Vintage Pikake Blossom Premium Shampoo--Last Chance
The Fragrance: Pikake is complex, sweet, strong and floral.
The Story: Princess Kaiulani loved Pikake so much that the Hawaiian name for the flower came from the princess’ favorite bird, the peacock. Pikake makes highly coveted leis and is also commonly used in wedding bouquets. The bright fragrance of Pikake, also known as tuberose, is one of Hawaii’s signature scents.