Wow, this stuff knocks my socks off! It really is a niche fragrance though as it is very very different than anything I can relate to or have ever experienced! That being said it is enough reason for me to adore as I enjoy trying out new fragrances even if it annoys everyone around me! ;) This is another one of those fragrances that I really probably should bite the bullet & buy myself rather than depending on samples from everyone! Darn, it sure is expensive! continued >>
This perfume is very sickly and migraine-inducing to me. It smells very sweet upon first spray (like a field of violets) but soon turns into a musky, decaying, dirty smell. A little really does go a long way, which is good seeing how expensive a bottle is. Not my sort of fragrance.
The bottle is very cute but this perfume STINKS in my opinion. It does not at all smell like what the name implies. The scent is more of a musky mess which reminds me of bad drug store fragrances. I seriously don't see what the hype is all about with Flowerbomb. I've tried wearing it very lightly and it still annoyed everyone around me. Yuck!
This perfume is diving, and smells even better as the day wears on. Not a fan of the price though!
Divine!!! This is how angels in heaven smell, I get tons of compliments, my favorite frangrance ever!!
I LOVE FLOWERBOMB! Its simply to die for! Ultra chic and sweet and very glamourous! So happy when I wear this little gem.
Ok so i love this fragrance i purchased it Duty free after a great holiday and it reminds me of that time. I thought it was more of a night time perfume but lately had gone off my others so i was using it day and night. I hadnt had any comments until today ( i was starting to think no one liked it or could smell it on me) but this lady at the supermarket walked past and looked back saying " you smell divine!!" wow that was lovely to hear. I will be wearing this one more. Just hope it starts turning a few mens heads ; )
The name "Flowerbomb" is a bit misleading. If I had to describe this fragrance in five words, I'd say it smells like "orange cotton candy and incense". The floral notes are blended in such a way that none of them are really distinguishable and the concoction ends up smelling like an oriental gourmand instead of floral. The incense quality is, of course, due to the soft, woody patchouli, which is the only note actually present in the fragrance that I can clearly identify. As it dries down, it becomes a slightly powdery, more mature, earthy floral. Overall, this is a very pretty fragrance, but I'm not sure if it's remarkable enough to be worth the price.
I am DISGUSTED to read that Voctor & Rolf (L'oreal) DOES test on animals! :( :( :( We should all write in and ask them to change this policy!!! They do not need to do this - lots of companies have stopped this cruel practice!!
Also, the tea note in this "perfume" smells like B.O. on me! I threw out this expensive bottle of B.O. stinking junk that made innocent animals trapped mercilessly in cages suffer ASAP!!! I couldn't even look at the bottle anymore it reminded me of an animal torture device - like a grenade of chemicals that was deliberately thrown into a poor rabbit's eyes!! I could cry thinking about the pain they must have endured for this stupid perfume!!!
Please don't support this type of evil cruelty!
http://www.peta.org/living/beauty-and-personal-care/companies/search.aspx?Testing=1&Range=8 continued >>
Love it....sweet but not powering, never thought i'd be into floral perfume, but this one sold me. Staying power is great as well, a bit on the expensive side, but since it's a EDP, i use one or 2 spritz at a time. So it should last me a while.