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Posted by on Jan 2, 2015 in Bath & Body | 4 comments

Signature Fragrances – Lola & Rose Art Perfumes

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Signature Fragrances Lola & Rose Art Perfumes Review

I was recently sent these Lola* and Rose Art* perfume samples from Signature Fragrances. Signature Fragrances produce high quality perfumes which have an indulgent Pure Parfum strength – the highest form of perfume – each of their perfumes contains little or no alcohol.

The samples that I have been sent are only tiny so that I can try them out, but the perfumes that they sell are packaged in exquisite cut glass bottles that are simply stunning. Signature Fragrances have really done well with their packaging – what girl wouldn’t love to have one of these beauties displayed on her dressing table?

Rose Art

Rose Art – Signature Fragrances’ perfumes are categorised by four of the most popular fragrance families in the world – Sweet, Floral, Fresh and Oriental Woods. Rose Art falls into the Floral family, it has a lovely traditional rose scent with an undertone of sweet parma violets. It’s really feminine and you only need the tiniest dab of the perfume for a scent that lasts all day. Rose Art is definitely my favourite of the two perfumes, I love the shape of the bottle too.


Lola – this one falls into the Sweet perfume family, it has a warm scent which reminds me of some of the strong woody fragrances that were around in the 1990s. The scent is quite strong and I find it difficult to distinguish the individual notes of Lola, but according to the Signature Fragrances website it contains Jasmine and Patchouli (the Patchouli would explain the initial strong hit of scent) with a top note of African Orange Flower. After wearing Lola for 9 hours I can still smell it, but it fades to a comforting talcum-y scent. The glass bottle in the shape of a cut diamond is simply stunning.

Signature Fragrances Lola & Rose Art Perfumes 2

Signature Fragrances recommend that you dab their perfume on, and this is why the bottles don’t come with a spray (you only need a spray bottle when your perfume is weaker and contains more alcohol). They recommend that “When dabbing your perfume, tilt the bottle so that some of the perfume touches the stopper, which you then can use to dab onto your wrists, neck, and anywhere else you desire to apply your precious scent.”

The perfumes from Signature Fragrances are actually rather expensive given how little you get in a bottle, but unlike the perfumes you find on the high street you only need a tiny dab of these to last all day (the less alcohol there is in a perfume, the less there is of it to evaporate) so a few millilitres of these high quality perfumes will last for months. If you want to treat yourself to a little New Year gift then you can’t go wrong with one of these.

Signature Fragrances Lola & Rose Art Perfumes

Rose Art was by way my favourite of these two perfumes, a real beautiful vintage fragrance. I’d be interested in trying a sample from the other 2 fragrance families – Fresh and Oriental Woods – so that I could compare them with Rose Art and Lola. I’ve also read really good things about the Lurre fragrance (from the Floral collection).

Lola is usually priced at £37 for 6ml, but is currently reduced to £29, available from Signature Fragrances. Rose Art is usually priced at £42 for 10ml, but is currently on offer at £33, available from Signature Fragrances. You will also receive a complementary fragrance sample with each online order that you place.

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*PR sample


  1. I’m not really a perfume person but the bottles look so pretty (:

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