Christmas Scents

Hot chocolate, made with oat milk (the best vegan milk to make it with!) Christmas pyjamas, cosy socks, a thousand layers of hats and scarfs, twinkling lights, cold noses and mulled wine. Its beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Christmas is one of my favourite time of the year for nice smells.  Candy canes, pine needles and frankincense are among my favourite scents for the season.  I always love to get new perfumes and body wash to match when the season changes. Listed below is what I am loving to wear at the moment and what is getting me in the festive spirit.

Lush Naked Santa’s Christmas body wash– I went into lush a few weeks ago as I’d seen their new packagless products. A genius idea as it means zero waste. Guilt free shopping! I must admit I spent a bit more than I should of, the staff are just so nice in lush. I picked up Santa’s Christmas body wash and I love it. It has a nice cola bottle scent. Not having the usual plastic around the product is quite different to what I’m used to. I was worried that this would feel like soap but as soon as you run into under the water and lather it into a loofah it feels the exact same as normal body wash. I also thought this might run out quickly, but I really can’t see much of a dent in it and I’v been using it every day over December! The only thing that can be annoying is storing it. I place mines on a little dish in my bathroom cupboard, but it can leave a little puddle of product on the dish and can stay quite slimy (don’t know how else to describe it but slimy sounds gross but it’s not) which can be annoying cause I feel like it might waste product but as I said before I’v barley noticed a change in the product since using it. All in all, this really isn’t much different to plastic covered body wash but with no packaging. Win win. I would highly recommend

Lush Naked Body conditioner Bucks fizz– When I was in the store I tired this on my arm without adding water and was disappointed it felt alright but didn’t get much of a smell of it. I knew you had to use it wet but I still left wishing I had bought the normal body moisturizer as I felt that had a stronger smell but I was on a mission to not buy things with packaging. However when I got home and tried this properly in the shower I was beyond pleased. I cant believe how strong and orangy this smells its amazing. Also makes your skin feel super soft as well. I am so happy with the product also cant wait to have an actual bucks fizz on Christmas morning! The only thing I’m finding with this product is that I am worried it wont last that long as I have noticed it getting smaller. Its very moisturising so you only need a little bit so I’m going to try use this a little more sparingly.

Eden Perfumes No.483– I’m still on the Eden perfume hype. They just have so much choice at great quality and price. For Christmas I got their version of Jo Malone pomegranate Noir. Whenever I’v been in Jo Malone I’v smelled this and thought it was Christmassy. The Eden version doesn’t disappoint. Its warm and spicy but slightly fruity. I really love strong heavy smells like this so I am obsessed with it and have had a fair amount of compliments on it! Iv built up a wee collection now of Eden perfumes and you can actually send empty bottles to get re fills which I’m going to do next time so zero waste again!

Harpers Candles let it snow – finally what smells more Christmassy than a Christmas candle ? This is a gorgeous mix of peppermint, vanilla and frankincense think of a slightly spicy candy cane. I’m super impressed with how strong this smells. Its beautiful and I burn it every time I watch a Christmas movie and I just feel like a little cosy, festive elf.


Hope everyone is having a lovely decemeber

Ashley xx


The Vegan Kind November Beauty Box Review

Okay so I’ve still not got the lifestyle box think it’s going to be my new year’s resolution to get it. I am still loving the beauty boxes. I love how many different products and brands you get in the box and I’m still surprised by how many new brands I discover through the box.

Dr Organic tropical invigorating cream – I have never heard of this brand before being honest this is the product I’ve used the least just because I have a few moisturisers that need using up. This feels very lightweight, so I have been using it in the morning. It sinks into the skin quickly and has a lovely smell. The thing I like most about this product is the packaging. You squeeze the product out rather than putting your fingers into a pot which makes it very hygienic!


Noughty To the Rescue Hair mask – The size of this product is amazing I will definitely get a lot of use out of this. I love a good hair mask nothing feels better than having soft hair.  This is an intense hydrating mask for dry/frizzy hair. I only use a very small amount of this and leave it in for a maximum ten minutes as it is so hydrating if it was left on any longer on my type of hair I think it would weigh it down. If you have dry hair you need this mask.


