Fresh & Floral With Leila Lou Eau de Parfum Spray!

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Actress Jemma Mays, otherwise known as guidance counselor Emma Pillsbury from Fox channels mega-hit Glee allows US magazine inside her purse to share her beauty must haves. Sunglasses, hair binders, Blackberry and Leila Lou Eau de Parfum Spray made the cut! 

The newest addition to the Leila Lou by Rosie Jane family brought on by popular demand now comes in a long lasting perfume spray that captures the spirit of summer. Fresh cut grass, Pear Blossom and Tangerine aromas are ideal for those who love a soft and lightly floral scent. 

 

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