Itâ€™s a new year, and we at NeuFutur Magazine would like to introduce you to our new section â€“ FAB.
FAB is our fashion and beauty segment, and it looks to provide coverage to all of the new (and existing) products that are on the market. We have given extensive coverage to all things media over the course of the last twelve years, and we feel that it is time that we provide reviews, interviews, and other pieces having to do with something that is near and dear to our hearts. We here at NeuFutur feel that it is time to go forth and begin coverage by covering a release that is related to our music section â€“ Britney Spears Circus Fantasy.
A joint effort between Spears eirself and Elizabeth Arden, Britney Spears Circus Fantasy is an update to the original 2005 fragrance that captured the minds and hearts of Britneyphiles and normals alike. The price-point of this perfume is quite approachable, with even chain department stores like Dillardâ€™s putting it on shelves for $55.
Besides who it is associated with and how much it costs, the Britney Spears Circus Fantasy is a compelling perfume for a number of reasons. First off, there is a lightness to the fragrance that plays as more ethereal than pushy or otherwise off-putting. The fragrance itself has hints of a panoply of fruits, with just as much tart cranberry or raspberry as there is orange or mango. Modifying these bold fruit notes is a more floral approach that comes forth soon after.
What results is a smorgasbord of flavors and smells that will remind individuals of some good memory, be it a spring day, a fresh-cooked pie, or even the butterflies in oneâ€™s heart before a first kiss. The sheer possibilities are endless, and Circus Fantasy represents an eclecticism that cannot be outclassed or outshined. The perfume has more than enough legs to keep it selling briskly throughout the next few years, with each bottle sold creating a new convert to the Circus family.
Britney Spears Circus Fantasy (Perfume) / 1.7 Fluid Ounces / http://www.britneyspears.com / http://www.elizabetharden.com