There are oodles of fragrances launched every single month, all claiming to provide a scent that will transform you into Gwyneth Paltrow/Rosie Huntingdon-Whiteley/insert relevant celebrity here. Although perfume is as much a part of my life as lipgloss and mascara, sometimes it’s hard to pay attention to brands that I simply don’t think fit within my own ethos or mantra. Ghost is a brand I don’t really know much about, other than the old-fashioned dresses that used to adorn the shelves of House of Fraser when I was a shop girl during university. However, when I was recently handed a bottle of their latest fragrance I stood up and took notice. Ghost Eclipse is housed in one of the most beautiful bottles I’ve seen for some time; the golden sunset design is simple yet incredibly effective, making a stunning dressing table addition that also holds a delightful scent.
Ghost Eclipse is described as a “tangling explosion of fruit notes to
set the senses on alert.” It contains sweet bergamot, lemon, mandarin,
apple and peach, as well as romantic and feminine notes of freesia and
rose. Delicate touches of amber, peach and musk bring sophistication and
sensuality to an addictive fragrance that can be described as ‘summer
in a bottle.’ It’s incredibly refreshing, warming and perfect for lazy
days in the sun when you don’t want your scent to overpower the relaxing
atmosphere. You’ve probably seen the adverts (Poppy Delevigne is the face) and flicked past them, but this is definitely a scent to spritz if you’re after something new. It’s subtle, understated, elegant and uplifting – everything you need to get through the summer in style. And it doesn’t hurt that the bottle is a stunner too.
Ghost Eclipse is available in perfume stores nationwide priced £25.00.