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    Pink Haze

    by House of Cherry Bomb

    An ebulliently floral scent with a certain metallic brilliance! Pink Haze smells faintly of wet sidewalks and the summer sun on a heated car grill: cheerily optimistic and somewhat hip. There’s nothing stuffy or stodgy here, and the fragrance is as fun as its name!

    NOTES: Lilac, lily-of-the-valley, gardenia, metallic notes, cedar, honeysuckle, beeswax


    Price:
    $75.00



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    1. amazing 5 Star Review

      Posted by on 17th Mar 2016

      I love Pink Haze! On me, it really does open with wet sidewalks on a humid evening. I did not expect to like it but I do, very very much. After 15 - 30 minutes, the flowers start coming in. They are all there. It's beautiful!


    2. pink smoke 5 Star Review

      Posted by on 4th Jan 2016

      I give this five stars but not for what it says it smells like in the description. On me there is not much lilac, and trust me I know lilac. There is a faint lilac smell but they are faint layer with haze or a dusting of smoke. This is a soft sensual smell on me and I love it. FBW


    3. When all the lilacs on your street bloom at the same time! 4 Star Review

      Posted by on 31st May 2015

      An exploding lilac, who knew? Very heavy lilac at the opening, then that soft brush of honey dances by with the honeysuckle. It's too much for me, but it is really well done. Flower bombers, rejoice!