Viktor & Rolf • Flower Bomb Bath Oil • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||83%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
Really like the perfume. It's similar (to me) to Coco Mademoiselle and Miss Cherie; it has that sexy, musky, dark floral, come hither-type fragrance. Not in my opinion for young girls...this fragrance is rich and exotic. It's quite popular; 3 of my gf's just purchased a bottle. So don't expect to feel unique when wearing it.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
What a shame; this is a wonderful (albeit ridiculously expensive for bath oil) product, thoughtlessly packaged.
First the good: It's the irresistable Flowerbomb fragrance in a lovely bath oil that disperses beautifully in the bath. Just a few drops turns the bath water into a delectable pool of fragrant delight...BUT...
...the bad: It's impossible to get just a few drops of the oil out of this clumsy, ill-conceived bottle. The big, bulky glass bottle is hard to grasp and when you try to pour out a few drops, the oil dribbles down the side. I will probably end up pouring it into a plastic squirt bottle, which is a shame because the bottle is actually very pretty. Impractical but pretty.
All I can say is what a pity because the contents are divine.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
Love this smell. Not over powering. Very lovely perfume.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Oily, Fair, Warm Hair: Red, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I finally got the whole big box at the Nordstrom Sale - Perfume, Hair Spritzer, Body Lotion, then some more of that in a pink and black satiny grab bag. So fancy! The extra goodies thrown in from a very nice salesguy. So after I bought it I went upstairs to look at clothes and the salesgal asked me what perfume I am wearing. The packaging is pink and black, sort of 50's poodle like, and it smells like pink and black. A lot of sugar from flowers for the pink and a spice of sandalwood, I think, for the black. Not too much sugar, and a little spice. An excellent way to fight terrorism, with a flowerbomb. Those are my political thoughts for the day.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
UNFORTUNATELY, i do not own this perfume. i just put Yes for the "buying this product again" section. =) this scent is so amazing. it's just super expensive. i bought it for a friend as a gift. went to nordstrom's to grab it, and found out that it was just soooooo awesome. has a light, floral scent that is really unique. the sales lady was telling me how it's a really popular fragrance. i never buy it since it's so expensive and i already have alot of designer perfumes. so if i'm at the fragrance counter by any chance, i spray it all over me sometimes b/c i love it so much!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I got tired of my bottle of Flower Bomb (EDP) and gave it away, and then I discovered the Bath Oil. It's gorgeous! It's meant to be used in the bath, but I think it's a waste of product. Instead, I use it after I step out of the shower, or as a quick way to moisturize and scent myself. It has no shimmer, (which is a plus!) and leaves my skin delicately scented. It hasn't stained any of my clothes - it dries quickly.
The best part is the price - $90 for 10.6 ounces! And the bottle is a heavy weight cut glass, with the pretty FB motif on the front. Because I need so little, it'll probably be a year before I need to replenish.