasmine is seen as an aphrodisiac in some cultures. If you want a perfume with this scent, take a look at Tom Ford Jasmin Rouge.
As you guessed, mandarin gives off citrus and orange notes. Mandarin scents also have bitter, green notes. While you may think that it’s mandarin juice, it’s actually the peel of the mandarin. A great spring mandarin perfume to try out is the Escentric Molecules Molecule 01 + Mandarin.
Spring is not just for floral and citrus notes. Scents with woody tones are also in, like sandalwood. Many popular perfumes and colognes use sandalwood as the base note. The scent itself is a deep, woody scent that smells like a mix of floral, rich, balsamic, soft, and sweet notes. For scents-piration, check out TRUEFITT & HILL Sandalwood Cologne.
Which one of these seven spring scents do you want to add to your collection? Don’t end your spring makeover with just a new perfume or cologne. Instead, go all out this season by booking a beauty and health appointment with a PRO in your area. Our PROs can help with hair, makeup, massages, facial treatments, and more. To learn more, download the MOBILESTYLES App today.