Elizabeth and James Nirvana French Grey Perfume

I am a complete sucker for perfume, therefore I tend to use my Sephora VIB points to receive samples and miniature versions of perfumes to experiment with. I recently used my points to earn a sample of the Elizabeth and James Nirvana French Grey perfume, and I am extremely pleased with my choosing to do so.

According to its description on Sephora, this perfume is described as:

“Fragrance Family:

Scent Type:
Fresh Floral

Key Notes:
Musk, Neroli, Lavender

Sit back, relax, and let Nirvana French Grey transport you. A fresh bouquet of lavender mixes with neroli and musk, creating an adventurous, mesmerizing experience. This memorable eau de parfum has a chic, unconventional je ne sais quoi, leaving you with an unforgettable wanderlust.

Elizabeth and James Nirvana is a timeless yet contemporary collection of fragrances with a sophisticated edge. A celebration of “new nostalgia,” each fragrance reinvents classic notes and infuses them with surprising and modern combinations. The result is a collection of perfumes that are distinctive, versatile, and completely individual, as individual as Nirvana. The Elizabeth and James Nirvana fragrance collection represent the ultimate state of happiness: an idyllic memory, feeling, moment, or experience.”

I first heard about Elizabeth and James scents through my sister. She loves a couple of different varieties of their perfumes, so when I saw that I could earn a sample for myself with my last Sephora order, I figured I would give it a shot. This perfume is so incredibly rich in its scent yet not heavy, which is something a lot of individuals would arguably appreciate, and it remains on the skin for several hours. I believe it could be worn every day in a casual manner, but also for special occasions and evenings out. I always appreciate a musk scent, but the combination of musk with lavender and neroli is absolutely delicious.

This perfume isn’t cheap, but the average perfume isn’t, really. It is available at Sephora, as are a variety of Elizabeth and James concoctions, and if you happen to see the French Grey scent, give it a sniff.

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