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UPDATE:**Scentbird has been working to improve their delivery service. They stopped using DHL. And I finally got through to customer service where they addressed my order problems. If you’re on the fence about trying them out, remember you can alway unsubscribe. Please note also that EDT (eau de toilette) has more alcohol and less perfume making the ‘top notes’ prominent. While EDP (eau de parfum) high percentage of perfume will make the middle or ‘heart’ notes of the perfume prominent and stronger. So you can have two similar yet different scents. I prefer EDP.

UPDATE: I had to update this post with my thoughts on Scentbird. Besides applying for an affiliate program and getting denied, I have experienced very poor customer service with zero response from them. I have had fragrances that do not smell anything like what I sampled at the counter or with the sample I had and extremely slow delivery times. 

Fragrance Subscription Service 
I am excited to try this sample from Scentbird.

It’s a monthly subscription service that matches you to fragrances by scent families. The site guides you through a “scent flow” panel of what you prefer and you get a list of close matches.

This is exciting because I never am able to finish a bottle of perfume and they are so darn expensive. And since I like to switch up scents, this is a great inexpensive way to try out fragrances without breaking the bank. The service is a monthly $14.95 and shipping is free!

I was matched to a list of scents and picked Versace Eros pour Femme. Scentbird repackages the designer fragrances in their own tube and they label it as well. The fragrance tube comes inside a portable sleek, black case inside a chic velvet bag (which you get on your first order and there other cases you can get). You simply twist and spray. To remove the tube, you simply pull it out and pop in a new one when empty.  

The tube has a generous amount at 0.27oz and will last you up to 30 days/4 sprays a day. I’m excited as I see they just added the entire Clean Reserve series. Those bottles are $90 and I’ve been eyeing the Blonde Rose for so long. Then I get to Sephora and there’s the rest of the collection -see what I mean? It starts adding up. This way you can try expensive perfumes and not pay a fortune.  

The site has lots more to offer. You can review fragrances and build up a queue of fragrances to be delivered which you can change anytime. Kinda like the Netflix of Perfumes, lol.

Anyway, I hope you check this out if you’re a fragrance lover. And thanks again to Scentbird for the opportunity to review!

Stay sweet lovelies! ~Duchess

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Disclaimer: Product is a sample sent for review only. All opinions are mine.

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