Unlisted Brand • The Pink Room UK Pour Toi • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I love this because I love sweet fruity gourmands, this smells like sweet lemonade, and it reminds me alot of Cale Dolce Riso. I bought the FB of this (and Dolce Riso too). I can never have enough perfume!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Ahh! This scent is blissful! It starts out with a berry and light citrus, and reminds me slightly of good shampoos I've used. Then a subtle vanilla and musk appear and the scent gets better and better! This is definitely FBW.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Olive, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
This is a very sexy, womanly Oriental. I am always searcching for the new perfume that is both modern and sophisticated enough to please my classic-loving nose.
Pink Room Pour Toi fills the bill. It also deserves props for being incredibly sexy and elegant enough to wear in proper company; only a handful of scents can claim this: Knowing, Jil Sander 4..
This scent has a bit of a loud opening, but the drydown is absolutely magnificent, and the sillage is the sort I suspect men notice and adore, womanly, tasteful, and sensual.
Better than original Pink Room.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Other Eyes: Hazel
I have the original pink room and like it so I thought I might give this a go. What's funny is I asked for a sample from Lucky scent and didn't realize I got it- I thought they just gave me a sample of Pink room. So I throw this in my purse....a week later, I accidently leave the house without perfume and so as I'm driving, I apply this quickly at a stop light. About 2 seconds later, I was terribly confused. This is not Pink Room original, even from the start.
Pour toi is very fruity- the notes say blackberries and I'll buy that but I could have sworn I got a whiff of peach, too. I was afraid it would smell like pledge because some lemon turns to furniture polish on me but the lemon remained well behaved. By dry down, it takes on the more foody/cakey with some depth from the sandlewood but the berries hold on for longer than many top notes. I can see this being too sweet for some people but I like it. I need to wear it a few more times to get a handle on lasting power.
With the vanilla, musk and light lily of the valley notes, it reminds me of a far superior, less candied version of Philosphy's falling in love. To be sure, this is more complex, more grown-up- I like this where as Falling in love seems pretty linear. I wouldn't commit to a full bottle since I don't really like fruity that much but I crave more decants. And I can see men being all over this.