The Library of Fragrance Snow cologne spray was based on the many words that Eskimos have for snow:
falling snow, ground snow,smoky, drifting snow, wind-beaten snow, snow drift, smooth snowy surface of fine particles, rough snowy surface of large particles.
Snow does exactly what it says it will do. It smells like snow. You know when you open the door on a snowy day and the whole world is silent and blanketed with a thick carpet of snow? You know that fresh air scent, that ozonic smell vaguely mixed with the smell of damp earth, but so clean and sparkly that its more refreshing that dirty? That’s the smell of Library of Fragrance Snow.
When I wear it, it smells as sparklingly fresh and pure as that white covering of virgin snow that makes everything so quiet, and yet up close, it’s full of glistening crystals. It smells beautiful, stays true and is only £15 a bottle. Despite being a cologne spray, longevity is pretty decent and I had my little ice queen moment for several hours afterwards.
It made me feel clean, as if I was starting a new page or starting afresh. It would be perfect after a day in a stuffy office or a long car journey. If you’ve seen Disney Frozen, this is probably what Elsa smells like. Gorgeous.
My bottle was provided by Library of Fragrance, for which, warm thanks. Opinions are my own.