21 January 2014

Lily Flame Fairy Dust Scented Candle Tin | Review

I received two Lily Flame candles for Christmas. I've reviewed the Coffee Galore one here and am reviewing Fairy Dust (Invisible and true) today.
Fairy Dust Scented Candle, £8.50 @ Lily Flame
The scent is quite hard to describe. All I can say is, it's powdery, warm and sweet. It pretty much smells of what you would imagine actual fairy dust to smell like! I like the scent, but I didn't find it very powerful. You would smell it in the air every so often but it didn't fill the room with it's scent like the Coffee Galore one did. I really do love the dolly mixture style chunks atop the candle! The labelling is pretty, embossed and looks luxurious.
It burned really well, although it did start off with some tunneling, but thankfully the wax made it's way down to the bottom! Only a thin layer of wax remained once it had burnt out. These candles are very well made and very high quality. The burn time is around 35 hours. I personally wouldn't get this one again, even though I did enjoy it, because I much prefer scents of the food variety; fruity, chocolately and sweet scents. This would make a lovely gift for a very girly person.

I've truly enjoyed my experience with Lily Flame candles and I am just itching to place an order for some more! I'd love to try Rhubarb, Chocolate Truffle and the Summer Pudding one!
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  1. Charlotte MacDonald-Gaunt21 January 2014 at 11:14

    This is an amazing candle, it smells sugary but fresh and fruity too :o) Xx

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  2. thejollyfashionista21 January 2014 at 22:20

    It was lovely! Really looking forward to trying lots more! :) xxx

  3. always lust over these when i'm in John Lewis but i've never bought any, this one sounds amazing think i need to take the plunge! xx

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  4. thejollyfashionista21 January 2014 at 23:28

    You definitely should, they're amazing! :) xxx


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