on 11/9/2016 10:55:00 AM
More reviews by kkmkkm123
Ladylike and womanly, not girlish. It is sweet, yet classy. Romantic.I carry the rollerball around in my purse for the perfect touch to any day.
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on 11/6/2016 1:03:00 PM
More reviews by Katja1993
This is a quite safe scent. Perfect for office use or in contact with children, but it can also be a good option for any social occasion. It is very powdery, and the iris note is intense but, interestingly enough, it is also woody, which I very much appreciate. If you like iris, you could also try Love Chloe edp to compare.
3 of 3 people found this helpful.
on 7/4/2016 1:04:00 PM
More reviews by pixietrixie
WTH happened with this perfume?? Was it reformulated? I'm so upset, because this has been one of my faves since it launched, and yet it doesn't last at all anymore.Yesterday I picked up the Sephora sample box to test some new fragrances, because it comes with a certificate for a full size bottle of a perfume of my choosing. I immediately spritzed this on because I've always loved it so much even though I haven't tried some of the other perfumes. The scent disappeared within minutes, just like a weak body spray!! This is horrible. :( I even asked my husband to smell my wrist and neck, because I was in denial about it. He said, "That's the weakest perfume I've ever smelled. I feel sorry for any woman that buys it." This is a travesty! I hope this is just a fluke. I will update as soon as I find out for sure.
3 of 4 people found this helpful.
on 6/28/2016 7:11:00 PM
More reviews by jhenley
This scent hits the mark! It is a skin scent, milky and musky. The orange blossom is done right, not over powering, but there and beautiful. One of the best from the Prada Candy line in my opinion! Subtle, but powerful.
on 6/27/2016 3:57:00 PM
More reviews by xtrasweetwifeyx
better than the original candy! smells like flowerbomb edt on me but with a sweet caramel dry down scent! Love it!!!!
on 6/21/2016 1:37:00 PM
More reviews by SD24
I have no idea why the last reviewers didn't like this perfume.. the scent is strong and you can sense it on you for hours. when I first used it I got so many compliments. it does not irritate my skin or whatever. if you like fruity perfumes this one's for you.
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on 6/9/2016 3:51:00 AM
More reviews by luckylouie
You may wonder why I have gone to the trouble of putting 2016 in brackets next to the name. Prada has released two fragrances with the name Candy Kiss - one released in 2015 in a short rounded bottle with a black spray top, and one released in February 2016 in a tall cylindrical bottle with a white spray top. This is the one I am reviewing.Prada Candy Kiss in the tall cylindrical bottle is a very simplistic fragrance in composition. I have reproduced the press release blurb below.Prada Candy Kiss, the new fragrance, channels the addictive nature of the Candy composition and enhances its characteristic scent of musk. Inspired by obsession and repetition, Prada Candy Kiss is designed to re-activate emotions and impressions. It evolved from the idea of creating a loop of sensations out of a single signature note wrapped around the body.Musk in its signature purity is omnipresent in the composition; from the upper notes to the base. It evokes delicate white cotton in a sensual fragrant cloud, enriched with uplifting notes of vanilla and orange blossom.On me it smells like marshmallow mixed with white musk. I don't get much of the orange blossom at all, which is a shame because I love orange blossom in fragrances. In many ways it's absolutely lovely but it's not interesting enough to justify the price. In Australia, you're looking at around $80-90 for 30mls.I have skin that eats some perfumes so even though this is sold as an eau de parfum, it's not strong enough for me. I want to be enveloped in a light cloud of fragrance, rather than have to sniff my wrists.Longevity: 4-5 hoursSillage: Soft (a bit of a wrist sniffer on me)I'm not sure who I would suggest this for. It's nothing like the original Prada Candy. It's out of the price range of most teenage girls. I guess it's a grown up gourmand suitable for people who like vanilla musk body sprays and want to spend more money than they need to.Save your money and look around for a good vanilla based body spray instead. If you live in Australia, may I suggest Vanilla Addict by Evodia instead (normally 20 bucks for 100mls).
on 6/4/2016 7:08:00 PM
More reviews by ddha
Overall, it's a pretty scent and fits the sweet category for me. The notes are Caramel, Musk, Vanilla, and Benzoin. I see this as the older sister of Pink Sugar or similar scents (which I also like). Though, I wouldn't say it's overly special or unique.Alot mention that this scent doesn't last well. The downside of this is that some tend to really bathe in it. I've noticed this walking by or sitting next to some and it can be nauseating - like anything that's applied to heavily.
