After melting quite a bit of Sassy Girl Aroma recently and being quite pleased with them, I decided it was time for me to place my first order. I was bee-bopping around a general wax Facebook group and saw that Sassy Girl was restocked and open so I headed over to the site and tried placing an order. It was difficult going with lots of errors and slow loading but eventually I had a few items that I wanted and I checked out. After checking out I got another error so I decided I better head over to the Sassy Girl Aroma Facebook group to see if there was any news. Boy howdy was there. I read it was Julie's first opening on a brand new website (which explained the errors) and I read that lots of waxies were extremely upset and calling for refunds for all those who ordered. Apparently it was announced that everyone was to stay off the new website. At this point I was assuming my order either did not go through or that if it did I was going to be refunded for not following directions that I was not even aware of at the time. Thankfully, Julie decided to go ahead and honor the orders placed, and thus my very first Sassy Girl Aroma arrived shortly after.
I am happy she was thoughtful of those who don't always read Facebook vendor group pages. If I had been refunded I would have been mighty disappointed for a first time ordering experience, and it may have colored my whole perception of SGA. Thankfully that did not happen and I have some great wax to showcase today.
I bought two bakery bags and a large chunk pie and was gifted a free sample. This was all packaged securely.
Butter Brickle Caramel Ice Cream Scoop Bread had to come home with me. I have been craving ICSB and butter brickle lately. The bakery bags hold about 9 ounces of wax and cost $9.95. This smells mostly creamy and thick like vanilla butter fudge and the butter brickle does not have a harsh bite, it smells more like creamy butterscotch. The throw was about a medium in my kitchen and living area.
Watermelon Blonde Moment Cotton Candy for the upcoming days of spring and summer. The fizzy raspberry bubbles compliment the watermelon while the cotton candy sweeten and smooth out some of the effervescence. A light-hearted and energetic scent.
The large pie is scented in Pink Sugar Hello Lover Coconut Cream Pie and sounded like pure heaven. I believe Hello Lover has lemon, sugar cane and shortbread in it. The large pie weighed one pound and 12 ounces and cost $30.95. Lemon coconut cookies is mostly was I get from this and that is just fine by me. The throw was a solid medium-strong in my kitchen and living area.
My free sample in Scratch Cake smells delish. Like almond pastry with a teeny touch of spice.
I hope the new website works out for Julie and I am glad I got a chance to place my first order. I heard a similar thing happened with Kirby at Vintage Chic Scents. I do wish people would be a bit more understanding of these women trying to do business and testing out new platforms. They can test on their own all they want but when the rubber meets the road and hundreds of people are vying for wax, kinks will arise. I am happy with my Sassy Girl Aroma order and plan on ordering again in the future. Do you have any Sassy Girl favorites?