Fragrance, Perfume

Two More Hearts Perfume

Two More Hearts is a remix of an old perfume from Lush’s original perfume and make up brand ‘B Never Too Busy to Be Beautiful’. Simon Constantine reworked this fragrance from memory and created a fresh new take on it.

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One of these such perfumes is called Two More Hearts. After debating which one out of the six newest #LushLabs perfumes to choose, this was the one I went for and boy am I happy, it’s absolutely incredible!

A seductive and sweet trio of Jasmine, Rose and Ylang-Ylang, it’s a powdery floral scent that is unlike anything I’ve smelled before from Lush. The Rose and Jasmine seem to have stopped fighting for the top spot and have combined as one beautiful sexy floral top note, whilst Ylang Ylang and Lemon trickle in with a slight uplifting, almost Vanilla-like sweetness above a base note of resinous and woody Sandalwood.

Two More Hearts make’s me feel regal and seductive, but in a different way to Lust Perfume. It’s much more complex and it’s like if Lust had a sister who is perfectly sweet and sensible yet still likes to tempt the boys into her boudoir at night. Whereas I like to wear Lust in the evening, I’d prefer to wear Two More Hearts during the day.

It also has incredible staying power, I can still smell it on scarves and coats I’ve worn a week ago and that’s when you know a perfume is a good one. It stands out amongst most others and I always get compliments whenever I wear it.

Although 30ml of a perfume will last me a good while, I’ll be incredibly sad if mine runs out without a chance to buy it again!

Ingredients

DRF Alcohol, Perfume, Ylang Ylang Oil, Rose Absolute, Jasmine Absolute, Sandalwood Oil, Sicilian Lemon Oil, Benzyl Alcohol, Benzyl Benzoate, Benzyl Salicylate, Citral, Citronellol, Eugenol, Farnesol, Geraniol, Isoeugenol, Limonene, Linalool

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