Big Lots (Living Colors) Wax Melts Reviews - March 2018

March 30, 2018
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Big Lots Living Colors Wax Melts Reviews - March 2018

This is a review of Big Lots (Living Colors) Wax Melts from March 2018. I like the Desert Sage scent, and throw on that one is quite strong.

Cherry Blossom
A perfect fruity floral cherry blossom scent. I smell sweet floral with a fruity cherry note, and also a laundry note. Very nice! I find that just about all cherry blossom scents tend to have weak throw no matter who makes them.

Deep Ocean
Sweet fresh water with a hint of a peppery note, a sweet floral note, and maybe a smidgen of lemon and a tiny bit of musk. It smells like a men's body wash but a little different from other typical men's body wash scents. I really like it.

Desert Sage
This smells like freshly mowed grass with sweet floral and peppery notes. The peppery note makes it smell like an authentic flower, but it's not really a floral scent either; it's a little sweet but not flowery sweet or perfumey. It's more of a "green", natural scent, but definitely not sage, since sage is a savory scent. I really like it!

Morning Glory
Morning Glory flowers really don't have a scent, and they definitely don't smell like this! This is a nice, rich, super sweet scent that smells like a combination of fake grape candy and floral, with maybe a hint of vanilla. It's unique and I like it, although it's almost nauseatingly sweet.

White Nectarine
This may be a dupe for an older tropical fruit scent. I do smell peach, but maybe also mango. It's not overly sweet, and it has a bit of that sour tropical note but not enough to be annoying. Even though it has a tropical note, I don't detect pineapple or coconut. It's a great scent, and very strong on cold sniff.

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