Why should perfume be so serious? Looking at the ad copy for many couture fragrances, you'd think the fate of the world was at stake. That's initially why we were drawn to Benefit Garden of Good and Eva Eau de Toilette ($36): the description is a cheeky poem about a carefree, whirling dervish of a girl. But then, we fell head over kitten heels for the scent itself, a summery blend of fruit, flowers, and musk with citrusy notes and a devilish base. Try it - we think you'll like it!
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