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I can’t think of many things more luxurious than a hair perfume so I was very excited to try out the new Penhaligon’s Halfeti Hair Perfume. If you’re looking for a scent with the warmth and richness of Halfeti but with not so much of a heady punch, this is it!
What is Penhaligon’s Halfeti Hair Perfume?
- New hair perfume with the Halfeti fragrance from Penhaligon’s
- Enriched with Argan Oil and Vitamin E for soft, smooth hair
- With notes of rose, grapefruit and Levantine spice
- Available in a 30ml bottles for £40.
I am always obsessed with the idea of hair fragrance and I have to say, this one is absolutely delightful.
I love Halfeti from Penhaligon’s, but it can be a little heady and heavy for me because it is definitely the kind of fragrance that can say hello to a room full of people before you do!
Halfeti is an oudy, warm and spicy woody scent that smells really expensive. I absolutely love it but I am always very careful to use a small amount. I actually really enjoy it on my partner too. It’s a great unisex scent with a multitude of personalities.
The Penhaligon’s Halfeti Hair Perfume is softer and a little less punchy than the actual fragrance which is perfect for me because it means I get to enjoy the sensual and exotic beauty of Halefti without it overwhelming me.
And the great thing about the hair fragrance is that you get a little waft of it every time you move your hair, and the breeze blows on it, which just makes you feel very elegant and company-ready! Also, it contains super-fine Argan oil which is amazing for the condition of your hair. It’s a win-win!
It’s a gorgeous little bottle that you can throw in your handbag to revive your hair before a night out and feel really fresh and confident. Love it!
Where to buy it
The Penhaligon’s Halfeti Hair Perfume is £30 for a 40ml bottle.
If you’re looking for a new fragrance, my favourite from Penhaligon’s is Constantinople which would wear really nicely with the Halfeti Hair Perfume. Read my Penhaligon’s Constantinople Review.