Paris Hilton • Tease • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||41%|
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I think this is rather pretty. It's a tuberose/gardenia based fragrance with fruity top notes that fade fairly quickly on my skin, leaving behind the floral base. The fruit stops the white florals from being over the top and give it a pleasant sharpness that continues even when the top notes have basically evaporated. It's an inoffensive way to wear tuberose and gardenia without clearing the room. Having said that, I found sillage to be around 5-6 hours, and still a bit noticeable after that. I must admit I purchased it only because my local chemist had it on sale for $8 for 30mls, and I will most likely pass it onto a friend of mine who loves white florals. Even so, I think it deserves a decent rating, and on a person who loves tuberose, jasmine and gardenia, this would be wonderful.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
This is my first celebrity fragrance.
I'm not a fan of Miss Hilton whatsoever so once I got past that idea plus the fact that I got it for a very good price, well I have to say that I'm really enjoying my purchase.
I was interested in Tease because I LOVE tuberose. It's my favorite flower and one of my favorite notes. Tease opens very fruity, I smell mostly the apple. Maybe a little peach too, but bergamot is being overpowered and yes I can already smell the florals coming. The opening doesn't last long though.
Voilą les heart notes: it's mostly about the tuberose while the jasmine does linger in the background, and I still notice a sweet juiciness from the fruits. I have no idea what frangipani smells like in real life so I can't really comment on that note. I get some whiffs of what I imagine to be the hot sand. It's not strong but it's definitely there. The drydown is dominated by the tuberose, so it's a win for me.
This is a fruity tuberose, I don't find a chypre quality in it. It's more of a floral to me. It doesn't have too much fruit, like say Radiance by Britney Spears. But the tuberose is really the star of this show.
Sillage and longevity of this are both awesome on my skin.
To be completely honest, the notes in Tease clash a bit, they're not completely well blended but it's quite nice for an inexpensive tuberose.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Violet
smells very nice initially if you only use a tiny amount. This stuff is very potent. The fragrance wears on and on all day without fading. However, this stuff can give the faint hearted a serious headache. It's just too strong
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
This is an ok scent, it's a little strong. I think this scent is more for night time.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I received this perfume as a gift for Christmas and immediately had a prejudice against it. I mean it's Paris Hilton. I was pleasantly surprised how awesome it smells. I love it. Granted it's not something I would wear for important occasions but it's still great as an everyday wear scent.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Dark, Cool Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
Like other reviewers said, I don't understand what Paris was doing with this ad. Nothing is sexy about this perfume. It's a nice, solid floral. It's very familiar. Actually, it's basically identical to Britney Spears' Curious, just a bit soapier. It's a pretty scent, but nothing to write home about, not to mention completely unoriginal and deceiving. None of the notes seem to exist, the fragrance is flat with no changes. The packaging is cute but not something I would proudly present on my vanity. Overall, this fragrance is a pass, like most of her others, with the except of her first one and Can Can, which are the only ones I can distinguish from her slew of others.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Dark Hair: Black Eyes: Black
STINKS and smells cheap. I was really surprised that this was so dissapointing because some of her other stuff is pleasant.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Straight Eyes: Brown
One of the 2 perfumes I own. Gotta love it. It smells so SMEXY!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
Notes from Fragrantica: apple, peach, bergamot, jasmine, tuberose, blond wood, hot sand accord, amber.
I like lot of Paris Hilton frags so i wanted to try this thinking it would be sexy oriental. Nope. This is sweet floral that is quite tame. Despite PH wearing Marily Monroe's get up, I can assure you that i can't picture Marilyn wearing this(as another reviwer said). As soon as i smelled it, i was sure there was gardenia/tuberose in it. These two i have love/hate relationship with and in this case, while its not hate, I won't give it any love either. Tuberose here smells rather sweet and not like real tuberose but if someone took real flower and made it into floral soap. I do smell a bit of an apple in the beginning but it fades really fast and you are left with soapy tuberose/jasmine scent. Hot sand accord is clearly not going to be my favorite because i'm pretty sure that its what accounts for rather odd almost stale like note that comes out on the drydown. Bottle is very pretty but i'm dissapointed with this scent. I was expecting something better than this. And FYI, if you owned now discountinued, Enchanted Orchid from BBW, this is its clone. I still have small body spray left with Enchanted Orchid and i can hardly tell them apart.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Dry, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I like everything about Tease except it's lasting power! I have been experiencing Miss Hilton's fragrances by buying the small tester bottles lately. This is one of the one's I find smells really good. I just wished her scents lasted longer, especially this one. The ingredients are listed as fuji apple, white peach, bergamot, white flowers, amber, blond wood and hot sand. Just lovely! The purple bottle is beautiful and this is one of her's that I will be buying the larger bottle when I find a good value on it.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Blue
On first application the perfume's strongest note is the apple. The official scent notes point out that it is actually Fuji apple, but I remember Fuji apples as being sweet whilst the apple here is not at all sweet; In fact it's sharp I'll point out that it's not too sharp, so while the peach isn't strong enough to separate on it's own merit it's there balancing out the apple.
The citrussy bergamot blends in with the apple so thoroughly that the top notes don't seem to burn down, so as the floral notes in the heart notes develop they take a back seat. The notes are blended together very well, but I can detect what I'm quite sure is gardenia and lily. I also think that there is tuberose present, but am less sure about that because it is unusually subtle if it is.
The base is close to the skin, so the fruit finally dies down. There is musk in here too, so the amber and creamy woods don't really sweeten the fragrance up. The most interesting aspect to the fragrance does become more noticeable as the fruits and florals die down, their version of hot sand. I can't fully describe this scent note; it's similar to how a cotton tee smells when it's just come out of the tumble dryer - the fibers smell 'heated'. Anyway that's the same scent note that is in this perfume, a organic heat.
Scent notes: Fuji apple, white peach, bergamot, white flowers, amber, blond wood and hot sand.
TEASE promises to be very versatile, so I think that it will make a good 'everyday' perfume to wear all year round. It is fresh, clean and easy to wear, plus it is inoffensive to my work colleagues, so it is a good choice for an every day perfume as long as you don't mind 'freshening up' once or twice. I don't think TEASE is a good choice for nights out; It's a bit to fresh and clean. And it goes close to the skin quickly so other peoples fragrances will drown it out: I was originally going to give TEASE five stars, but I decided to remove a star due the staying power. After an hour, it goes close to the skin. After three to four hours I struggle to smell it.
TEASE reminded me strongly of another perfume from the very first time I tried it and I 've just realised which perfume; Miss Dior Cherie L'eau.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
In the ad for this, PH looks like Xtina. I didn't recognize her, so I gave it a whiff. Girly and pungent. Gave me a headache in under a minute. Sort of reminds me of fabric softener.