Jessy Mendiola is big on scents. In fact, she has a growing collection at home! According to the actress, she strongly believes that fragrances can trigger memories. "Kaya lagi, pinapalit-palitan ko ang aking perfumes," she shared in her latest vlog. While there are all sorts of scents out there, Jessy said that she usually gravitates towards floral ones. "Ang favorite scent ko is talagang floral, either floral, sweet, or powdery."
If you're into fragrances that smell like fresh flowers, too, keep on scrolling for some recos from Jessy!
Jessy Mendiola's Favorite Floral Perfumes
1. Bottega Veneta Parco Palladiano I: Magnolia
The newest addition to Jessy's collection is the Bottega Veneta Parco Palladiano I: Magnolia, which she bought during her recent trip to Dubai. She described it as a "light", citrusy floral scent, which has top notes of grapefruit, bergamot, and orange. "Hindi talaga ako mahilig sa citrusy perfumes pero ito, habang tumatagal, bumabango siya for me," she explained.
2. Dior Balade Sauvage
According to Jessy, this scent from Dior is a bit powdery and it's perfect for anyone who's looking for a light scent. Whenever she uses this, "feeling ko bagong ligo ako," she happily shared.
3. Miss Dior Eau De Parfum
Jessy picks up this floral fragrance with notes of rose, lily of the valley, and peony whenever she wants "something sweet and light." According to her, she gets compliments from her "Howhow" Luis Manzano whenever she wears it. Bonus: It leaves a long-lasting scent, too!
4. Marc Jacobs Daisy Sorbet
The actress clearly loves using this fruity-floral scent! "Medyo paubos na siya kasi lagi ko siya ginagamit sa bahay," she shared. "Light siya. Pag sprinay mo siya, kahit gaano karami, hindi ka mauumay and hindi din matatapangan yung ibang tao sa scent mo."
5. Bvlgari Omnia Amethyste
"Pabango ko 'to nung teenager ako," she recalled. Its heart is composed of iris and Bulgarian rose, with woodsy notes at the base. Jessy likes how this floral perfume isn't overpowering!
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