Estee Lauder Bronze Goddess Capri


Yes, I'm shockingly late to the party with regards to this perfume.  I sprayed it the other week thinking it was the original Bronze Goddess.....which I heard about with the word "coconutty" describing it.  Anything coconut-scented and I'm sold, but somehow I managed to test out the wrong one.

That said, I'm so glad I did.  When I went back to purchase this, the MUA sprayed the other Bronze Goddess for me, and yes, it was definitely coconutty...but also quite heavy and didn't really smell of much else.  This however is much lighter and smells amazing.  She described it as a citrus scent, but I don't know if I agree.  As I said before, I'm no perfume buff, but when somebody says citrus I think of oranges, lemons and limes.  This smells like none of those.  It's incredibly sweet and vanilla-ry, and the best way I can describe it is to say it's like Lush's American Cream Conditioner in a perfume.

This has become one of my ultimate favourite scents (along with MAC's now-discontinued MV3, sob!) and lasts so long on the skin.  I'd never considered Estee Lauder for perfume, but for £40 you get a whopping 100ml.  This was limited edition though, and wasn't actually on display when I went to buy it.  You might get lucky though, so hurry down to your nearest counter (I believe it was exclusive to House of Fraser?) and ask for it!

1 comment

  1. I want to smell it after reading this! The bottle is gorgeous xo


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