Zoella Beauty Sweet Inspirations Body Mist

4 June 2016

Zoella Beauty Sweet Inspirations Body Mist

Zoella Beauty's latest range of bath and body products to hit Feel Unique and Superdrug is Sweet Inspirations, This time, we are treated to a macaron-inspired range to replace 2015's Tutti Fruity scent which I loved (thankfully the body mist Let's Spritz (read my review here) is staying! The body mist comes alongside several other gorgeously designed items, including a bath and shower milk, body lotion and a couple of makeup bags. I had my hefty Lush stash and bank balance at the front of my mind, so only picked up the body mist this time.

I loved Let's Spritz because it was really unique whereas Blissful Mistful was a more musky version of Marc Jacob's Daisy, and wasn't my cup of tea as it lacked the freshness of Daisy. I was really intrigued to see where Sweet Inspirations would stand. The patisserie-inspired packaging of the body mist is stunning. The square glass bottle is retained from the previous collections (so the scents look really cute displayed together), with a gold lid and a twenties/art-deco pattern. The bottles hold 45ml of product, which is amazing for £8!

Zoella Beauty Sweet Inspirations Body Mist

Sweet Inspirations (£8) lists honey and cocoa extracts and sweet almond oil in the ingredients, so it is very much a gourmand scent. It is very sweet, with an almondy vanilla kick and a musky base. It isn't pure cake, and it has lots of dimension. It smells more sophisticated than the previous two scents, and is more akin to a eau de parfum fragrance than your average body mist. 

In terms of comparing it to an existing fragrance, I find it very similar to Laura Mercier Eau Gormande Almond Coconut Milk, which I love but definitely consider to be a wintry fragrance. This one is less overpowering and sickly, so is more suited to year-round wear. I'm not 100% sure why, but I get kind of a Molecule 01 vibe from it initially. 

The Sweet Inspirations scent is lovely, and I'm sure it would lend itself very well to being a bath product. The packaging of the rest of the line is absolutely stunning, with its pastel colour palette, so I'm really keen to pick up a few of the other products, particularly the Bath Latte and the bath salts. The only thing than is disappointing about the body mist is that this time it doesn't have a cute name like Let's Spritz and Blissful Mistful, rather being named after the collection itself. That being said, I'm a big fan of the Zoella Beauty body mists as they make the perfect everyday scents without breaking the bank.

Have you tried any of the Zoella Beauty products?

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