My first proper introduction to Byredo perfumes was in 2015 when the PR company graciously sent some of their minis for me to try. I love the branding and influences behind each perfume so was a first choice when I was in the market for a new scent. Around Christmas I had a major sniff session in Liberty and came out with ‘Pulp’ which is described as acompilation of exotic and Swedish influences that create an international fruit basket’ (lol). To me it smells like the apple tree at the end of my garden when the fruit falls and the September sun bakes the fruit into a sultry, sweet mess on the floor. I love its woody sweet fresh scent. 
Bal D’Afrique is another gorgeous perfume that was in the gift with purchase and is a ‘warm and romantic vetiver inspired by Paris in the late 20’s and its infatuation with African culture, art, music and dance.’ It’s such a warm and unique scent that I wouldn’t normally be drawn to but it seems to work really well on my skin. I’m eyeing up the candles next, especially the one that smells like a library! 
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