LIBRA September 24 – October 23- The Harmony Seeker  

Element: AIR

The seventh sign of the zodiac, Libra, is always striving to find the perfect balance between grace, wit, and a bit of mischief.

Libras, regarded as the most harmonious sign of the Zodiac, have a penchant for nice things. Sophisticated Libras are keen on wearing accessories that reflect their exquisite tastes, and this applies especially to fragrances.

They tend to prefer perfumes that are delicate, rich and luxurious. But mostly, they enjoy fragrances made from the finest ingredients and meticulously crafted. Case in point:

1947 Dahlia by EB Florals by Eric Buterbaugh, Glossier You by Glossier and Foxglove by Joya.

1947 Dahlia by EB Florals

Blooming dahlia petals are brightened by ripe plum, with a touch of cashmere woods, vanilla, and sandalwood. A little bit woody, a little bit floral, this artfully composed fragrance by Eric Buterbaugh doesn’t beg for attention, but commands it.

Glossier You by Glossier

A nod to Glossier’s ‘Skin first. Makeup second’ philosophy, this scent’s primary and most important ingredient is you. Smells just like you, only better, with a creamy mix of warm ambrette, salty ambrox and musk, spiked up with a hint of fresh-cut iris. The result is a unique fragrance that works on you…or him. .

Foxglove by Joya

Foxglove’s grass-wood-and-floral blend smells outdoorsy but totally upmarket, kind of like glamping.. Libra will love it this because because a) it’s a perfume oil and b) the brand’s high-end pedigree. Based out of a converted Brooklyn garage, Joya designs fragrances as modern artifacts – so there’s that, too!

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