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February 22, 2012  | by: Lindsay Barton

Get the percent scents for spring

With spring right around the corner, there’s nothing that can boost your mood like a spritz of perfume. Woodsy or floral, there’s a scent for everyone!  Spring is the perfect time to experiment with lighter notes like citrus instead of darker notes like sandalwood. Make room on your vanity for scents that will make you think of carefree sunny days! 

Marc Jacobs Daisy perfume

Marc Jacobs Daisy, $20-$78

This light and airy scent is sure to become one of your favorites! Sophisticated and feminine, you’ll definitely have people asking what you’re wearing. Daisy’s long-lasting formula isn’t too strong and will leave you with a fresh, feminine scent!

Dolce and Gabbana Light Blue

Dolce and Gabbana Light Blue, $33-$87

One of my personal favorites, Dolce and Gabbana’s Light Blue perfume will remind you of summer. This stunning scent won’t fade and belongs on every woman’s perfume tray. Light Blue is clean without being too overpowering. To make the scent last even longer, use the matching shower gel before applying the perfume.

Calvin Klein Euphoria

Calvin Klein Euphoria, $38-$80

This exciting perfume is a mix between florals and fruits that work together to create a deep, oriental scent. If you’re looking for something deeper than bright florals, look no further than Euphoria. This scent will leave you feeling classy, confident, and ready to take on the day!

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