Lush Gorilla Perfumes - Lust, Smell of Freedom, Breath of God, Tuca Tuca, Organge Blossom, Imogen RoseIf you were at Forum Mall, Bangalore, last Saturday you would have known Lush launched the Gorilla perfumes with a lot of singing and dancing - the staff from Lush India and a few people from Lush UK were present to introduce the various perfumes and there was a bit of a media coverage going on too. I didn't have a camera with me so I couldn't really take any pictures of the Tuca Tuca dance, but I did come back home with two sampler vials of the Gorilla perfume and more than enough sampled at the store.
In case you are wondering about the name, it's a play on the word "guerilla" - in an interview the father-son team from Lush was referred to as the guerilla perfumers because they sort of rebelled against what was considered "normal" for a perfume. Yes, I know Lush jokes are quite "?!!???" unless you are a confirmed Lushie :D
On to the Lush Gorilla perfumes, there are four of them.
|A sweet smelling perfume that I liked in the massage bar by the same name.|
Not so sure of the perfume version.
|A very spiritual explanation behind the making of this perfume - I didn't mind the smell.|
It really is a unisexual kind of fragrance. Can share with your better half if he/she is a Lushie :P
|Apparently developed after speaking to a lot of people who had to face years of imprisonment,|
often wrongly, the perfume is supposed to give a sense of release and help lessen depression.
|With an overdose of jasmine and a really really strong scent, this is the one perfume I can safely|
say I DID NOT LIKE. I won't want to use it, won't want to be sitting next to anyone wearing it either.
|Probably because I tried this last, I really couldn't figure out what the smell was at all. It|
didn't seem too bad but I really couldn't smell much.