Fictitious Fragrance Fan: Heather Duke Of ‘Heathers’

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Heather Duke went from a totally extra Heather to the most vital within the span of, what, a month? Her penchant for green, Moby Dick, bathroom Bulimia episodes, and getting crucial canNOT be overlooked. Why is she such a mega bitch? Because she CAN be, darling.

Her scent? The veritably verdant Nest Lemongrass Ginger. She pronounced it “very” after a trip to the Westerburg Mall. Here, the scent in Nest’s hand wash, which is currently taking my bathroom’s game up several notches. It’s subtle, but with a tart note that is unveiled via a sillage of sweetness. It fuses the freshness of lemongrass and ginger with notes of eucalyptus, thyme and sage. It doesn’t take itself too seriously, isn’t cloying, but also can’t quite be categorized as exclusively sophisticated. It’s a playful, bright fragrance.

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Motor on over to pick up the Nest Reed Diffuser in Lemongrass & Ginger, $38 on amazon.comBecause not to take part in this summery scent would be CHAOTIC. And chaos was what killed the dinosaurs, darling. So what’s your damage, Heather? If you don’t like it, you can transfer to Washington. Transfer to Jefferson.

This is R18 series, Fictitious Fragrance Fans. Fragrance is one of the most difficult areas of beauty to discuss and I find myself trying to convey a scent to you, more often than not, by the pop culture character it embodies to me. So why not make it a thing?

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