Bath and Body Works Endless Weekend Wallflower Review

If you remember back a few weeks ago, I posted a haul of a bunch of stuff I purchased, including some items from Bath and Body Works. This includes a new wallflower to my collection: Endless Weekend. I had smelled the scent when it came out (the lotion, fragrance mist, etc.), but I wasn’t a very big fan. I liked the coconut scent in it, but it wasn’t great. The wallflower, on the hand, seemed to smell a little bit similar to my favorite Oahu Coconut Sunset. And, my mom was really into this one, so I thought I would give it a try.

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You have to imagine my surprise when I plugged it in on Sunday, and it smelled very perfume-y. Within a few minutes, my entire apartment smelled very pungent; that’s the only word that I can think of to describe it. It was a very biting scent that went straight to my head and gave me an instant headache. I gave it an hour or so, but it didn’t get better. I literally had to go to the bathroom and unplug and replace it with a new one.

Overall, the smell was pretty nice: summery and coconut-y, but that perfume element to it made it unbearable for me to have plugged into the wall in my apartment. I would say pass on this one if you see it in the stores; there are so many others that I prefer: equally strong but not so biting.

What are your favorite wallflowers?

I bought this myself. I’m not getting paid for this post. All opinions are my own.

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4 Responses to Bath and Body Works Endless Weekend Wallflower Review

  1. My favorite are any that are bakery scented! Like frosted cupcake.

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