I have used and cherished Diptyque products for the better part of my life, and during our time in Beverly Hills, I finally had the chance to visit one of their beautiful retails stores. If you’re new to the world of Diptyque, it’s a 57 year old luxury brand that was founded in Paris and has always been steeped in artistic talent. It was even the brand selected to fragrance the royal wedding earlier this year of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry of England, and it was Diptyque that designed custom scents for the bride and groom on their big day.
I loved exploring more of the scents created by Diptyque. I came home with a few candles and my favorite perfume scent, to add to my very large Diptyque collection at home. If you’re looking for an introduction into the brand, I recommend visiting a store if you have one near you. The staff are always more than happy to help you find the perfect scent, or the perfect gift for a loved one. If you don’t live near a store, I encourage you to try out one of their sampler sets, whether it’s a perfume sampler, or candle sampler, to find scents that you love. I can’t recommend Diptyque enough, because it’s one of the only perfume brands I can wear that don’t give me hives or a migraine, which means they’re suitable to people with sensitivities, but also last longer than any perfume I’ve used, without being overpowering.
My favorite scents are Eau Rose, Mimosa, Vanille, Eau Des Sens, Vetyverio, and D’Oranger, but I have yet to come across a scent I don’t like. I’m such a fan of the brand that I’ve even created an entire Pinterest board dedicated to curating images around the brand, because they’re so beautiful. So many people use empty candle holders to hold makeup brushes, q-tips, bobby pins, or really anything, so head over to the board and see creative ways to upcycle spent Diptyque products to extend their usefulness and keep their beauty around.
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