This is the perfect combo of floral, oriental and vanilla. Personally I happen to love old ladyish scents, and this one is so mature it doesn't disappoint. It's pricey, true... but the scent is amazing.
I just wanted to comment on the previous review, as I happen to own both of these fragrances...while they do smell similar (that kind of intense sweet heady fragrance) they are NOT the same scent. Magnetism is much sweeter and more girlie than Flowerbomb, which has a more musky scent - and is also quite strong. Just wanted to comment so that people can formulate their own opinions :) Also, Flowerbomb is more expensive and harder to find.
Note that I chose "No" to the question of whether or not I would purchase again; the reason being, I get bored! I never stick to just one fragrance :)
This is a straight copy of Escada Magnetism, no joke. I sprayed this at the mall and I was trying to figure out where had I smelled this fragrance before, and I realized its Escada Magnetism. Its way too obvious. I think the designers should have been a little more original than this. Two thumbs down!!!
A wonderful, warm, creamy fragrance. I avoided it for a long time because I thought it would smell...well... like a flower bomb but it is not a floral. It is more of a gourmand, sweet fragrance. Works best for cooler weather. Just lovely.
this scent is so comforting! it smells like pink, if the colour pink would have a smell. but I won't purchase this: too expensive!
I am a bigger fan of the FlowerBomb Extreme, but I have this one for my everyday use (I use the extreme for special days and when I want comfort).
The best way for me to describe this is a cross between Vera Wang's Princess and Chanel #5. Odd combo, but this is how it smells on me. I don't have the ability to point of the certain notes, but off the bat it smells powdery and sweet to me. The powder dries down a bit an hr or so into it thankfully, and the sweet (I smell violet I think in here too) stays with me. It is a beautiful smell, but you really have to be into sweet and spicy .
It lasts decently on me, though Extreme kicks it's a** in the lasting department.
*If you are already a fan of this, or like this one but something just doesn't click for u in it- GO TRY the Extreme version (in the black sparkly bottle). I know it's more expensive, but worth every penny. Make sure to try it on your skin and not just the bottle. (it doesn't have all the powdery smell and is so soft and creamy!) Happy shopping!
it's absolutely classy fragrant.my winter perfume
I just love this! I can't wear Coco Mademoiselle, it smells strange on me, but this one "oh, oui". And it lasts and lasts.
It's not a unique scent - I grant that - but this actually works for me, once the scent dries down. Some people compare this to Coco Mademoiselle; it is similar, but this is less intense (I got a headache from the Coco). When layered with the body creme, the underlying become less overpowering but more pronounced.
I'd suggest smelling this in the store and take a one-hour walk before deciding.
I fell in love with Juicy Couture from a magazine, but once I walked around with the scent, it annoyed me to no end. Flowerbomb is the reverse. At first spray it was not love at first sight but the lingering notes made it worthwhile.
The box sets with the creme and edp are great value sets, and many Costcos have the edp for half off the regular price.
I've been wanting this one for a while and have sampled it numerous times. Finally got a bottle for christmas and I couldn't be happier. This isn't one that I would wear everyday, its more of a night time/going out special occation fragrance for me. It is sweet, but it has a spicy zing to it that is hard to explain. I can smell the patchouli when first sprayed for about a half an hour, which I don't normally care for, but it doesn't bother me in this fragrance. This is strong, so its not one to overspray, and I don't think I would wear this in very warm weather. It lasts for hours and has great sillage. I would buy again, but I don't think I'll need to for a very long time. I knocked off a lippy for the outragous price tag.