Los Angeles based jeweler Sage Machado has launched Diamond, the latest in her series of gemstone-inspired fragrances.
Using raw diamonds as the inspiration behind this long-awaited fragrance, Sage was attracted to every other shade of diamond. Not overly sparkling, not demanding immediate attention, not perceiving wealth, but rather the understated diamond, slightly warmer, more unique and much more intimate. In the development and discovery of Diamond, Sage set out to represent all of these qualities and capture the unique and subtle essence of the raw diamond, the much more mysterious and not so well conquered relative of the brilliant diamond we all know.
The scent, shimmering and clear, acts as its namesake to conduct both light and heat, and reflect the wearer's true beauty. With the sheerest base notes blending together to create a fragrance that's both soft and warm, the wearer experiences the subtle hint of Indian sandalwood, white crisp amber, clean oceanic musk and a touch of rain dew on the skin at morning – letting the light in.
Sage Machado Diamond is $45 for 1/8 oz perfume oil roll-on.
(via press release)
It lost me at oceanic musk and rain dew, sorry Sage. Lol, one of my first crushes had that last name. Ricky Machado was his name, but 8th graders didn’t talk to 7th graders I guess..snob. Oh well Ricky, I am married to a great guy now, so there. LOL!
This brand was VERY popular on MakeupAlley some years ago, but don’t hear about it much lately. I used to have a bottle of Sage Pearl (and maybe still do).
I love the box it comes in.
Yes, they always did those great paper tubes. Wish they’d make the bottles as nice!
This, the bottle is plain, esp compared to the boxes.
I’ve worn Onyx and Topaz for several years now, both variations on vanilla. LOVE the paper packaging, the actual rollerballs are boring. BUT I have the teeny tiny BOTTLE of Onyx. It is adorable; round sides, flat top, little stopper with a black enameled dot in the center. Also in a beautiful paper container, but the bottle is darling.
Ah, forgot about those!