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Rollerball Perfume: Why you’re missing out!

It’s true. Rollerball fragrances kind of bring you back to the ambiguous day so middle school, and no one wants to go back there. However, there are reasons why designers and fragrance manufacturers continue to offer perfumes in the rollerball.

1. The first and most obvious reason is that rollerball perfumes are travel friendly. Not only are they compliant with the 3.4 oz fluid restriction flying, but you also do have to worry about a bottle leaking or breaking during your travel.

2. Rollerball perfumes are generally less expensive than the full size versions of you favorite designer fragrances. Therefore, you can afford a larger collection because it’s cheaper!

3. You don’t have to worry about bad aim when spraying on your favorite perfume. The rollerball makes it easy to apply your fragrance to a specific targeted area, and you don’t have to worry about your eyes watering after you’ve just finished your makeup.

Honestly, next time you’re at your favorite beauty store or department store, check out the selection of rollerball fragrances that are available. Chances are some of your favorites can be purchased in this perfect travel size form. You can thank us later!

Pictured about is the Viktor & Rolf ‘Flowerbom’ rollerball trio available for $75.

Photo courtesy of Nordstrom


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