Our Imaginary Authors Sundrunk samples and decants are rebottled by Scent Split from genuine fragrance bottles. Scent Split is a wholly independent entity not affiliated, connected, or associated with Imaginary Authors.
Original bottle not included with sample/decant purchase. Scent Split rebottles the genuine fragrance into smaller bottles.
"Woozy and warm from the sun, we shared an orange pop and watched the surfers' last lines of the day."
Blindingly bright, captivatingly crisp, Sundrunk explodes onto the palate with electric notes of citrus spiked with a vibrantly herbaceous sheen. It's the rich, dizzy, warm-to-your-fingertips feeling of an afternoon running with friends in the blinding brightness, sharing toasts to life and youth and creativity, and collapsing in a tired, satisfied heap as the afternoon crawls by. With a delicious, thirst-quenching combination of shimmering orange, smooth florals and tantalizingly tart rhubarb, one sniff is enough to soothe, energize, and delight, all at once. Sundrunk's extraordinary freshness may not last forever- but when you're under its spell, it sure feels like it will.
Neroli, rhubarb, honeysuckle, rose water, orange zest, first kiss
Pretty well rounded for a unisex I’m a guy this is passable for leaning masculine. smells like a summery zest🌞🍊
I really enjoy this one! It's full of citrus and a bit of edgy spiciness that really makes it pop. If I could bottle a smile and a hug, it would be this fragrance. This is a fun fragrance and definitely best for spring/summer. My skin is somewhat dry, so with an unscented moisturizer layered with this, it helps the performance. I can definitely pick up on the Neroli, which reminds me a lot of "Hermes Neroli" that I already have. With that being said, a 50ml bottle is retailing for $95.00. I will not be adding this to my collection only because I already have something that smells similar.
At first application I immediately noticed orange but also something slightly abrasive. Later application featured almost no orange but something sharp. This is very aggressive, but not bad and not long lasting at all.