This is a lovely scent but not for me. Iris does nothing for me unless theres some vanilla to sweeten the scent. This smells bland and soapy on my skin. It reminds me of Eau Premiere which i prefer as it is more complex (as in has more character to it) but in a simple fresh way.
At first it was like violette on me and then it quickly turned to powder which I do not like. Then it turned Cheap smelling and shallow...Definitely no.
I am still in the "testing" phase for this ... I spritz every chance I get to make sure I like it before I buy it ... ya know, tough economic times make for fewer whimsical perfume purchasesI
I like this, or at least I am 97% sure that I do. The lasting power does not seem so great and I am really getting tired of expensive fragrances that do not last 15 min.! I mean, come on, Bath and Body Works have some nice stuff that lasts longer and smells just as nice as some of this pricier stuff does. So, maybe I won't buy this. I think I just talked myself out of it. I just needed to talk it out, ya'll! Thanks for listening.
I did want to say that this smells - to me - like a smokey version of "Insolence" ... which is not a bad thing - I love Insolence!
This smells exactly like Alyssa Ashley musk which is still available in the drug stores and maybe selected Walmart's.I would recomend buying the A.A. musk rather than shelling out big bucks for this.No one will know the difference...
I asked for this as a gift for my 18th birthday, something which I guess must have alarmed my mother; she came into my room asking if I knew that this was a scent for 'mature women.' First of all, my best friend had this and when I went to visit her in Florida this summer, I was using her bottle every day. So I told my mother it wasn't overly mature, and that was that. I'm so glad that she gave me this, because I really do think it's a beautiful scent. Yes, I'm young, and maybe I'm not in the target demographic or anything, but I think that Infusion d'Iris is truly a timeless scent. Sure, a load of teenage girls are drawn to things more along the lines of Curious and Pink Sugar, which I find pedestrian, dull, and cloying, but I think that any young woman looking for something that is soft, clean, comforting, and close-to-the-skin, this is a wonderful choice. It's not a sillage monster, and I'm glad it is not so. I don't want people standing three feet away from me to know what I smell like. Perfume is sensual; it should be something you can't smell unless you're hugging someone or getting very close to them, that's what makes it personal. This is a very light perfume, but the staying power is pretty decent (lasts 7-9 hours on me). The cedar is a tad masculine, but who cares? Unless you like ultra-feminine scents, I don't think its a problem. In fact, I think a little bit of masculinity in a scent is, strangely, kind of sexy. The cedar's lovely, the dry-down is green and at once soft and sharp. I think this is beautiful, I'm sure I'll be repurchasing time and time again.
This is probably the first fragrance that I bought for myself and love after months of wearing it. Usually I get sick of fragrances after a month or so, or I get headaches from them. This is a HG fragrance for me, and has definitely become a signature scent. I could see myself wearing this forever. LOVE!
Beautiful bottle, disappointing perfume. Wanted to like this but on me was boring and had no staying power.
First off, the perfume has almost no sillage so it feels very personal and then it is a very classy very sophisticated scent. Its like wearing this for yourself rather than to impress others around you. Feels exclusive but not in an in your face way
Love the bottle (classic and chic) - can't say the same about the perfume though. It smells like chemicals and plastic with a touch of powder to conceal 'their' fragrance...? It smells good after 40 minutes or so but by then there's barely any smell left and certainly no sillage.
Perfect iris scent....so comortable to wear....and classy...many scents give me a headache ...but this never has...agree with all reviewers below!