Thursday, April 30, 2015

April Scentbird Review - Vera Wang Princess Night

Scentbird has become one of my favorite subscriptions, and I used to hate getting perfume samples! I guess I never really appreciated fragrance until I tried this subscription out. Now I can't wait to get my package each month and I'm constantly adding new perfumes to my Scentbird queue!

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Scentbird is a perfume subscription that costs $14.95 per month, shipping included. Currently they only ship to the United States. I live in New York and tax applies, so my shipments cost somewhere around $16. It's still well worth it, though!

The way it works is you add perfumes you'd like to try to your queue, and each month Scentbird will send you a .27 fl oz atomizer with the scent you chose inside. Your first shipment will include a Scentbird purse spray case and a felt bag to keep it in (see what those look like here). Subsequent months will consist only of the atomizers (pictured above), but you can spray them on their own even without the case.

Scentbird has tons of perfumes to choose from, and they even recommend some to you based on the scent profile you fill out when you first sign up. If you prefer to be surprised, simply leave your queue empty and they'll send you a random perfume.

For April I chose Princess Night by Vera Wang, which I remembered loving in high school. I love warm scents that border on gourmand, and this one is the perfect balance of that. It has notes of sugarcane, vanilla, raspberry, watermelon, and red berries. It's definitely a sweet one, but if you like those types of perfumes as much as I do I'm sure you would love this.

Bottom Line: My last two perfumes were just okay (not the fault of Scentbird, I just didn't end up caring for them as much as I thought I would), so I was glad I got one that I knew I would love this month. I have Bvlgari Omnia Coral in my queue for next month!

What do you think of Scentbird? Do you like sweet perfumes?


  1. Isn't the NY sales tax thing annoying? I mean it's not like it adds a ton to the cost, but there's something dissatisfying about a $10 purchase turning into a $10.89 purchase, lol. Anyway I like sweet scents, but not every day. Just for certain moods. So having a Scentbird-sized vial of one would be useful. :)


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