DISCLAIMER: I received samples of Kat Von D Saint and Sinner fragrances from Influenster for testing purposes.
If you’ve followed my blog for a while, you’ll know that I adore Kat Von D products. I own multiple products from her collection, including the Tattoo Liner, Lock-It Foundation, and Everlasting Liquid Lipstick. When Influenster reached out to me to test Kat’s new Saint & Sinner perfume I gladly accepted.
Both perfumes are uniquely packaged. The outer boxes containing the perfume contain a swirling, gothic design with the Kat Von D logo written on the front. The Saint perfume comes in a white box, with the word Saint written in gothic, white script. The Sinner perfume comes in a black box with the word Sinner written in the same script. This design is edgy, yet chic.
Each perfume bottle is elegant and classic. The bottle tops are rounded and ribbed. Both bottles carry the same colour palette as the outer packaging.
I will breakdown both scents separately for the purposes of this review:
This scent is my favourite of the two. It is floral with hints of musk. The scent profile contains jasmine with hints of vanilla, sandalwood and caramel. Saint smells caramel-sweet when first applied to the skin, then dries down to a soft, bright vanilla.
Sinner is noticeably muskier than it’s sister scent. The scent profile is reminiscent of pungent spice. Key fragrance notes in this perfume include wood and cinnamon. Sinner smells lemony with hints of spice when first applied to the skin. It dries down to a musky-cinnamon.
How I Use It
Because each bottle is sample-sized, it does not contain a sprayer component. I gently pour the fragrance onto my neck, behind my ears, and onto each wrist. Each scent lasts for 3-4 hours after initial application.
Each scent retails from Sephora or KatVonDBeauty.com The full-sized bottle (3.4 oz/100mL) retails for $115, while the smaller bottle (1.7 oz/50mL) costs $88. This perfume is also available in a roller-ball format for $30.