Brazilian Begonia

Brazilian Begonia

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Lisa Hoffman Beauty Brazilian Begonia 2 fl. oz Eau de Parfum, $65

Could it be summer already? That’s a serious question with Syracuse having freezing temperatures as low as the negatives.

With summer right around the corner, people have been starting to trade in their puffy coats for a lighter jacket, changing their make up to lighter shades, and changing their perfume scents from more of a musky under tone to a lighter one that’s reminiscent of spring.

Reading off Sephora’s most popular fragrances, popular ones as of now include Marc Jacob’s Daisy, Chloe, and Dolce & Gabbana’s Light Blue. All of these scents can be categorized as light, clean, and refreshing- all perfect for the springtime.

A scent that is equally wonderful but not as well known for the warm rising temperatures and sunny days Lisa Hoffman’s Beauty, Brazilian Begonia. The begonia is a tropical flower native to Brazil that encapsulates the vibrant life of Brazil’s wildlife, but also its demure beauty.

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Bralizian Begonia 15ml Eau de Parfum Spray, $22

This sultry, floral woody fragrance’s top note is zesty lemon lime. Then it dries down to a blend of amber musk with a warm vanilla finish. The eau de parfum is available in a regular and travel size.

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Brazilian Begonia Bracelet, $65

What’s unique about Lisa Hoffman’s collection is that she offers scented jewelry that would pair perfectly with the perfume already on your wrists and neck. The Lisa Hoffman Beauty Fragrance Beads deliver the same strength in scent, without compensating for the lack of any of the perfume’s notes.

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Brazilian Begonia Necklace, $65

Scents like these can uplift our moods and the best part is fool us to think it’s summer already. As the Syracuse snow begins to melt, immerse yourself in a summer dream with Brazilian Begonia. 

Steph Chan

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