Tuesday 27 October 2020

Three Diptyque Favourites

Diptyque Do Son Philosykos Eau Duelle Review

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Fragrance is one of my favourite beauty products to splurge on, but I know that choosing the right perfume for you can be easier said than done. Diptyque is a brand that is recognisable by their sleek, luxe packaging that is easy on the eye and I came back to them time again not only for the dreamy exterior, but for the array of perfect scents that they have to offer. 

Diptyque Do Son* was one of the first perfumes I bought from the brand, so not only is it one of my favourites, but it holds a special place in my heart as the scent I treated myself to for my 21st birthday. Since I first purchased it, I've gone through three bottles and I'm contemplating getting a fourth as the super sexy scent is unlike anything else in my collection. It's got rose and white must notes, that makes it a twist on my usual floral taste in perfume as it's warming in fragrance so can easily be worn at this time of the year.

Diptyque Do Son Philosykos Eau Duelle Review

Diptyque Do Son Philosykos Eau Duelle Review

Next up we have Diptyque Philosykos, a fresh fig scent that I've been wearing throughout Spring and Summer for a couple of years. It's very reminiscent of a warm sunny evening on holiday and I feel like describing it as an "entire fig tree" pretty much sums this perfume up perfectly. It's not as long lasting on the skin as the other offerings, but it still lasts all day and I've received many compliments when wearing it. 

The newest addition to my collection is the Diptyque Eau Duelle, a sweet yet slightly spicy vanilla scent that can be easily worn on an everyday basis. This perfume has been on my wishlist for some time, but it was this year that I was kindly treated to it. I'm never usually enticed in with vanilla fragrances as I find them too sweet and sometimes too simple, but this perfume has an added frankincense note that is warming to wear. I imagine being bundled up underneath a chunky knit and scarf with the scent lingering between layers. 

Have you tried Diptyque fragrances? Have you got a favourite? 


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