Ghost Dream Fragrance Review - Really Ree

Ghost Dream Fragrance Review

26 Sep 2017
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I’ve always been a big fan of Ghost’s fragrances as I find them easy to wear. So when I saw that they had released a new fragrance called Ghost Dream, I couldn’t wait to try it. Dream is a perfume that is described as ‘a captivating and enigmatic floral oriental scent created for young women who embrace their femininity and independence.’

Ghost Dream is a floral fragrance which has top notes of ‘delicate 100% natural Rose Essential and fragrant Moroccan orange flower. A floral heart of heady Egyptian jasmine and pretty violet develops to reveal a sensual base of woody notes, ambroxan musks and patchouli.’

The scent gives a subtle sweet fragrance, which isn’t too overpowering as it is subdued by the woody base notes. It does appear to be more a ‘grown up’ scent as opposed to more of a young, sweet playful scent, which I think works really well for what they were trying to achieve.

Ghost Dream

I really enjoyed wearing Dream as an everyday fragrance; I didn’t find it too strong but it lasted all day. As someone that enjoys sweet fragrances, initially I was slightly put off by the woody base notes to Dream as I’m not particularly a big fan of woody scents. However, I think combined with the floral scents it works well. It’s definitely a fragrance that feels quite light, crisp and airy. I almost get a kind of nostalgic feeling when wearing it (in a good way!), but I can’t seem to place my finger on which other fragrance it reminds me of.

Ghost Dream
Ghost Dream

The multifaceted blue packaging of Dream reflects their vision of it being ‘deliciously transparent; light yet complex. Dream encapsulates the pink clouds of a hazy sunset, the play of light on rippling water’. This also looks great on any vanity and I think it would make a great gift.

I would definitely recommend this fragrance to anyone who enjoys a floral everyday scent. Ghost Dream is available in 30ml, 50ml and 100ml. You can order it online here


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