Yankee Candles • Meadow Showers • Candles
|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
This review is for the tart, which I just picked up this week and have been melting all weekend. I will DEFINITELY be repurchasing multiple tarts in this scent. It's a fresh, clean scent that actually doesn't give me a headache! This scent reminds me of summer days as a child, and being at my friend's house and her 70's brown and white giant plastic pitcher of iced tea. I find the scent hard to describe note for note. I just know it reminds me of summertime as a child. This tart was also very fragrant. I melted half a tart and it scented the whole place. I love the green color too.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Hazel
Daydreaming of a quiet escape. . . the naturally tranquil and airy scent of fresh raindrops on blades of green grass.
NEW! one of 8 newly released fragrances for Spring 2012.
Very Nice Fresh fragrance. perfect clean smell. Nice fragrance to have burning while you study and read. Pretty green color and the picture on the label is very good!!!!
To me this fragrance smells like you ran outside in the early morning to remove your fresh clean laundry hanging outside to air dry before the rain storm arrives. You smell clean fresh cotton clothes, a little bit of the herbal grass with very light florals. The rain is close you can smell the rain on it's way! Maybe even smell some bamboo too?
Hope I explained the fragrance pretty good but that was just what the candle smells like to me! it's a naturally beautiful fragrance!
Large jar is awesome and can't wait to try the wax tarts too!
I always burn my candles for at least 3 hours and trim the wick before I light it each time. Always have a Yankee Candle
Illuma-Lid ! I always burn my jar candles with a Yankee Candle Illuma-lid jar topper to reduce the effects of drafts, provide a longer cleaner burn and better distribution of fragrance!
A new thing I started doing with my candles is when the candle is almost burned up with about 1/2 " remains I put in in the freezer for like 5 minutes or so then the frozen wax pops out easily from the glass jar.
After the frozen wax cools down to room temp I cut it up and melt it in the yankee candle electric tart warmer!
The other thing I do with the leftover 1/2" of wax is melt the jar in a candle warmer then pour the wax into a small glass votive to make a new candle! I did have to go to a craft store to buy the metal wick clips in a pack of 12. Also had to buy 50 yards of candle wick.