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The Best Perfumes For Women: Find Your Signature Scent

The unseen, unforgettable ultimate accessory.

Ladies’ scent is a definitive last little detail for any outfit, temperament, and event. Some vibe stripped without it, Because of the mind blowing work of perfumers across the world, we’re not shy of brilliant aromas to look over; So Let’s see ‘The Best Perfumes For Women: Find Your Signature Scent’.

So, read on and discover the best luxury perfumes for women in our ultimate guide. From the best smelling perfume of all time to iconic fragrances that have stood the test of time to more recent classics and cult favorites.

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1. El Lanza Perfume

El Lanza Perfume
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So let me start with a very recent discovery which I love so much this one is rosette from a brand called El Lanza. First of all it’s so chic so sleek so classy it looks absolutely amazing very rich, and when it comes to perfumes no one like them having too many labels, too many things written on them because that just kind of takes away.

You know the richness of the perfume the design has to be minimal that’s how Anyone like it and this perfume itself is absolutely amazing so it starts off with a very nice uh sweet vanilla note and then it gradually moves to the more floral notes and it’s a very very feminine perfume.

Even if you look at the packaging and the color of the fragrance right it’s all like pink and very girly so this is a very nice perfume to try out and this is something which will last you for quite nice long time. So you know for casual wear for day wear even for evening wear this is a really good perfume to try out.

2. Body Cupid Aqua Wave Perfume

Body Cupid Aqua Wave Perfume
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The next that We want to talk about is from a brand called body cupid, we have the body cupid aquavive which is a more neutral fragrance, so the body cupid aqua weave is absolutely brilliant if you’re looking for a neutral fragrance and it has a very beachy ocean-like feel and vibe.

For you the body cupid aqua wave is associated with beach holidays you know with the beach and being next to the waters and you know all of that so aquarium is a perfume which is something that can be loved. It’s really nice for hours and hours you’ll be smelling the you know nice watery fragrance on yourself and it’s Very nice it’s very light.

3. Zara Perfume For Women

Next we’re going to talk about Zara perfume because we know how much you guys love Zara perfumes. This is not technically a perfume technically it’s more of a unique leg which means that it has more alcohol content so it does not last for that much.

Talking about the scent in itself well it has a beautiful beautiful scent okay it’s more flat as compared to some of the other perfumes or other fragrances that we just talked about, it is a little bit more flat and also it does not have a tuberose fragrance.

But it is really nice it’s feminine in a very, so describing the scent well or when you actually apply this perfume the first notes that you will get is like a whiffer for lemon orangey grape seed you know these are the fragrances you will get and gradually settles to a more sandalwood and vanilla base so that’s what this perfume is really all about.

Overall I think this is a really good fragrance if you’re not looking for something too deep and you know if you if you just want a nice fragrance but it is not for those people who have very or deep interest in perfumes you might find this a little bit flat.

4. Engage L’AMANTE Perfume For Women

Engage L'AMANTE For Her Perfume
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And last but not the least let me talk about this perfume from ITC engage that’s lavante for her, it is so amazing guys, it has a very nice minimalistic packaging and again it looks very very rich definitely. The fragrance is extremely sensuous it’s very deep, it’s a very feminine fragrance but it’s rich deep luxurious so it’s not like flowery it’s more fruity but not in a jazzy way.

It’s really in a more deep luxurious central space so We really like this perfume but it’s more for evening wear personally that’s what we feel but of course if you want to wear this for the daytime even that’s really good.

So yes guys those are all the perfumes that we want to talk about today and we hope we’ve given you lots of different ingredients and different options to choose from.

So yes guys that’s what we want to share in today’s blog all the links are provided if you want to check them out and yep that’s about it thank you so much for watching we hope you found this blog useful.

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The Hidden Gems of Bhutan: A Lifestyle and Travel Guide

The Hidden Gems of Bhutan: A Lifestyle and Travel Guide
Bhutan is the Perfect Digital Detox
Bhutan is the perfect digital detox experience to make your Instagram friends envious after you return

Introduction :

Bhutan boasts the happiest people on earth and it really shows in the country’s unique mix of traditional and modern culture, as well as its emphasis on living life in harmony with nature. If you’re looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, Bhutan may be the perfect digital detox retreat to experience nature and culture all at once. Here are three great places to visit while traveling through Bhutan that you can’t miss.

Bhutan is famous for two things: its happiness index and the Tiger’s Nest temple (more on that later). The country chose indeed to focus on measuring the quality of life of its inhabitants instead of a trade growth index. King Jigme Singye Wangchuck named it the Gross National Happiness Index in 1972. Every consecutive famous leader of Bhutan has since adopted the measure as a way to grow without sacrificing traditions and values.

What is a digital detox?

