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Stores that have good deals on perfumes

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Both Victoria Secret Pink and Bath and Body Works, has been around for over twenty years. But some more high end perfumes have been around for decades because their scent never goes out of style.

Everyone knows that a good perfume is key. So where can we find a perfume that smells amazing but doesn’t cost too much?

Bath and Body Works

Bath and Body Works, was founded by Les Wexner, in 1990. The store originated from New Albany, Ohio. The first Bath and Body Works store to ever open, was in a Cambridge, Massachusetts mall. Ever since the store opened, it has been a hit among various age groups.

Bath and Body Works carries necessities, from soaps and shampoos, to perfumes and candles. This company understands that their products can be expensive. So, they give out good deals like: buy two and get one free.

“Into the Night”

“Into the Night,” is my go-to scent. I wear it whenever I go to a party, out to eat, or just to a regular school day. It is the perfume that turns peoples heads and ask what the name is.

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The perfume is a blend of dark berries, midnight jasmine, and rich amber. When I wear this scent, it gives me enough confidence to walk into a room without having any care in what people think.

“Into the Night,” is currently going on sale for $16.50.

“Sunshine Mimosa”

“Sunshine Mimosa,” is another great scent. I have had people come up to me and tell me that it reminds them of summer. At first, I didn’t quite get it. Now, I do.

This perfume is a light and refreshing smell, that has a hint of citrus. Whereas “Into the Night,” reminds you of a masquerade ball. “Sunshine Mimosa,” is like a ride down to the beach.

Sunshine Mimosa,” is no longer available at Bath and Body Works, but can be found on Amazon.


I would say that “Butterfly” is a mix of “Into the Night” and “Sunshine Mimosa.”

This perfume is literally good for any occasion what so ever. It is not like “Into the Night,” where I feel like the perfume is best suited for when you are dressed up, instead of just wearing sweats.

“Butterfly” is a mix of raspberry nectar, iris petals, and airy vanilla. It reminds me of a walk through a flower field, where the sun is at it’s highest peak, and the bees are buzzing.

You can’t go wrong with this scent, whatsoever. If you want to buy it, you can buy it at Bath and Body Works for $17.50.

Victoria Secret Pink

Victoria Secret Pink, is another store that has good sales on their perfumes, especially around this time. Pink was created twenty-five years after Victoria. It was created to bring in younger audiences then people in their twenties. The stores were created by Roy Raymond. The first Victoria Secret was opened at the Stanford Shopping Center in Palo Alto, California. Before Raymond invested in his own business, he actually worked in marketing for other companies.

Victoria Secret Pink carries perfumes, undergarments, glosses, jewelry, lotions, and apparel. The store is also an expansive one, so they usually have sales.

Victoria Secret Pink’s Perfumes

I don’t shop at Pink, but I do know that their sales are to die for. All of their perfumes are the same: good prices and are not too strong.

A favorite among many people is “Warm and Cozy.” This particular scent is a mix of raspberry, peony, and vanilla. This fragrance is known to last about eight hours and smells heavenly.

As I said before, “Warm and Cozy” is not expansive. As of right now, the perfume is going on sale for $10.77.


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Daniella Albuquerque, Editor-in-chief
Daniella Albuquerque is a 16 year old in her Sophomore year at Colonia High school. She is involved in tennis, Spring Track, Interact Club, Book Club, and Student Council. She has never been athletic but has joined a few sports over the last couple of years, she recently found her love for tennis. Albuquerque is a bubbly person who loves to speak and get to know people whenever and wherever. If you asked her what her favorite hobby would have to be, she would answer with no hesitation: reading. When she isn´t studying or playing tennis, you can find her holed up in her room reading books. Her favorite genre has to be romance with a mix of fantasy. Albuquerque would like to study abroad and major in writing. Her dream is either to work for an important editing company or become a best selling author. With this being her second year with the Declaration of Independence, she hopes she does it well and is informative with what she writes.    

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