Fruu Colour Balm – This a very cute little lip balm. Nice and handy for travelling and when you’re out and about. The best thing about this is the smell. It’s like watermelon and makes me want to eat it off my lips!  For a tinted balm the colour is quite strong which I like. I have been wearing this a lot on no makeup/ minimal makeup days to add a bit of colour to my complexion. If you’re looking for a lip balm that is super hydrating and repairing this is probably not going to be your product. It smooths onto the lips lovely and feels great all day, but my lips are quite dry and cracked from the weather and I didn’t find this helped repair my lips.


Bella Peirre illuminator Excite- I was so excited when I saw this product in the box. Bella Peirre is a brand I’ve been looking at for a while but have never purchased anything before. I am a little unsure of what this product actually is. Its either an eye shadow or a highlighter but I’ve been using it as both. This a little more on the silver side than I’m used to as I always wear more gold tones, but I have really enjoyed this product. This highlighter/eyeshadow whatever it is, is blinding. It’s so glittery and metallic it’s pretty much glow in the dark. This product will last you a long time as a little goes such a long way. I can’t wait to wear this more in the run up to Christmas as its very party appropriate.


Maggie Anne nail polish Suzie – In my first TVK beauty box I received the Maggie Anne nail polish remover which I absolutely love and still use at the moment. I have bought two nail polishes from them since and a top coat. I’m never disappointed with the products and really love the brand. When I saw the nail polish colour in the box this month I was a little disappointed. It was red, yay I love red but it had a metallic shimmer to it which I really don’t like. I usually always wear plain colours. I decided to give it a go and try the colour and actually really like it. It’s a very festive Christmassy colour and I  got a few compliments on this! I Can’t wait to wear this colour and the Bella Peire illuminator at Christmas time think they will be the perfect combination.


Ashley xx

Thoughts on shopping cruelty free

Roughly just over a year ago I completely stopped buying from companies that tested on animals. I can’t really remember how I started considering the practice of animal testing, I just remembered hearing things like Max Factor and L’Oreal test on animals and decided to look further into it. You would think animal testing is a black and white subject. Number one, why do you test on animals and number two, it will be clear what brands do test and what brands don’t.

As I said its been roughly a year that I’ve tried to shop cruelty free and its definitely far from black and white. The grey areas in what brands are cruelty free and what aren’t and the motives for testing are at times very confusing. Firstly, why do brands test? I thought this would be simple, that they tested on animals to make sure the products were safe for humans. Obviously, this is completely unnecessary for so many reasons. However, from the research I have done and the statements I have read from companies on animal testing it seems to me that the reason a lot of cosmetic brands test is because law requires it, a law made in China in particular.

You can’t sell products in China without them being tested on animals, this is why so many big companies that sell products in China state that they only test if it’s required by law. To me it all boils down to money. If brands didn’t sell in China they would lose money, and therefore they must test. This is just ridiculous. I don’t understand why humans think it’s acceptable to exploit animals in all the ways they do. Recently one of my favourite brands Nars, who have been well known as a cruelty free brand for years, started selling their products in China. The backlash they received was incredible resulting in them in making a laughable statement to their reasons for selling in China. To put it bluntly, they SOLD OUT.

Finding out if a brand is cruelty free or not can be very confusing. The language used by companies that do test is misleading and any brand can say that they are cruelty free even though there is no evidence that they are. They might not test their products, but they don’t know whether the ingredients used have been tested meaning their third parties aren’t cruelty free. As I said it can get quite confusing. The best tips I have found for shopping cruelty free is using websites like Logical Harmony which has a massive list of brands that do and do not test and looking out for Leaping Bunny certificates/PETA approved. Also, if you’re not sure you can email the companies yourself which I have done a few times just make sure they are clear about not selling in china and they know their manufacturers/third parties don’t test.

So, once you know a brand is cruelty free surely the confusion stops there? Not quite. A lot of brands are owned by a parent company which owns multiple other brands. For example, Estee Lauder owns Clinique, Jo Malone, Too Faced etc. L’Oreal owns Armani Beauty, Urban Decay etc. If you look at Too Face and Urban Decay both are Logical Harmony approved cruelty free brands but are owned by companies that test. Should you buy from these brands? This is something that’s troubled me for a while and I’m still not sure on my thoughts on it.  A few months ago, I got a job at Bare Minerals. I love my job working at a makeup counter. I love meeting new people every day and talking about products I love. When I got the job at Bare Minerals I was so pleased to be working for one of the few cruelty free counter brands. However, Bare Minerals is owned by Shisedo which is a company that tests.

