Leighton Denny Light & Dark Delightful Perfume

When I think of Leighton Denny, I always think of nail products, I had no idea that he also has fragrances too! I love trying out new perfumes and I have been wearing this one a lot for work recently and if you love a fruity fragrance, I have a feeling you will like this one! 
Leigton Denny Light & Dark Delightful Perfume
Leigton Denny Light & Dark Delightful Perfume
 This is the Leighton Denny Light & Dark Delightful Fragrance which is a lovely mouth-wateringly good fruity fragrance. It has top notes of Blood Orange, Watermelon and Red Apple with red notes of Mirabilis Jasmine, Lotus Flower and Pink Violet. Completed with base notes of Sweet Musk, Cream Vanilla and Light Coconut Sorbet. This is one of those fruity scents with sweetness to it due to the vanilla which I really love and I think it would be great for any age. 

The scent itself is my favourite kind of scent and I can see myself using up the whole bottle in no time! To me, this smells reminiscent of summer with delicious fruits which isn't too over powering. I think Leighton Denny fragrances are often overlooked when it comes to the brand but they really shouldn't as this one is fantastic. Once spritzed onto the skin it leaves the perfect amount of the fruity fragrance on the skin or clothing, not too strong or too weak just the perfect amount. It is pretty long lasting on the skin but I do like to spritz it throughout the day to give it a little boost. 

At the moment, if you order from the Leighton Denny website they have a fantastic deal running for £43.50 you will recieve the 70ml size of this fragrance with a free gift. The free gift is amazing which is a trio of diamonte 5ml Cocktail fragrances in the Orginal EDP, Lively EDP as well as the Desire EDP. This fragrance comes in a beautifully packaged in a cute box so would make a great gift as well. 

The Leighton Denny Light & Dark Delightful Fragrance is available from the Leighton Denny website - HERE.


This post contains a press sample, all opinions are my own. 


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