Avon has surprised my time and time again , they are probably one of the most unrated brand in my opinion , they offer quality products at a great price point – the only thing to factor in is that you can’t easily get their products like you would any other brand you need to purchase their products from a representative which does make it hard knowing what to buy when you can’t easily go to a store and test it.
I was fortunate to have received some fragrances from Avon PR a few months ago, which I am still going through – I tend to use a product finish before touching any new products and I do that with fragrances as well.Avon has the Imari range which consists of more then just perfumes but also shower gel and deodorant and a skin softner as they call it which is like a body butter. The two fragrances I got was the Imari Seduction and the other just called Imari , which is a floral perfume that consists of hints of vanilla and tones of citrus , mask and jasmine – while the Seduction option has a plum and purple orchid scent that has hints of warm vanilla , amber and musk to it.
I personally can’t choose between these two both has been my favourite depending on my mood, I am however all about floral scents so Imari has been the one I have been using more lately. I also really like the practice design and it’s easy to but into your handbag if you want to spray during the day. These do retail for R250 each which is rather affordable then other fragrances I own, I find these perfect for every day where when I don’t want to use up my more expensive fragrances.