I really disliked this scent. I thought it smelled like a bad odor that wouldn't go away. I received this as a gift set with the spray, body lotion, sanitizer, etc. and had to give it away. The smell was sweet but extremely over bearing. It almost smelled like cough medicine. Will not purchase again.
I had the EDT of this because I was initially intrigued by the oddly complementary blend of gourmand ("fathomless cotton candy") and smokiness. However, like every scent that has even a hint of sweetness in the bottle, it quickly became overwhelmingly, cloyingly sweet on my skin. Still love it on other people, though.
I've smelled a tester of Twilight Woods EDT in a BBW quarter. It was very nice and reminded me an old scent which I used previously and loved so much. Yes, It was a very very close dupe of Cacharel Lou Lou EDP of 80s. TW is much more wearable, a little bit creamy and soft. I can wear it even in summer days but would be more suitable for cold/colder days. I plan to buy it.
This smells so good! It literally smells like your walking through the woods at twilight! I would recommend this to everyone and if your not sure try it at the store!!
I have both the body mist and the EDT, as well as the body lotion as presents, and there is quite a difference on them. The mist is nice, but it gets a little too sweet after a while. The EDT, however, has more to it that makes it soft, cuddly and feminine. The mist has only a monotonous scent, but if you want to fully appreciate this scent, I suggest to go for the EDT instead. Out of all BBW fragrances, this is my second favourite next to Cashmere Glow.
This is my favourite body spray!!!!! I don't use any perfume anymore since I have found this. It smells amazing! I find that one or 2 quick sprays is enough and it last well! It's awesome because I have a big bottle and so it has lasted forever! I live this line!
One of my favorite scent! Something that smells good for the evening. It has a subtle fragrance of wood. Kind of hard to describe, but I hope they keep making this as a body spray.
Theres nothing unique about this perfume. I think its a little too sweet
[BATH & BODY WORKS SERIES #3] Common problem: you like a scent, but it doesn’t like you back. It would thrill me to no end if I had the DNA to pull this off, because it’s rich and deep and sultry, ie. a nice change-up from the softer, cleaner scents I favour. But I layered it on in the store, using the testers, and…ewwwww. Straight away my skin was giving attitude, rotting the fruit, then pushing everything but that and the raw, medicinal musk into the background. I gave it about four hours to pull itself together, then broke down and took a shower. What annoys me more than anything is the wasted potential: some people turn Twilight Woods into an olfactory work of art. If your courage and chemistry are compatible with intense, spicy gourmands like Thierry Mugler’s Angel--which, to me, smells like somebody with dirty armpits smoked a blunt and knocked over a candy store, but there you go--this could be up your street. If you’re more of a Pure DKNY chick, as I am, you might want to proceed with caution. continued >>
I can't deal with the combination of sugary and musky. Those two together just do not work with my body chemistry.