Traveling can be a digital detox. Let’s face it, when we travel to places where we don’t know anyone and nobody knows us, we crave that privacy. We enjoy being with our loved ones, but an escape to a far-away land where we are surrounded by natural beauty is exactly what we need to relax.

Bhutan is one of those places in which you get to experience pristine nature, different cultures and be truly alone without having any distractions from your gadgets or other electronics around you.

Although technology has its benefits as well, there are many reasons why it may not always be helpful for us to use them too much. Studies show that overusing technology can change our perspective about real-life events instead of making these things more attractive for us.

Experiences: top 3 things to do in Bhutan

Experience nature first-hand at one of Bhutan’s famous national parks. Trek across lush valleys and gorges, surrounded by a stunning beauty that you won’t find anywhere else in Asia. Whether it’s trekking, rafting or hiking, you can get active in some way or another when exploring these beautiful places.

Wondering what to do in Bhutan? Wonder no more because we’ve done the research for you. Here is our list of the top 3 best things to do in Bhutan to experience a digital detox while still offering picture-perfect moments to post on your social media when you come back.

1. Bhutan Tiger’s Nest, Paro Taktsang

Bhutan is the Perfect Digital Detox

Nestled atop a cliff in Paro Taktsang, Tiger’s Nest Monastery offers an unparalleled view of one of Asia’s most dramatic landscapes. According to legend, Guru Rinpoche meditated here for 3 years in an attempt to subdue evil spirits.

After finally succeeding, he declared it would be a place where people could heal and find peace. Today, monks still reside at Tiger’s Nest. And when you arrive via cable car – crossing Bhutan’s highest bridge along the way – you will see why it is considered one of Buddhism’s most sacred sites by both practitioners and non-practitioners alike.

It is also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can visit during any season but fall (September through November) is particularly stunning with changing leaves and cooler temperatures. Plan on spending about 4 hours there including time to hike down or up if needed (the incline is steep). There are no restaurants or other services nearby so bring your own food/drinks/snacks.

2. Chimmi Lhakhang Temple

Bhutan is the Perfect Digital Detox

The history of Chimmi Lhakhang is shrouded in mystery. However, it’s believed that over time, a Nyingmapa Buddhist lama named Lama Rinpoche came to Bhutan from Tibet and transformed into Buddha Shakyamuni. He remains at his monastery in Bumthang province. With an ancient temple structure set amidst extraordinary views, it’s no wonder that Chimmi Lhakhang draws travelers from across the globe.

If you’re interested in exploring other religious shrines in Bhutan—such as Dochula Pass or Jakar Dzong—you can easily do so on your way to Chimmi Lhakhang Temple by taking a day trip from Jakar village. You’ll find plenty of accommodations nearby.

For example, you could stay at Hotel Wangdichholing near Jakar village for around $15 per night. From there, it takes about 45 minutes to drive to Chimmi Lhakhang Temple. It’s also possible to visit Chimmi Lhakhang Temple independently with a rented car if you have enough time (at least two days).

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3. Punakha Dzong

Bhutan is the Perfect Digital Detox

Punakha is a town located in Bumthang District, about 20 minutes outside of Thimphu. It’s home to Punakha Dzong, which sits on top of a mountain that overlooks the confluence of two rivers.

The dzong (fortress) was built in 1637 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal as a stronghold against invaders from Tibet. The local monks wear traditional attire—including yellow hats with a red hatband—which is distinct to Bumthang, one of Bhutan’s four traditional regions. With about 6,000 people living there as per 2005 census, Punakha feels more rustic than most other towns in Bhutan.

However, it’s also becoming a popular tourist destination because of its close proximity to Paro Airport. That means you can get there easily but still have time for a proper experience. Book an overnight stay at Jigme Drukpa Hotel or Tashi Yangtse Hotel if you’re planning on spending some time here; both are great places to relax after exploring Punakha Dzong and its surrounding villages.

When to visit Bhutan?

Bhutan is the Perfect Digital Detox

Although a trip to Bhutan might sound like a leisurely escape to paradise, there are still several questions you need to ask yourself before planning your trip. For example, when is it best to visit? The climate in Bhutan varies significantly between seasons.

Generally speaking, summers are warm but not unbearably hot (April-June), while winters can be cool (-10°C / 15°F) or cold (-20°C / -4°F) but rarely freezing (November-February). Autumns offer mild weather that’s best for trekking. If possible, you’ll want to avoid visiting during rainy season—December through February—when monsoon storms bring rain daily and make some roads impassable.

Regardless of what time of year you decide to visit, keep in mind that temperatures are generally cooler at higher altitudes and warmer at lower elevations. As such, you should dress in layers so you can adjust as necessary. When to go: June–September for warm temperatures with little rainfall; November–March for comfortable temperatures at lower elevations; April–May for cooler weather with more precipitation


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