The first flushes of summer, wrapped in organic jojoba oil and bottled in a verdant, alcohol-free perfume. Freshly cut grass meets arresting neroli, with just a hint of violet. On your skin, earthy sandalwood takes root. There’s fruitiness – a little wood smoke too. Bergamot beds down amongst herbal hues. No saccharine, sad excuse for a green perfume, but a bold, uncompromising forest fragrance.
About 6 months ago
Smells exactly like the shower gel! I used the perfume on one wrist and the oil on the other, the oil's scent was weaker when I applied it, but it turned out to last longer than the liquid perfume.
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About 6 months ago
Before I first took a whiff of Grass I was sincerely expecting freshly cut grass, because Lush have had some pretty impressive scents like Lust or Yog Nog. However, I could only get that feel in the first few seconds upon spraying. After the first few seconds, it's all deep oriental sandalwood, which I didn't mind, only that it smells more like dried herby leaves instead of fresh grass.
About 3 months ago
Grass is fresh, green, and floral. The description says only a hint of violet and while its not as potent as princess cotton grass it is definitely still very present. I get a little bit of the woody, herby scents too but not as much as some of the other reviewers seem to have. I’m not getting a really long wear out of it, probably 4-5 hours before I need to re-apply. I did put a few drops in a little pot of scentless lotion and that turned out beautifully but even shorter lasting. Really great perfume oil, I’ll definitely be purchasing more.
1 month ago
About 1 month ago
I picked up the Grass perfume oil along with a couple other of the oils. At first, it smells very fresh and very much like freshly cut grass. On me though, once it has settled, it smells a bit more spicy and herbal. I’d definitely suggest picking this up while you can but it does remind me of a brighter LOM.
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