Love jasmine? Opus Oils Jitterbug Perfume is for you

If you love the scent of jasmine, you are really going to love Opus Oils Jitterbug PerfumeOpus Oils Perfumes, a beautiful boutique line of couture ‘natural perfumes’ and custom scents, recently sent the BIZ a few different fragrances to try. Their perfume is different in that it is natural with no synthetics, so the scent actually evolves and changes as you wear it.

Opus Oils Jitterbug Perfume

Opus Oils Jitterbug Perfume

Jitterbug Perfume is the signature scent for Opus Oils.  It is a combination of four kinds of jasmine, and I detect a hint of honeysuckle as well as some warm sandalwood. Other notes include Sparkling Lemon Essence, Luscious Orange Blossom, “Beach Found” Ambergris, and Blond Tobacco.

Jitterbug Perfume is a wonderfully chic fragrance that reminds me of summer but is perfect all year round. If you haven’t yet, be sure to check out Opus Oils. There are over 400 different products available, and if you can’t find the exact perfect scent for you (which seems impossible!) then Kedra, the owner, will whip you up a custom scent.  – Lisa

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Makeup Wars chooses favorite perfumes

Today for Makeup Wars Marcia and Lisa collaborated to bring you Lisa’s 5 favorite fragrances that have the scent of coconut in them. It might just be a small part of the fragrance but it’s enough to make Lisa happy as that’s her favorite scent. (When I write collaborated, I mean I made Lisa pick and tell me about the fragrances. She did the hard part, I’m just the facilitator. — Marcia)
1.  Bronze Goddess by Estee Lauder – This is a beach sunset in a bottle, a little bit of suntan oil, a lot of warm sand, and the soft scent of flowers breezing past.
2.  Viva La Juicy Gold Couture –  This is a fruity fragrance with yummy coconut and vanilla notes. This is a new addition to the Juicy Couture family and has become a favorite to wear for Lisa.
3.  LaVanila Vanilla Summer – This is a totally tropical scent with pineapple, mango, coconut milk, sugar cane, and Madagascar vanilla.  It brings me right back to sipping a pina colada on the beach in Mexico.
4.  Lisa Hoffman Tuscan Fig Parfum – this is a combination of Vanilla Bean, Honeysuckle, Coconut Wood and Gardenia.  It’s a sophisticated coconut scent, and the fragrance jewelry is to die for.
5.  Opus Oils Tropique – Opus Oils has some intriguing fragrance and Tropique really has stood out. It’s an inspired mix of chocolate, vanilla, coconut and coffee.  Delicious!
Are you a fan of coconut in your fragrance? Does it transport you to an island or a favorite vacation where you got away from the world and your worries for a little time?

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