A perfume garden sweetened with rose absolute and ylang ylang oil, where a sugared floral fragrance waltzes in the air. Dancing on tiptoes, Amelie Mae selects each petal carefully, letting them fall around her in the gentle breeze. Light on her feet, fancy free. Bumblebees scatter from the lavender, and she plucks juicy raspberries from the canes. Her sister passes her a rose, letting the scent skip between them.
About 2 years ago
This is just such a beautiful scent, I can see a lot of girly girls loving this. It's a very sweet smelling floral and raspberries, not tart at all and the Rose smells very crisp and soft. This is a very pretty smell. I'd chose this to wear on a date night.
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About 1 year ago
Bought this mainly on the back of reviews. I'm not in love with this scent, but think it will grow on me. Initially when I spray it on I get an almost bitter almond smell, once it settles the rose and lavender come through and it sweetens up. I find it fairly light and not at all in your face. Not sure if buy this again, unfortunately as I live a fair distance from the nearest Lush store it's very much buying blind. Wish Lush sold a perfume tester collection, would make choosing so much easier.
About 10 months ago
First feeling was that this is almond essence we usualy add to a cake. But.. it was changing every minute and transferred into floral touch. Very warm, addictive. I like it.
8 months ago
About 8 months ago
Contrary to popular opinion, I am a huge fun of Lush's super sweet scents - some of my favourites are Snow Fairy and Rose Jam - so when I was looking for something still very sweet, but maybe a bit more grown up and longer lasting for my wedding last year, I automatically came to Lush.
I read so many product descriptions and reviews, and took home a tonne of washcards before settling on Amelie Mae.
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