I wasn't sold on first sniff, but as the fragrance drys down on my skin it evolves into a pretty floral fresh spicy scent. It's not too overpowering, and not a heavy floral - I think it's well balanced with the peppery notes.
Lovely bottle encasing a generic flowerbomb/coco mad meh mess. Ditch the juice and wear the bottle instead.
Very generic scent along the lines of flowerbomb (weaker) and Coco Mlle. If these are your kind of scents then you will like this.
In the marketing campaign, this fragrance is described as "an incandescent fruity floral which is centred around a prism of energy." Righttttt. Someone please explain to me what a prism of energy adds to a fragrance?
As you can see from my rating, my first impression of Aura is very poor. Its notes include lychee, rose, tuberose, pink pepper, amber, benzoin and white musk...nothing groundbreaking or unexpected. In fact, it's nothing but a stuffy, sickening concoction similar to Coco Mademoiselle and Miss Dior Cherie, two fragrances I absolutely loathe. Swarovski should really just stick to crystal.