Beauty The Blend by Fred Segal August 19, 2015 I’m usually hesitant doing fragrance reviews and posts as it’s such a personal experience. Yet ironically it’s the very reason I decided to do a fragrance related post today. I just discovered The Blend by Fred Segal which is a range of pure essential oil fragrances that you can either wear on their own, or layer to make your custom blend fragrance to suit your personal preference. I’m all for practical and customisable products so I’m excited to tell you guys all about it… The Blend Custom Fragrance Kit There are 10 single blend fragrances within the range. The bottles have a rollerball applicator and contain 0.17oz of pure fragrance oil. Each bottle is marked with letters representing which fragrance family the scents belong to such as F for Floral, S for Spice, C for Citrus etc. This helps to combine your favorite scents together… Lets say you like a sweet vanilla scent but wished you could add a touch of citrus in there to zest it up…well, with this concept, you can do that and so much more. Individual bottles retail at $25 each. Click HERE to find out more about each fragrance and/or to purchase it 01 Water Lily – 02 Grassy Vetiver – 03 Amber Vanilla – 04 Forest Patchouli – 05 Tropic Bloom 06 Clean Musk – 07 White Tea – 08 Exotic Rose – 09 Ocean Air – 10 Citrus Zest The Blend website itself has some recipe suggestions as to how you can mix your own blends and it also shows you exactly how to apply it for maximum effect. Check out the full range of recipes HERE There’s a variety of recipes including men’s cologne and below are couple of recipe cards examples which specify how many swirls of each fragrance you need to create such blends – but of course it’s totally up to you how less or more of each scent you like: If you’re wondering which of the 10 fragrances you should purchase or what sort of blend you should create, there are two clever fragrance kits which give you plenty of options: For a starter kit, you can go with The Blend Mini Kit ($29) which contains 4 x 0.08oz bottles featuring the brand’s best selling fragrances: 03 Amber Vanilla, 05 Tropic Bloom, 06 Clean Musk and 10 Citrus Zest; as well as 4 recipes which two are exclusive to this set. If you love your fragrances and want your mini fragrance mixing lab, you can go for The Blend Custom Fragrance Kit ($250) which features all 10 full size single fragrances, the display stand (as below), a travel case and a guide to creating your own blends. Click on the pictures to get more information about each kit and/or purchase it I love products that allow flexibility and the option to customise depending on each individual’s preference. As I mentioned in the beginning, fragrance is such a personal thing and I love the concept of this brand and the fun of having recipes to follow or better yet, creating a totally unique fragrance. What do you think of The Blend range? What’s your signature fragrance? The Blend by Fred Segal was last modified: July 13th, 2016 by Sarah 4 comments 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Sarah previous post Olivia Palermo x Ciate London Makeup Collection next post Product Series: Blush You may also like Colourpop Puppy Love December 24, 2015 Colourpop Lips March 13, 2015 Yadah Korean Beauty January 25, 2017 Cover FX Custom Enhancer Drops Review August 26, 2016 Too Faced Not Foolin’ Around April 2, 2015 Your Artis Brush Questions Answered April 15, 2016 MAC Warm Neutral Eyeshadow Palette April 27, 2014 Bridal Makeup Before & After June 5, 2014 Loreal Infallible Eyeshadows July 18, 2013 Too Faced Melted Liquified Longwear Lipstick July 25, 2014 4 comments Sydney August 20, 2015 at 2:40 pm I love the idea of customizing your own scent! Perfume is restocked frequently on my vanity. My signature is Ralph Lauren, but depending on the occasion, I like to mix it up. Any particular scent combinations you recommend for the individual blends shown above? Reply Sarah August 20, 2015 at 3:16 pm Hi Sydney, If you generally prefer clean/crisp fragrances such as Ralph Lauren, try mixing Ocean Air and Grassy Vetiver and add a hint of floral like Water Lily or Exotic Rose. I personally love more spicy and almost masculine scents and there’s a recipe called After Dark which is a blend of Amber Vanilla, Forest Patchouli and White Tea which I’m going to do next. I just have to buy Forest Patchouli – or at this rate possibly the full kit lol Reply Emily August 20, 2015 at 6:52 am How cool! I had no idea, thank you for sharing Sarah! Reply Sarah August 20, 2015 at 3:17 pm Thank you Emily :) Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Notify me when new comments are added.