Recently Hourglass was bought over by Unilever, another company that tests, but Hourglass is cruelty free and has also announced its plans to make only vegan makeup which I think is amazing. Talking about Unilever, they own Ben and Jerry’s ice cream which has just launched vegan ice cream in the UK. Here’s where the confusion for me starts; I want to support cruelty free brands and support their new vegan launches but that may result in me given part of my money to a brand that tests. For now I’ve decided to support all cruelty free brands despite their parent companies. If a brand like Hourglass or Too Faced decided to launch more vegan products I definitely want to be able to support this.

Looking at my makeup now, I have one last product from a brand that tests on animals, Benefits erase paste (this stuff has literally lasted years). It’s on its last few uses and I’m excited to replace it with a corrector from a cruelty free brand. Most of the makeup I am using now is vegan and from now on I am only buying vegan products. Despite the research needed for shopping for cruelty free products I won’t go back to using anything from a brand that tests. Using guides like Logical Harmony and knowing how to word emails to find out if the brand tests have made it pretty easy. I love all the new brands I’ve discovered through Instagram and I am super excited to see the rise of brands deciding not to test!

Ashley xx

One year vegan.

It’s a cold autumn night and we are bundled up on the sofa. Pop corns flowing, and we decide to put on a new film called cloud atlas. “It was filmed in Glasgow” “Tom Hanks is in it, so it must be good” people said. The film was good but had really disturbed me. Half way through there were scenes back to back of cannibals and human body’s in a slaughter house setting. Not too long before this there was the horse meat scandal in the UK, where horse meat had been found in burgers branded as beef. Lots of people said they didn’t care but for me I loved horses and wouldn’t want to eat them. The scenes in the film and the scandal made me question if I wouldn’t want to be in a slaughterhouse why would I put an animal through that and if I didn’t want to eat one type of animal then why would I eat another. Soon after this I couldn’t eat meat without thinking of these questions and quickly became vegetarian.

I had always been a fussy eater for most of my childhood I survived on mash potatoes and gravy or Heinz spaghetti hoops, but I found that going vegetarian forced me out of my comfort zone and to eat things I would usually say no to like broccoli which Is now my favourite vegetable! Going Vegetarian was the best decision I had ever made until going vegan…

“I will never go vegan but” is what I used to always say until I watched a documentary called cowspiracy which highlighted so many important issues with consuming meat and dairy. The documentary discussed how keeping live stock for meat was one of the biggest causes of global warming but one of the least talked about issues. It also showed a lot about the cruelty animals suffer just so we can consume them even though we absolutely do not need to. The documentary completely changed my views on going vegan. However, unlike going vegetarian which happened quickly it took me 10 months after watching the documentary to cut out dairy and eggs. Thinking about going vegan made me think I would miss out on so much of my favourite things. Sweet things, pizza, my chips, cheese and mayo from the chippy after a night out. I just thought it would be too hard. I had cut out milk and grown to like alternative nut milks, but could I really cut out all dairy?

One day in work there was a box of quality st and for the first time in my life I declined having a sweetie. The next day the box was still there but I didn’t have one. In college I then won a terrys chocolate orange but gave it to someone else. I realised that I had ate completely vegan for three days now so I may as well do it for the week. I did it for a week so I though I may as well try it for a month. I am now one whole year vegan! All the things I thought I would miss have been completely replaced with vegan alternatives. I still have chocolate it’s just now usually dark instead of milk. My favourite pizza is a vegan cheese one form zizzis. I treat myself to Sainsburys vegan mac and cheese now and I can’t even remember what proper cheese tastes like. A whole new world of vegan food has opened up to me and I now appreciate treats so much more now as there aren’t as easy to find.

People always ask what it’s like eating out and to their surprise I always say it’s not that hard. Because it’s not. I am very fortunate living in Glasgow where there is numerous fully vegan restaurants along with countless restaurants with full vegan menus along side their meat and dairy menus. But even when I am in a situation where I can’t control the food given to me I just make sure I’m prepared. You will always find a vegan snack in my bag and for college and work I just take in my lunch rather than buy at canteens which can be limited in vegan items. Taking in my lunch has saved a lot of money and I can also decide what I have. Lots of my peers have the same tuna pasta but I’ve constantly got curries or wraps or risotto etc.

