My New Superflous Essential: Diptyque Eau des Sens Hair Mist

Were you to say you knew of a fragrance hair mist that would excite me, I’d likely recommend that you to take a Valium and chill your horses. A changed person am I courtesy of the dyptique Eau des Sens parfum hair mist. It’s hands down my favorite fragrance find this year and one that you may want to check out during your next visit to SpaceNK. Because there is life outside of Baies candle.

For those who have been spraying their favorite fragrance in their hair, stop. The innovative diptyque formula uses less drying alcohol so it prevents breakage and color fading. The nourishing Camellia Seed Oil keeps the hair looking healthy and also smells divine. It’s hair care meets fragrance and this Leo is into it.

Eau des Sens

If you’ve seen my Instagram feed or read my fragrance musings in the past, you know that Neroli is among my all time favorite scents. Eau des Sens combines the zesty citrus and fresh aquatic notes of the Mediterranean with a lingering finish that is sweet, earthy, and a tiny bit woodsy. Well-traveled but not pretentious, the effect is uplifting and more floral than fruity. It’s very ‘is he gay or European?’ and I love it. Speaking from personal experience, I say, “gay and European.”

I whip my hair back and forth…

I don’t really, but I want to each time I reach for this diptyque hair mist. Taking into account the longevity it offers and it’s impressive sillage, the Eau des Sens hair mist has been my casual grab and go fragrance for the past couple of weeks. It definitely stays with you but it is neither aggressive nor intrusive. It triggers the ‘you smell good’ vs. ‘what do you have on?’ reaction. The latter can go either way, right?

Should you?

I say yes, but I am partial to diptyque. The skincare line features some major hits (Radiance Boosting Powder face wash and Multi-Use Exfoliating Clay are my favorites) and without sounding basic, Baies and Feu de Bois candles are staples in this house. Hair mist? I’d normally hesitate but the gorgeous sensory experience it provides is superb. It’s so very Made in France.

$48 (30ml) spacenk.com

what’s in it…

*press sample

1 Comment

  1. Brian
    July 31, 2018 / 9:09 am

    You need to get your hands on the Czech & Speake Neroli. It’s British, but I think there are online retailers. It’s the most neroli of Nerolis. Not as sweet as EdS, which is a bit sweet to me.

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