Revlon • Fire & Ice • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||80%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Red, Wavy Eyes: Brown
I would describe this fragrance as "nice but generic." Fire and Ice is a pleasant blast of cherry, vanilla, and musk with a hint of ambery spice. It smells exactly like VS's Amber Romance. Quite sweet. It certainly doesn't offend my nose, it just doesn't smell very womanly or mature (which is what I prefer).
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
Cheap crap. Didn't know this existed still, I remember it from the mid 90s. A lot of girls in my HS were wearing it. I don't know why grown women would want this scent on their body. I'm not just judging by how it smelled on me, but, like I said, MANY girls were wearing it back then.
YUCK! Smells so cheap too.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Hazel
My favorite fragrance. Obviously using it sparingly. It's soft and really inviting.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I discovered this shortly after it came out and have been wearing it on and off ever since. I think the name "Fire and Ice" fits it very well, not to mention the design of the bottle. It's a very spicy musky scent, the vanilla and cherry is what drew me in but the other added ingredients make it unique in it's own way. I am pleased to see that they still sell it after all these years, I know I will still be able to buy when I run out. Glad to see there are so many who like it as much as I do!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I have loved this scent for years. Just recently bought it again. I go back and forth now between this and Fresh Sugar. Granted this is much cheaper and I have to say gets me more compliments and lasts longer. Great staple scent for me. Will always repurchase!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Hazel
Is this stuff for real? I saw a tester of this today and was glad to finally be able to try it after reading all the rave reviews. Well, it started out with that cheapish stale-alcohol blast, but don't let that put you off - it burned off very quickly. (ETA: I think it was probably just an old tester that had not been used in a while - the new bottle I have now does not start out weird at all) And then - OMG!- it smelled almost exactly the way L'artisan Tea for Two starts on me - Apple Tart! That is to say it was softly sweet, richly warm and almost buttery, only with a hit of spice. And there it stayed, and still lingers on the tips of my fingers. Hours later it is still deep, warm and ambery sweet and since the price is so cheap I'm afraid I am going to have to pick up a bottle of this hidden treasure very soon. 4&1/2 lip. Try it, try it, try it!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
i could not agree more, this smells exctly like Victoria's Secret Amber Romance. Since i got this as a gift I will use it up along with my Amber Romance but I personally would not repurchase because i like fruitier and sweeter scents.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Ah, Fire & Ice. This stuff takes me back to those middle school years when I just loved this! Next to Vanilla Fields, this was my favorite. Good times. Good times. Revisted this little gem lately because it was super cheap at Walgreens--I couldn't resist! $12 got me two little botlles of the EDC. I think that's the only concentration you can get this in, at least these days it is. It's a nice, somewhat simplistic, amber & cherry-vanilla scent on me. If I were to play the "smells like ___" game I would liken it most to VS Amber Romance--almost spot-on. This does not smell like Brit to me/ on me, though I understand the comparisons--similar characteristics but different smells IMO. I don't think I can help but judge this on a scale of relativity. I think I'm more impressed with it because I only paid $12. Had I paid $70 I think I might have given it a lower estimation. It IS a nice scent though. Not a masterpiece, but nice! This won't be a staple for my fragrance wardrob but I would buy it again on occasion when the nostalgia strikes.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
I love this perfume...like a lot of the other reviewers, I first got this when I was in junior high. Back then it seemed too sophisticated for me ( I still loved Sunflowers and Love's if that says anything ) but it was a gift from a dear friend so I wore it whenever we were around each other. I loved the warmth and sweetness of it, but when the bottle ran out, I didn't buy any more. Then about 6 years ago, I was on vacation and I ran out of perfume - I can't live without perfume - so I picked up a tiny bottle at Wal-Mart or some other place. I was hooked! Everything I originally loved was still there - the warm, spicy, powdery vanilla scent just seemed so much better to my more mature nose. Not your typical, cheap smelling drugstore fragrance. And I had just started dating my now-husband, so every time I put a little of this one on, he reminisces about us back then. Smells a lot like VS Amber Romance, so to make it last longer, I'll layer it with their body lotion.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Yes, it's a drugstore perfume, but it's great. So soft, warm and comforting. Not at all cheap, in my opinion. Also, not overwhelming and nicely understated. A nice balance of spicy and sweet. My HG perfumes are high end (Coco, Dior Addict, Mitsouko), but there'll always be a place on my dresser and in my heart for Fire & Ice!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This was one of my very first perfumes, bought when I was in junior high school. This is spicy and mature, but I like this scent very much. I rarely wear it because it's a night-time gala formal type of scent, and I'm the cords-and-penny-loafers type. But after all these years I still love this.