Scentbird, Inc., New York, NY 10001
Wild Child description
Okay, so… you know what? It’s Friday Night, and you’re done at work and you’re done with your stupid, completely lame boyfriend and you don’t have anywhere to be in the morning, so throw on Wild Child from Pinrose and work your Squad Goals. You are in no mood to put up with any nonsense because Stupid Boyfriend is Stupid, and your besties got your back, so now it’s time to Princess Leia the hell up and get your freak on. Which is where Wild Child comes in.
This is a perfume that comes bottled with its own secret weapon built-in just for nights like these. It smells hotter than Georgia asphalt, and is loaded with head-turning jasmine, gardenia and vanilla. Three sexy ingredients that you automatically know will make you smell amazing.
Also, wearing a few sprays of Wild Child helps to make people who aren’t Stupid Boyfriend notice you a lot more than he did. Which is really the whole point, especially when your Besties are introducing you to a possible replacement New Guy whose first words are, “Wow – you smell amazing!” Right?
Right. So. Here’s why this works:
Wild Child is nothing but sexy time in a bottle. The notes are all high-powered aphrodisiacs, including jasmine, gardenia, and vanilla bean. Sure, there’s some bergamot and freesia at the beginning, because as fierce as you are, it’s not fair to hit a man with so much firepower right at the start. A lighter touch at the beginning is best, to keep things on the DL until you want to get your game on for real. Wild Child is sexy, but not dumb and loud, and will always let you speak for yourself.
(Meanwhile, New Guy is paying you the kind of attention you deserve, because drinks and dinner and your Besties are waving exaggerated goodbyes to you over his shoulder.)
The jasmine and gardenia in the heart take turns sending out sweetly exotic signals, until the vanilla bean and amber in the drydown arrive (much later) to take over for the night. Wild Child stays light on the skin, but has several hours of longevity, so by this time, New Guy should be all yours to do with as you see fit. The night is young, the weekend’s almost here, and you’re ignoring Stupid Boyfriends annoying, take-me-back texts. For now.