Today we’re helping Aliza, who is searching for a signature scent she won’t get bored with. It should be an interesting, grown-up scent she can wear around campus (she’s a college student) in a pair of jeans and boots or a summer dress. Her fragrance should be beautiful and versatile, express her creativity and sensuality, and not cost more than $80. Here is what we know about Aliza:
She’s an anthropology major in her early 20s. She describes herself as quirky, musical, creative and artistic.
She plays percussion, and also loves painting, drawing and collage.
She has a funky style…lots of loud colors and tribal patterns. Her favorite color is red, and her signature accessories are brightly-colored scarves and belts.
Her favorite real-life smells are grapefruit rind, fresh-cut grass and campfire. She also loves incense, cardamom, exotic woods and the smell of turpentine.
Aliza’s might like something a little woodsy or musky if it isn’t too sweet. Right now she wears Marc Jacob Lola (she loves how it smells after it wears off a little) and Victoria’s Secret Heavenly (too powdery in the early stages, but she likes it after several hours). Her boyfriend gave her a bottle of Narciso Rodriguez Essence Intense, and she loves the idea of a modern musk. She also used to wear L’Artisan Vanilia, and she finds it comforting on cozy, rainy days.
Aliza doesn’t like overly-sweet perfumes. She was given a bottle of Burberry Brit but can’t get herself to finish it.
What say you?