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on 5/14/2016 3:04:00 PM
More reviews by MacPeetster
Sorry, smells like my granny. As much as I love her, I don't want to smell like her. Seriously, ughh..
on 4/15/2016 10:23:00 PM
More reviews by ultrasensitive888
I'm in love with Prada Infusion D'Iris Eau De Parfum. It is bright, airy, clean and undefined unlike Chanel N19 Poudre and other perfumes. When I need a mood uplift and to feel confident, I know I can count on this perfume. It's simply euphoric . . . one spray and it feels like sunshine with singing birds around me. It's fresh, but soft and not in sharp citrus windex way. On me, it does dry down to an exhilarating sweetness that invokes a feeling of happiness. I am ultra-sensitive especially to alcohol and need to spray my perfume on my clothes . . . usually near the side bottom of my pants and let the perfume rise which works for me. Best of all, no headache. Love.
5 of 5 people found this helpful.
on 3/10/2016 11:12:00 AM
More reviews by Lillixiii
It saddens me the reviews are so mediocre for this. I agree I don't understand why this is part of the prada candy line. Nothing about this resembles candy gourmand. This is a white floral/ soapy/ peony fragrance. I bought this for the spring/summer and to me this is similar to EJ nirvana white. It's peony/musk/clean. But NW to me is scratchy, sharp, a peony overload and sort of hard to take. Candy florale is softer, muskier. The benzoin is a nice touch-- adding a soap quality when combined w the floral notes. I love this. It's not groundbreaking, but for those who love a clean white floral for hot weather (I absolutely do), this is so nice. Not overly sweet, not sharp or acrid-- perfectly balanced. And the bottle is so pretty!
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on 2/24/2016 11:41:00 PM
More reviews by xSaLYU
I blind bought this item. It seemed like something I would enjoy especially the caramel/vanilla combination. However, now that I have received the scent I am not too sure I like it. I do....but I don't. First off, when you spray it, it definitely smells of alcohol which disappointed me for something so expensive. However, once it dries down, the scent comes through. I can sense a lot more vanilla than caramel and it has a distinct musk/baby powder smell. It actually reminds me of Love's Baby Soft. I also thought to myself that it smells like a men's cologne to me, but a tad softer. Also, as a lot of other people are mentioning, it is a very soft fragrance. I spray this like a body mist and it still is very light. It stays all day, but I spray it liberally.It's not TOO bad and I will wear it more to see if I get used to it, but I won't buy again.edit:// I am actually coming into this scent and quite like it now. The more I wear the scent, the more it does start to smell caramel/vanilla like. I still spray it like a body spray since it is a very light smell but it lasts all day one me. Luckily, this ended up not being a bad buy.
5 of 6 people found this helpful.
on 2/14/2016 2:46:00 PM
More reviews by KathleenS
I am not an expert at all in understanding or describing scents so this is not going to be a really informed review. I am kind of a minimalist and unlike many people who really enjoy their fragrance and want it to be noticed, I just like a little bit of a bit of scent. I guess I like it to be more personal, if that makes sense. I like to wear a perfume that makes me feel good and lingers only a little. So, for me a winning fragrance is subtle and warm and interesting. I find this is exactly what I like about Prada Candy. I do understand the negatives because if you want something that makes a statement this probably isn't your pick. But this one makes me happy and I wear it every day. I have it in a rollerball and bottle and will buy it again when it is gone.
8 of 8 people found this helpful.
on 2/5/2016 10:53:00 PM
More reviews by vgbluefire
I had obtained two sample vials of this scent with a couple of purchases, and after some time, decided to make use of them. The first vial I used, I loved this scent. It started off sharp and sweet, and dwindled down to soft, musky, and sweet like chocolate! However, when I started using the second vial, I could barely smell anything. To make matters worse, what I could smell I did not like. Very sickly sweet. Almost plastic like. I thought it was just me, or that I had received a bad sample. However, upon reading other poor reviews at Sephora.com, I realized it was not just me. What the heck, Prada? Why the inconsistent, half-baked, poor formula? Or maybe the first vial I used was of an older version/formula.
on 2/3/2016 4:12:00 PM
More reviews by ahmosenefertaei
It is such a classy scent. Floral, cozy, powdery in a soapy way, not like a Flower by Kenzo, but like paper and clean clothes. Musk not too bitter. The older formula, before 2015, made me sneeze like crazy. The new one, even though less complex, does not cause me allergies. Love this one for summer and spring, but prefere the pour homme version for winter or the new cedre version
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