The growing vegan community has amazed me and I love how passionate and excited everyone is about their lifestyle choice. I could write endless reasons why you should go vegan but educating yourself is the number one thing. I spent months reading and watching documentaries and YouTube videos to make sure my choice was the right one and to ensure I could do it properly. It has been a massive journey from changing my outlook on life and diet but also to what materials I buy. I have become so interested in vegan cosmetics and trying to avoid animal products in clothes as well. A lot of people find the idea of researching and preparing your food and knowing what items to buy hard and stressful. For me I have thrown myself into doing so and take so much enjoyment when I do find the perfect burger or perfect chocolate bar or finding new brands with all vegan leather handbags and shoes. For me being vegan has only brought positives into my life.


Do do I ever see myself not being vegan ? Absolutely not.

I hope if your thinking of going/are vegan you find as much as much enjoyment and passion out of it as I have.


Ashley xx

What I bought at Charlotte Tilbury

What’s your favourite make up brand? If I had to answer that question it would probably be Charlotte Tilbury. The brand is the full package for me. Great products, fabulous packaging and clear passion for the brand from the owner herself. The brand isn’t owned by a parent company meaning its totally cruelty free and there is a long list on logical harmony of vegan products. Win win. I can’t remember how I first discovered the brand but I do remember sitting one night watching all ten youtube videos of her doing the full looks of dolce vita, golden goddess etc. I then spent days scrolling through the website reading about who the different looks were inspired by, where the dolce vita would go on holiday or what the rebel would wear. I was so hooked and totally bought into these personality’s she had created for her brand.When I heard the news a counter was being put in house of Frasers in Glasgow I was so excited. Going into the counter it feels like the set of an old Hollywood movie.


When I was in London I knew I had to go to the boutique in Covent gardens. The first item I picked up was the new instant eye shadow pallet. Rewind a few years ago to myself at the age of 16-18 and I couldn’t leave the house without eye shadow, black eye shadow at that. 19 to 20 it might now have been as dark and heavy but I still always had eye shadow on. Whenever doing my makeup I have always put so much focus on my eyes. Iv had every naked pallet and used to really enjoy lifting my eye and making them more almond shape and sultry with eye shadow. However as I’v got older I’v not felt the need for anything on my eyes and begun wearing less and less. Doing some research into eye shadow I found that so many pallets aren’t vegan as they have carmine in them (crushed beetle most commonly found in red shades). My interest in shadows had pretty much dwindled until I seen some press on this new pallet. The shades looked so pretty and I love how if you cant think of anything to do that day the shades are pretty much paint by numbers. But of course it probably wasn’t going to be vegan. One night I decided to humor myself and put the ingredients in vegan double checker and was surprised to to not see any red flags only things that could potentially not be vegan. I decided to email them and got a quick reply from customer service confirming the pallet is vegan. Yaaaaayyyy. I snatched it up in the boutique absolutely no regrets despite the price!

The other two products I picked up wear cream eye shadows. I rarely use eye shadow primer and instead opt for a cream shadow as I feel it gives a lovely sheen under the shadows and if the shadow fades you know the cream will be there. I used to use a teeny pot of bikini tini from benefit and a maybeline bronzey colour tattoo pot. I have been eyeing up eyes to mesmerize for a while and decided it was time to treat yo self. I got a nice light sparkly shade perfect for every day to brighten the eyes and a bronzey shade for the perfect everyday smokey eye.

Check out my Instagram to see selfies of how im wearing the pallet and eye creams!

Ashley xx

Autumn scents

It’s October and I’m literally walking around smelling like a big chai latte and I love it. I’m cold and don’t like the days getting darker but the smells, the cosy clothes and the dark makeup I’m here for. I like warm, heavy smells and I think autumn is the perfect time for those types of scents. Below are a few of  my favourite  products I’ve been using in the colder months.

Bloomtown the cafe body wash – Bloomtown Is a skincare company that I found online. They are cruelty free and palm oil free. On their website they explain about why they are palm oil free and the effort they put into their products which is always nice to see a brand really caring about how they make their products. The body wash comes in the loveliest glass bottle which when I’m done with I want to try re use. The smell is a mix of coffee, hazelnut and vanilla which all give the “cafe” vibes. It’s such a cosy smell and lingers on the skin nicely. I was worried that this would dry my skin as I’m not a big fan of the way soap feels on the skin but this didn’t have that sticky feeling!

