Affordable Curve Fragrance Curbs Your Scent Cravings!
Craving a new fragrance that won’t put a dent in your wallet? Try a Curve!
There are already a lot of different variations of the Curve fragrance for women and for men. But there are two scents (in that iconic “can” flacon) to the collection of fragrances: Curve Pink Blossom (for women) and Curve Forest Woods (for men).
I don’t really believe that a fragrance has a gender, but Curve Pink Blossom is definitely a feminine style fragrance Forest woods is a bit masculine, but I liked it on my own skin as well.
Curve Pink Blossom:
Fragrance Notes: It starts with top notes of Aloe, Magnolia, and Pink Apple Blossom. The heart features Green Leaf Accord, Pear Blossom, and Water Lily; Base notes: Cashmere Musks, Woods, Pink Peony.
You’d expect to really see the base notes shining through, but both Pink Blossom and Forest Woods have the mid notes prominently features. This makes both scents somewhat unique. Due to the “pink” presentation and the light floral scent, it would be a nice starter fragrance for a young woman testing out fragrance to find her style. It’s also a nice date night scent.
Curve Forest Woods:
As I said previously, if a fragrance smells good on you and you like it, wear it no matter what category it falls into. I can think of plenty of men who wear what might typically be considered a woman’s fragrance. So the reverse is true with men’s fragrances such as Cuve Forest Woods. I know it’s supposedly masculine, but it is green and fresh.
Fragrance Notes: Curve Forest Woods starts with top notes of cardamom oil and Italian citrus green leaves; Mid notes feature nutmeg neroli and geranium; while the base notes include: cedarwood, patchouli, fir, and balsam.
As with Curve Pink Blossom, the mid notes shine through softening the scent to a more unisex vibe. As with Curve Pink Blossom, it’s the mid notes and the citrus green leaves that come through at drydown along with a bit of patchouli. The scent is listed as a spicy wood category. To me, it was lighter than that and not really spicy, but everyone’s nose is different.
The good news is that both fragrances are under $25. Get them in time for Valentines’ Day or as a little gift to yourself. You can even start the new out with a body mist for a penny under $10!
The Bottom Line:
Great perfumers sometimes have to work with a limited budget. When it comes to these new Curve fragrances, they’re pleasant although not terribly complex. But sometimes even the best perfumers have to work with limited budgets to bring affordable products to the marketplace. At these budget-friendly prices, they’re fun to try. Find them in drugstores and mass market retailers and for more information visit the Curve Website