Versace • Versus Versace • Fragrances
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Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I got mini set of Versace perfumes and wasent impressed by any of them?, they are just generic and plain boring to me
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I saw this on the dresser of Terese Giudice in a RHW episode and fell in love with the pretty purple bottle. When I tried it, the scent sort of grew on me and I have always been a fan of Versace perfumes in general. Not sure what the notes are exactly, but seems to be a multi-layered concoction of orange, and I get a little pepper as well. Whatever it is, it makes for a wow! perfume. Love the bottle too.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I am not a huge fan of versace perfumes but I really like it! It smells fresh and pleasant. I can't say it's my HG perfume but what I like most so far. I would search for more perfumes and try to update here.
I would recommend this for those who like fresh and not overpowering scents. It's not so pricy thus pretty worth a try. It may be hard to become a HG perfume(it's nothing special, just fresh) but I just can't imagine anyone would hate it.
And yes, I would definitely repurchase it.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Other
well i got this as a gift from my sister at first i ws not impressed and thought y is it even considered a best seller but i ws wrong after sometime it grew on me i find the fragrance very beautiful and lovely n definitely must have for some one who needs something fresh without being too lemony or minty kind of fresh. i find it just the right kind and i luv it.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I got a sample of this from Sephora and to me it smells fresh, and cologne-like as one of the previous reviewers mentioned. I don't really pick up the fruity notes that others have mentioned. Perhaps its my skin chemistry, but this smells very bland to me. I intend to use the sample till finished as I like the freshness and I think this would be inoffensive to others around me who might be sensitive to perfume. Definitely something that I will be purchasing.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Blue
Beautiful, sweet but not overly sweet, fruity scent. More unique than regular, cheap, fruity perfumes. It might be the purple package but I swear I can smell grapes in there somewhere :)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Brown Eyes: Black
i dont care wut others talk abt it.. i just love it.. it make me feel sexy n confident..!..
credit to italian designer..!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Kinky, Medium Eyes: Blue
I have resolved to take up reviewing fragrances that I either donít like or am indifferent to, because I think these reviews can be more useful than the raves. I quite like the look of Versaceís recent fragrance bottles, because they are so staunchly bland in shape. In the case of the Versus bottle this is compensated for through dip-dyed indigo. I like the colour, and the box design is great.
I believe, as told by Now Smell This, that this fragrance was made by Nathalie Lorson. She has made a couple of scents I really adore Ė D&G Sicily and Perles de Lalique. In addition to these, I quite like her Boucheron Jaipur Saphir and Chopard Wish.
Versus begins with a blast of greens, bringing to my mind Diorís Miss Dior Cherie Líeau, which is a favourite of mine. Itís the kumquat that makes me think of this scent Ė itís very juicy, momentarily. It quickly becomes peppery and dusty with ambrette and musk; dry. Itís not too sweet and is a touch sour.
Itís quite a lot like Pradaís Infusion díiris, without the iris. Unfortunately I find all the scents it reminds me of to be superior, at least to my tastes. Itís fairly refined, moderate and ageless, and on the right person would probably work very well. A fresh, summery cologne-style scent, with a dusty, powdery base.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
This perfume smelled lovely on me, despite the fact that I generally shy away from anything remotely fruity. However, when I smelled both of my wrists to compare it to another scent less that fifteen minutes later, it was gone! I even checked with other people to see that it wasn't just my less than perfect nose, but nobody could even tell I had anything on. Such a shame, because the top was truly lovely. Light and girlish, but not immature.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Dark Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is quite different from anything I have. I just want to contunue sniffing my wrists after applying this. I only just got it...so Im not quite sure about it yet. Ill be back to edit.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Kumquat, Sweet Star Apple, Lemon, Orange Flower, Stephanotis, Rose Centifolia, Patchouli, Musk, Ambrette Seeds.