Korres vanilla cinnamon body moisturiser- Korres is a brand I’ve heard my favourite YouTuber Rhiannon HY (wife life) talking about and was pleasantly surprised to see them in the UK in Marks and Spencer’s/Debenhams. I picked up the vanilla cinnamon scent body wash as I thought It would pair nicely with the bloomtown body wash and I was right. They go so well together. Cosy chai latte loveliness. This leaves the skin really soft which is perfect when my skin gets drier in the colder months.

Eden no.464 perfume- If you haven’t heard of Eden perfumes before stop right there go back through my blogs/instagram posts/the whole vegan beauty community  and see what the hype is about. Their perfumes are amazing and so affordable. I’ve literally just got this one and I’m already thinking of the next one I’m going to buy.  I wanted something quite strong for the autumn. No.464 is a unisex fragrance but more on the feminine side. It has a strong smell of roses to it mixed with patchouli and vanilla. Overall it smells very expensive and I love it, I feel  very sophisticated and glam when I wear it. I was wearing a lighter citrus smell in the summer so I’m happy to be back to wearing a stronger more lux fragrance for the autumn.

Hope everyone is enjoying the colder months.

Ashley xx


Autumn Lipsticks

I love a good lipstick. Especially when the leaves are orange and falling. I love having a bit more colour in my looks when the weather is colder. I think it helps to distract from my skin which can get quite dry and tired in the winter. I usually go for a matte lipstick in Autumn and a gloss In the summer. Matte colours are usually more pigmented and bold. Listed below are my top 4 I’ve been reaching for.

100% pure Semi matte lipstick in Blood orange- This is by far my favourite off the four. The formula is beautiful, it’s fairly matte and not drying at all on the lips, nothing worse than cracked lips. This lipstick also lasts so long I can apply before work and not have to worry about fading or smudging throughout the day. The colour is a deep red but is light enough to brighten the face. Dying to try some other colours from this range.

Kat Von D liquid lipstick in Lolita 2 – I know Lolita is a very popular but for me it’s too cool toned and washes my complexion out. This has more of a warm peachy tone which suits me better. Because of the matte finish and depth to the colour I didn’t reach for this in the summer but have found myself picking it up now in the Autumn. I’am very fussy with liquid lipsticks but these liquid lipsticks are comfortable and don’t dry out my lips.

Anastasia Beverly hills in Ashton – I had seen this shade on so many people on Instagram/youtube and it looked beautiful on them. Ashton is a brown toned lipstick and I thought it would look absolutely terrible on me. However, after seeing one to many gorgeous girls looking fab in this lipstick I finally decided to buy it. I applied a thin layer of this to start with and was surprised to find it actually looked okay! It has hint of red to it so doesn’t wash out the face too much. The only sad thing is I really don’t like the ABH liquid lipsticks. For me they are very drying and can settle into any lines on my lips. I find applying a thin layer and adding a little gloss or balm in the middle is the best way to avoid the dry feeling.

NYX soft matte lip cream in Copenhagen – I love the NYX soft matte lip creams they don’t dry out and last a nice amount of time. This colour is nice and vampy on me but not to dark. However, I don’t think I will re purchase this as NYX can’t confirm any of their products are vegan. They are also owned by a parent company who test on animals even though they have always been cruelty free themselves. When I first started using cruelty free products I never paid attention to the ingredients or the parent company’s but have started to take that into consideration when purchasing things now.


Ashley xx

Go to Autumn Make-up

Its darker in the mornings and I’m rummaging around my wardrobe for scarfs. I really fancy anything pumpkin flavoured and burgundy is my new favourite colour. It’s officially Autumn. Although I hate the temperature drop, I love Autumn trends and make-up. I am done with no make-up, make-up looks, gold eyeshadow and glossy lips and I am ready for full coverage foundations a bold statement lip and lashes.

Hourglass Vanish stick foundation is my go to foundation for more coverage. It leaves the skin completely flawless but doesn’t look or feel heavy and has a nice natural skin like finish. Not too matte, not too dewy. I’ve never been a fan of a matte complexion but in the colder months I do like something a bit fuller and more velvet like than the dewy tinted moisturisers I tend to wear in summer.  The best way to apply this foundation is on hydrated skin with a buffing brush, to get the product to blend easily I find warming it up first on the back of my hand the best trick!

