The Britney Spears range of fragrances currently stands at ten different perfume releases so far, and number eleven is due in September 2012.
Technically the latest edition - FANTASY TWIST- isn't actually a new fragrance; it is actually a clever bottle design that houses two of the bestselling Britney Spears perfumes - Fantasy and Midnight Fantasy.
FANTASY opens with fruity scents of lychee, quince and kiwi. Sweet, but not sickly sweet. The fruit isn't as overpowering in it's sweetness as FANTASY's flanker Midnight Fantasy, so if you don't like that it's still worth testing this.
The key note of vanilla cupcake lingers from the heart to the base, giving FANTASY a lovely warmth that whispers "come closer" to passers by - making this perfect for people who work in public based settings as you'll seem even more approachable. Of cause; FANTASY is also superb for when you're feeling flirty ;)
Scent notes: lychee, quince, kiwi, vanilla cupcake, jasmine, white chocolate, creamy musk, orris root, and woods.
MIDNIGHT FANTASY is strong on the fruit notes. The notes of plum & cherries stayed with me all the way through the floral hearts notes. The result was that I couldn’t separate any of the floral notes.
The vanilla in the base was also very subtle; I could pick out the musky tones. I’d have thought the base would be sweet, but it’s not. MIDNIGHT FANTASY is all about the fruity notes. Personally I love plums and cherries so I do adore MIDNIGHT FANTASY, though I have to caution that it can be sickly in warm weather. I’d definitely stick to autumn/winter for this.
Scent notes: Black cherries, framboise, plum, orchid, freesia, iris, musk, amber and vanilla.
FANTASY TWIST hits the shelves in September 2012, in 30ml, 50ml and 100ml sized bottles.
Call me sad, but I'm excited about this release: thew two-in-one bottle is a clever concept - and it uses two of my favourite 'casual wear' perfumes, which I've used up, and the Britney Spears perfumes have all been well made. I've found a few to be "meh", but even though they haven't been to my taste, the overall quality of them was impressive.
Bring on September :)