My sister bought me a travel bottle as a gift: another scent that goes on very heavy, but when it dies down leaves the most delicious vanilla on your skin. Very long lasting and perfect for when you're feeling sultry.
The only reason I give it 2 lipsticks is because of how little I actually use it: I usually save it for dates!
My bf bought me this for Christmas - smells so yummy! Goes on heavy, then fades to vanilla-ish on my skin. Long lasting...still on my jacket sleeve several days later! Sexy and Warm!
I would never have considered myself an "oriental" perfume person, and normally the sweet ones make me sick..but there is something about this perfume that is sooo enticing and alluring and I find myself reaching for this more often than my others.
Its really interesting sweet perfume in such a beautiful bottle. However, the scent is too sweet for me, almost like a catton candy. I would not like to wear it every day as its making me sick. One of my friends aver 35 used to wear this but I think this fragrance is for younger people.
The smell is very overpowering and is too berry-flowery. It really is a flowerbomb- the scent explodes and the effects are very dizzifying. Don't smell this if you are very hungry. It's a bad idea. Plus, it looks like a tropical hand grenade. What a "lovely" package idea for a perfume.
Head-achey to the point of having to lie down in a shade-drawn room for two hours. To the point my eyes were actually affected. To the point where I had to get into the tub and scrub this offensive odor off my body. Not for me. Hopefully not for anyone who comes within ten feet of me either or I will be back in bed with another headache.
After several sample tries of this and not wanting to shell out the money on myself for this lovely fragrance I was with my mom one day last month and she asked what else she could get me for Christmas... well, mom there is this fragrance. I am now the happy owner of this lovely scent. On me it dries down to lovely cream with slight vanilla and soft florals. Absolutely beautiful. Was wearing it on a trip to Whole Foods and was buying quite a few items and the guy (nice looking 40-ish) behind me only had one thing so I told him to jump ahead and he said 'that's ok, you smell really good, I'll stay here". Made my day especially since I was in yoga pants and a hoodie!
Well after loving sweet perfumes (angel, prada candy, hot coutre, boss orange) and using them for years, I decided to branch out a bit after shopping around today.
I'd heard some amazing things about this perfume but the "floral" connotations really put me off. Sugary scents just work lots better on me but this..... wow. I tried it in House of Fraser and thought it was nice but not amazing. Wandered about Debenhams, Selfridges, John Lewis etc trying out various other fragrances then 2 hours later I had a sniff of my wrist and voila! Got a whiff of this and it was just lovely
I still wasn't sure as it is a bit different to my usual scents but couldn't stop sniffing so went and bought it. It mellows down into a lovely soft sweet creamy smell. The tea scent is really prominent on me and it's great. There's a hint of the sweet sugaryness I love in other perfumes but it's just a bit more grown up. It reminds me of the summer edition of Angel that was released a few years ago.
I will re-purchase, I just wish it wasn't quite soooo expensive.
I got this for Christmas and I am returning it. I wanted it because of how great it smelled in the ads in magazines. My husband almost never likes florals but he loved how the ad smelled too. So he got it for me as a gift and after I had sprayed it on, we realized it smells nothing like the ad. It reeked to high heaven, so much so that I had to scrub it off. Gag. I learned my lesson - always get a sample to see how it reacts with your specific body chemistry. I am planning to exchange it for Viva la Juicy so we'll see how that goes....
aweful. smells like old ladies. had a sample and would never purchase. not worth the money.