To finish of an Autumnal complexion, you can’t go wrong with a stronger blush. I will never go out without bronzer but keeping the bronzer subtle and adding more of a pop to the cheeks, I think looks really flattering when its cold outside and gives your skin a fresh look like you’ve been out in the chilly air. Elf blusher pallets have really great plum berry tones in them which will tie in nicely with a berry lip.

All year round I wear Charlotte Tilbury’s dolce vita pallet. It’s fabulous in summer with the warm bronzy shades but I also think the warm tones work nicely with the colours I use in my make-up for Autumn. To take this pallete from summer to autumn I use the rich rusty enhance shade all over my lid and darken it with the smoke shade. To complete an autumn eye look I love to load up the mascara and usually apply false lashes. I’ve been loving Lily lolo mascara recently its formula is nice and dry making it easy to build and doesn’t weigh your eyelashes down.

Finally a go to Autumn makeup look is not complete without a statement lip. I love the confidence a bold lip gives me. My makeup can be so plain but when I have a strong lipstick on I feel more sassy and fabulous. I have had the 100% pure semi matte lipstick in blood orange for a while now, Its quite a bright colour but definitely deeper than your classic reds. The lipstick isn’t drying and is not too matte (doesn’t settle into the creases of your lips) but stays on really well. I really want to purchase more shades from this collection. Iv been thinking about getting the shade sandstone.

I hope everyone is enjoying pulling out their cosy jumpers and berry lipsticks as much as I am.

Ashley xx

Vegan Kind Beauty Box Review


So this is my second beauty box from the vegan kind and I am so happy I decided to get the beauty box subscription. Whenever I see the lifestyle box being posted it looks amazing and I am always jealous so I’m seriously considering getting both! If you don’t know what the vegan kind is or anything about the subscription boxes I have explained them more in my last review a few months ago!


Chirp body hair mask – This was the first product I used in the box, it’s a lovely hydrating mask made up of natural oils. You apply to dry hair relax for half an hour and then wash out as normal. Make sure when you are applying this you’re in the bathroom or have a towel nearby. I stupidly started applying this in my room and didn’t realise how runny it would be and got it everywhere. When I washed this out I felt my hair could have went without conditioner as it was feeling really soft already, I applied a little conditioner anyway just as I have so much hair it helps if its soft when I brush it through.  Once my hair was dry it was hydrated and shiny and was so easy to style afterward. I usually use coconut oil as a hair mask but I feel like this was a lot easier to wash out and lighter in my hair!


Figs and Rouge face and body cream – This has been one of my go to products lately as it works for both the face and body its really handy to have in your soap bag. This cut down space in my holiday bag as I didn’t need to take two separate moisturisers for face and body. It has a nice subtle smell to it but nothing too strong which is nice when putting it on the face. This also has hyaluronic acid in it which I believe keeps the skin plump and hydrated, this would be great for people with dry skin.


Zerreau towel of body wash – I wasn’t a massive fan of their towel off shampoo which I got in the last box but I gave it to my mum and she really liked it! This body wash was great when I was on holiday and got hot in the heat and just wanted to quickly freshen up before dinner. Just apply to areas where you want a little freshness and towel off. I think this would be fab if you went to the gym and also would be ideal for festivals!


Faith in nature Shampoo – This shampoo smells lovely and coconutty one of my favourite scents. I found this really moisturising in my hair, would be amazing to try if you had dry hair. Faith in nature products are pretty easy to get in the UK as I’m sure they are sold in Holland and Barret.


Tisserand Happy roller ball– I have used Tisserand deodorant before, it had a lovely rose smell to it. I was excited to see one of their products in the beauty box. I have never used a roller ball before but have seen lots of good things about them, this had an amazing citrussy smell and complemented the eden perfume no.17 I have been wearing. I do think the scent brightened my mood and made me happy whenever I applied!


Eden Daisy 309 perfume – Eden is a cruelty free vegan perfume brand based in Brighton. I first saw their products at vegan festival at the end of last year and ever since discovering them I have been beyond obsessed. If you’re going to take the step to only buy cruelty free products start with Eden perfumes they have lots of scents similar to big brand perfumes but for half the price.  The sample size in the box is like Marc Jacobs Daisy, its a very light floral woody smell. I don’t think anyone wouldn’t like the smell as it’s not too over powering. I was so happy to get this in my box and definitely recommend checking the brand out!

Ashley xx