Blue Grass was available in the following:
- Flower Mist
- Bath Oil
- Bath Oil Crystals
- Dusting Powder
- Bath Soap
- Bath Petals
- Bath Salts
- Pony Guest Soaps
- Sachet Powder
- Fluffy Milk Bath
- Hair Spray
- Body Lotion
- Skin Tonic
- Moisture Bath (body lotion)
- Cameo Face Powder scented with Blue Grass
- Nail Lacquer scented with Blue Grass
Flower Mist was an after bath friction cologne with cooling properties. Meant to be splashed on liberally over the entire body, it had a lighter scent of Blue Grass.
So what does it smell like? It is classified as a green floral fragrance for women. It starts with a dry, fresh aldehydic top, followed by a precious floral heart, resting on a soft, powdery base.
- Top notes: aldehydes, bergamot, neroli, lavender, lily, geranium, orange, orange blossom
- Middle notes: clove, laurel (bay leaf), tuberose, jasmine, narcissus, carnation, rose, spices
- Base notes: vetiver, oakmoss, Virginia cedar, benzoin, sandalwood, Tonquin musk, tonka bean
Blue Horse Cap Flacon:The first bottle is what I dub the standard Blue Grass "blue horse cap" flacon. This square shaped bottle has an inner glass stopper and is has a blue glass overcap molded with horses.
Standard Arden Cube Flacon:
The clear glass cube flacon was one of the earliest used by Arden and held many of her perfumes in addition to Blue Grass. It has a matching glass cube stopper and black serigraphy across the bottle.
Dumb Bell Bottle:
The New Yorker - Volume 16, 1940:
"People collect Elizabeth Arden's small bottles of Blue Grass scent with the blown-glass figure of a horse inside ($2.95)"
"Merry Christmas Stocking filled with Blue Grass Perfume (one dram), 1.75"