Scent of Monday – Quick Review + Sample Draw

Escentuelle Moonbeam ♀

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Started the day with the sweet, delicate floral that is Moonbean by Escentuelle. The perfumer, Carolyn Hassett, of Escentuelle Signature Fragrance Creation  describes Moonbeam as evoking “light, but softer than that of sunshine.” Moonbeam is from Escentuelle’s Pret-a-Porter collection. Moonbean begins with an instant of fruity sweetness and very quickly moves to a lightly musky floral and powder.  The barely there peony gives the perfume a dewy touch. Mmmmm.

Here is what Moonbeam may look like as you move through your perfume experience.

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Moonbeam is a soft floral that is not at all obtrusive. The powdery heart and musky, woody base gives Moonbeam a pass from the very sweet, candy like top notes.  I do not detect any sweetness in the dry down. All in all, Moonbeam, is a muted, slightly sweet and mysterious ray of feminine light.

Top: lychee, green bergamot, green tea
Heart: bamboo, pomegranate flower, violet, peony
Base: floral musk, amber, cedar, candy accord
Perfumer: Carolyn Hassett

Smells Downright Gorgeous will feature an interview with Carolyn Hassett, Scent Artist and Owner of Escentuelle Signature Fragrance Creation next week.

Until then, leave a comment about what notes in Moonbeam you love and I will mail 2 lucky readers a small sample of Moonbeam EdP. Continental US only. (No worries, I will not share your email) Drawing to be held on Wednesday at 10:00pm EST. The winners will be contacted via email.

Scroll down to the very bottom of the post to leave a comment!

Longevity: 6 to 7 hours
Sillage: Soft

Southern Perfume Group: Shy Violet
Rating: Gimme Some Sugar ♥♥♥

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Robin says:

    I have not tried the scent, but would love to sample it. Your description of the fragrance sounds like a good fit for my personality.

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    1. Paige Hales Gordo says:

      How lovely of you to comment. Good luck on the draw, Robin!

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