Glam 'n Soul 2012

Glam 'n Soul by Thomas Sabo
Bottle Design Philipp Günther
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Glam 'n Soul is a perfume by Thomas Sabo for women and was released in 2012. The scent is floral-fresh. It is still available to purchase.
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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesBergamotBergamot LycheeLychee Pink pepperPink pepper VioletViolet
Heart Notes Heart NotesMagnoliaMagnolia RoseRose WaterlilyWaterlily
Base Notes Base NotesVanillaVanilla White muskWhite musk CedarCedar

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Scent

5.636 Ratings

Longevity

4.425 Ratings

Sillage

4.026 Ratings

Bottle

6.333 Ratings
Submitted by DonVanVliet, last update on 16.11.2020.
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BLINK AND YOU'LL MISS IT
A sample of "Glam 'n' Soul" landed in my shopping bag upon purchase of a Christmas gift from the Thomas Sabo store. I regarded it as a sort of throwaway item to be discarded later, but set it aside anyway. Who knows? This might be good. After all, I confess to owning many of the brands older jewellery items; witty, well made, interchangeable pieces (albeit very overpriced) that once helped the brand to rise above the mainstream ranks of uninspired, girly costume jewellery. Their latest jewellery range is fairly uninspired and generic, even the sales staff lamented the change, and so it is with this latest addition to their fragrance line.
Glam 'n' Soul is essentially a vaguely synthetic, citrusy, fruity floral composition with a watery texture and a generic vanilla and white musk base. The listed cedar note was not apparent in my wearings. This is inoffensive and wearable enough but completely indistinguishable from hundreds of other mainstream releases of this style.
My wearings would rank as possibly the most fleeting fragrance experiences I've ever had - akin to watching a speeded-up, time lapse photo sequence where the birth to death experience is seen to unfold in a matter of seconds, although in this case about an hour elapsed from first bloom to forgotten dust.
As the sale of their fragrances appears to be limited to Thomas Sabo stores, it begs the question: why would customers buy this? Surely, if one can afford their silver jewellery, one can afford a fragrance that at least matches it in quality?
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