Lipstick Fever Eau de Parfum
Lipstick Fever by Juliette Has a Gun is a perfume inspired by the characteristic fragrance of lipstick. Because how is it possible that all lipstick smells just about the same? From the 1920s, the scent of violets was added to lipstick, which was fashionable at the time. Harmonies of iris, violets and raspberries have the advantage that it is nice to run your tongue over your lips. This fragrance has top notes of raspberries and violets, heart notes of patchouli and iris and base notes of vanilla.
For the ultimate perfume experience, apply the perfume to warm skin, i.e. pulse points such as your neck, wrist, inner part of your elbows and the back of your knees. For perfume spray: Diffuse a 'cloud' of perfume in the air and walk through, your hair is an excellent perfume carrier (however, never spray directly onto the hair).