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As evidenced by our oft-updated Pinterest boards, Instagram feeds, and Tumblrs, we’re always on the lookout for sparks of inspiration. Since we’re used to pick-me-ups of the image and word variety, we were happily surprised to discover them in fragrance form. SAGE + fasten founder Vivian Lee has created a line of four scents, each meant to embody the quality for which it’s named. Common Sense, inspired by Lee’s levelheaded mom, is a refreshing and bright reminder to use our heads and keep our cool. Now that’s inspiring.
I cant really say too much more other then its to strong and reminds me of my grandmother. the sample was cutely packaged though2
I like the scent, but it lasted maybe five minutes and was gone. Very refreshing, but not something I'd spend the money on.2
Simply put, I didn't think this product had much of a scent at all. I mean, I get that they want to "empower, not overpower" but I need something! I definitely need something that is a bit stronger smelling and longer lasting!2
I felt like this fragrance was a little lemony. May be better suitable for hand soap or a candle. Not on my neck!2
I find that most of the perfume samples I receive are too cloying for my tastes. Fruity/sugary perfumes are not for me. I just prefer tuberose, and even old-ladyish Orientals.2
Scent wasn't for me. DIdn't smell bad, just not something I would wear.1
I was not partial to the scent . I did ear it twice ;however, it seemed to have a soap sent ...1
The smell is nice and I like the rollerball but, it doesn't pack quite enough punch for me. I like to be able to smell my perfume, this just wasn't what I would normally wear.1
This fragrance seems to be very high quality with no off notes, however it is too flowery / fruity / sweet for my preference. The fragrance fades quickly after dry down with no noticeable sillage.1
The scent was nice enough, though a little on the juvenile side for my tastes. The main issue I had with this product is the utter lack of staying power. I applied it, and within a couple hours my husband could barely detect it, even with a close sniff.1