Rose is Centifolia which has a crisp & fruity scent. If this perfume was a leather accessory, I'd say it will be a pastel color patent ( shiny) leather with shiny metal hardware zipper detail. Feminine with confidence and daring but not too heady or overpowering. It's a bright, sophisticated and confident femininity with twist of naughtiness but, not languid , bohemian or cerebral sort. Some days, I just feel like being this woman,
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I cannot say I was impressed. This Versace perfume reminded me so much of a water down version of Gucci Rush- distinct but synthetic. I find a lot of high end Italian designer perfumes, have a tendency to create pseudo fruity fragrances that fall flat because the ingredients do not smell genuine- they smell forced- a poor copy of natures splendorous natural perfumes.
The scent notes are: top notes of kumquat, star apple and lemon; a heart is composed of orange blossom, stephanotis and Centifolia rose, while a base finishes with musk, patchouli and ambrette seed.
At first spritz, it smelt like a cool water lilly with a gentle musky undertone- I was impressed thinking I found a good spring/summer perfume. However it quickly altered and smelt like a bouquet dipped in sugar and manufactured sweetness and an rubbing alcohol undertone. I was disappointed- that it also lacked complexity and staying power. On my skin it disappeared after 6 hours. Perhaps my skin chemistry doe snot agree with either Versace or Gucci- however I hope they will eventually match the price to the ingredients so that more people can carry off their fragrances.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
OK after the first reviewer I must say its going to take some convincing to make good of this fragrance.I will start off by saying Versace is a very well known person and all the things he comes up with are distinctive and elegant as well as sophisticated, so alone comes this fragrance sneaking in alone with the rest of them yes its very unique a class all on its own, I don't know about the bug stray thing the other reviewer mentioned, perhaps its the pungent smell of bug spray that confused with this fragrance that has an aroma that stings at first but lingers on to a soft note, but to me its so refreshing and elegant, I would say its like a Rose so sweet and fresh at first then turns into a faded pungent smell when it has dried up.I would say that instead of the bug spray. I'm just saying that perhaps that is what the other reviewer wanted to say about the smell and also it probably didn't mix well with her chemistry.On to how I feel about it.I like it very much, it reminds me of a flower with style, it really is a hard to duplicate scent that is fresh and feminine yet bold and energetic, very nice!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Other
Strange little scent - truly fruity, not artificial fruity but ripe and fruity.
Picture this: A table in front of a window and the sun is shining in.
As you pass the table you catch the whiff of ripe fruits from a bowl (plums, cherries, kumquat, and starfruit) in the sun, a plate with a half eaten juicy pear, a tiny bottle of musk, a somewhat withered stem of a rose and some other flower, a drop of spilled patchouli oil, a forgotten spot of dust, and a can of bugspray.
Now remove all pictured items and replace with a bottle of this scent, and there you have it.
At least, this is how it smells on me. Finally.
Donatella stated: ďVersus is pure energy. I wanted a perfume which would express the strong contrast of a romantic yet tough femininity. This intense fragrance is dedicated to a woman who loves to dare.Ē
I was given this fragrance early, it wasn't even on sale at that time.
And good it was, because I really couldn't figure out if I liked the scent or not so I needed three quiet months with it.
Everytime I tried it on, it smelled different - all the way from a men's heavy cologne to a full can of insect repellent. Sometimes quite nice for ten minutes but mostly disasterous. For the longest time I couldn't even figure out which gender it was targeted at!
The only thing I was quite sure about was that this is not a breezy, light, and teenagerish scent that smelled similar to anything else.
But now, after a difficult season change, we understand eachother - this fragrance and I.
Now I might try it out in public and get some compliments.
Now it smells fruity, juicy, ripe, dusty, and quite different from other scents on the market.
It's feminime, rapture, not at all citrusy or fresh. And it takes time to get there.
And really deep down, I f you smell carefully, you might catch a smidge of the patchouli from Lancomes' Magnifique.
It's dark. And it smells like I'm always standing in the sun.
Ingredients: kumquat, star apple, rose, patchouli, lemon, orange blossom, stephanotis, musk, ambrette seeds.