You might have seen me mention this beautiful limited edition last Summer, sadly, I missed out on it, because I was being sensible as I didn’t really need it. So, when I spotted it in Canada’s answer to TK Maxx, Winners whilst in Toronto last week I couldn’t resist purchasing. I love the Harajuku Lovers fragrance, firstly because of the branding and bottle designs and secondly because the fragrances are actually beautiful!
If you’re not familiar with the Harajuku Lovers brand, this is brought to us by the stunning Gwen Stefani and her love of Japanese street fashion. The Harajuku Lovers fragrance range is widely available and super affordable, naturally it’s aimed at a younger market than me, but I just can’t resist the cuteness!
The G of the Sea limited edition fragrance caught my eye because it’s in a mermaid inspired bottle, look at how cute it is!!
The doll on the bottle is super detailed too, she has a heart shaped belly button, coral coloured finger nails and a textured, scaly tail and mega gorgeous big curly hair, which I love. This is what I want to look like!
Check out those curls! Anyway, you’ll probably all just wondering what the heck this smells like, instead of me, who is just obsessed with the cute packaging! Well, this is a Summer version of the standard G fragrance, which I also have. The standard G has more red berry tones, whereas the G of the Sea limited edition has more citrus and white floral tones, to me it makes me think of lemonade ice lollies and reminds me a bit of the Anna Sui Secret Wish fragrance which I’m also a fan of.
Harajuku Lovers G of the Sea is a beautiful Summer fragrance, light, fresh and a little bit of fruit, plus as you can see, it’s a super cute addition to your dressing table!
Have you tried any of the Harajuku Lovers fragrances? Have you heard of the brand?
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