- ambrette: comfy and warm
- ambrox: smooth, salty and animalistic
- musk: long-lasting and addictive
- iris root: earthly, green and woody
- pink pepper: spice and sparkling
The bottle was custom made. Designer Laura Yeh cast and carved plaster molds by hand to get the perfect form. There is an indentation in the bottle where a thumb fits perfectly.
The red cap, the pink to glass gradient, the Glossier logo, it is seriously everything I imagined the Glossier perfume to look like.
For a limited time, every Glossier order will come with a Glossier You sample. These samples are tiny little glass vials (my favorite) with a red spritzer and have enough use for at least a week so you can see how the scent interacts with your personal chemistry.
The limited edition seasonal stickers are also scratch and sniff (!) and smell like Glossier You. Honestly my favorite sticker that Glossier has ever released. So clever. These come with every Glossier order as well.
Emily Weiss described Glossier You as smelling “like your boyfriend’s neck after he has been wearing cologne for eight hours.” I love that her philosophy is that it’s the woman, not the fragrance that should be recognizable. The scent is subtle but lasting and slightly different on everyone. Every time there are big life changes, I usually change to a new scent. I have a scent for middle school, a scent for high school and a scent for college. My perfumes kind of document different time periods of my life. I’ve been looking for a new scent to welcome in my 20s and post-college adult life and this is it.