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I don't own this. Yet. But I cannot believe how good this smells. The packaging is so dated, let alone the name of the product. It's a bit overpriced for what is otherwise a "drugstore" perfume but it smells so seductive and warm and just - I can't believe it's from Revlon. I am fully looking forward to Christmas this year when the gift sets come out so I can swing some of it on sale.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I used to work at Ulta and spent a lot of free time walking around smelling all the perfumes, from cheap to super expensive as Ulta carries both drugstore and high end products. I totally agree with the review that Fire and Ice smells amazingly similar to the original Burberry Brit for women (which I also adore.) They are practically identical, but ofcourse, Fire and Ice is considerably cheaper. It's a very sensual spicy oriental scent. Everytime I wore it at Ulta someone would always ask me what I had on and were usually shocked to hear it was this. I don't think it smells like a stuffy old lady perfume at all. Actually, I found the more expensive perfumes like the super hyped Chanel No. 5 to be quite stifling and overpowering. I truly believe this is one of the best perfumes out there, and everyone who smells it on me absolutely agrees!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
This has been one of my fragrance staples since junior high. I started using it after my best friend got it as a gift. I loved the smell and started using it too. It never fails to recieve compliments either. It has a light smell that really stays with you. In the last year I switched to the MKA NYC parfume, but I think for the winter I'll buy another bottle of Fire & Ice. I kind of miss the smell! lol I won't even wait till winter probably, I'll find an excuse to wear it to an evening event or something! Love it, will be repurchasing :)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
The brisk cool breeze of autumn whisks leaves about the ground as they fall from the trees, the sun sets early enough to harken summers end, as people dress in heavier threads to keep out the nippy air. It is now that I pull out my Revlon Fire and Ice perfume and upon first whiff I am instantly comforted, calmed, and feel sensual and warm. It has never failed me to get compliments at least weekly from some stranger. There is just something about this scent that belongs to cooler weather. Forget wearing it in summer, it is way too heavy, just like the fine wool jackets or windbreakers we store in the closet. I have worn this scent for about 15 years, on and off, and even tho it does get rave reviews from men, I wear it because it makes ME feel good. Isn't that what a fragrance is supposed to do? I did try VS Amber Romance to see if maybe it would be a good warm weather alternative, and the scent is similar, but VS amber romance smells cheap and plasticky compared to fire and ice. It also lacks a note that is vital to fire and ice's impact. If you are the type of person that looks forward to sunny crisp days of autumn, harvest, cool weather, and the nostalgia that comes along with it, this is the frangrance for you. It even carries you thru winter, and smells just as sensual and inviting around valentines day as it does halloween. Irreplaceable and classic. I have purchased about 10 bottles and plan to continue as long as I run out and can find it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
Fire & Ice was one of my first perfumes and my signature scent from 12 all the way until after high school! Very beautiful and cozy scent! Vanilla, Amber, and musk! I went to a Mary Kay party and bought "Tribute" and I came home and realized I had bought a $40.00 fire & ice that didn't smell near as good! :) So I gave that away and kept my Revlon fire & ice!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
This must be one of those fragrances that people either love or hate. After I read the great reviews on this here, I wanted to try this, & I really wanted to like it too. I saw Walgreens had this on sale, so I thought I'd go give it a whiff. Yikes! Honestly, to me it smells like old lady perfume -- that's the first thing I thought of. The top note seems like a very sharp, irritating citrus to me, not light & pleasant at all. Then at the the dry down, I couldn't believe how heavy it was. It reminded me of the incense that a priest uses in church for somber church occasions. Ugh! I sprayed it on my wrist & promptly decided that on sale or not, it definitely is not for me.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
This has shot up to one of my favorite fragrances. I absolutely love how warm and comforting this smells. It's the fragrance equivalent of cashmere. It reminds me of another fragrance, Mary Kay Tribute in the pink bottle. However, this one is better. It's warmer, less floral, and it's also blended better. There is something in there that makes it strikingly similar to tribute though, i wish I could pinpoint the note. Anyway, go get this immediately. It's available in drugstores and is so affordable.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Olive, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
This is a sexy, sweet fragrance to me. I like this for when I'm travelling and need a back up fragrance if I decide to hit the bars- it's very cheap and cheerful and I don't have to stress if I lose it or leave it behind. Which I've done twice, and so yes~ I'd definitely buy it again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
The VERY first fragrance I ever loved. I wanted desperately to be Cindy Crawford and smell like Fire & Ice all the time. I got a duplicate scent from somewhere - can't remember - because I couldn't afford the real thing (I was in 7th grade) and also because my mom is supersensitive to everything except Chanel No. 5. Next time I see this for sale, I am buying a bottle, dammit.