Ghost Girl is the latest launch from the successful British clothing and fragrance brand Ghost. If you are familiar with the clothing range, this fragrance is diametrically opposed to the flowing silhouettes and sumptuous fabrics that the range is known for. It is also quite different from the other fragrances in the range which are in the main, floral which rose featurng regularly.
Whilst the bottle shares the shape of the first fragrance from the range Ghost which was launched fifteen years ago, it is a cacophony of metallic pink and graffiti. This fragrance hits you in the face with raspberry and pomegranate at first spray. I found it overwhelming – but I stuck with it, and was rewarded with pear, a gourmand note that I enjoy. At this stage I am looking forward to the floral middle, but on my skin this fragrance goes straight from sweet to woody with the amber note taking centre stage.
This fragrance is clearly geared towards Generation Z but if you like a fruity floral, it is worth a sniff.
Ghost Girl launches from August 20th and prices start from £25