Yosh • U4EAH • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||30%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
I should start by saying that Yosh is a natural perfume: it doesn't have alcohol or aroma chemicals in it & it will smell different on every person! It's a bad idea to buy this kind of perfume without testing it first. Just put tiny amount (it is very strong!!!) on your pulse points and wear it through out the day, notice how it transitions. I must say that I didn't like this perfume to much. I'm not crazy about fruity fragrances and this one wasn't an exception. It also gave me a headache (the sigh that this is not my fragrance) But I got a lot of compliments......from kids:-)))) They said that I smelled YUMMY!:-))) I also met Yosh in person. She is very lovely and down to earth. What makes her perfumes great is her passion for her craft!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Oily Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I got several samples of this perfume oil, along with other Yosh oils. While there are several I like (and one or two I love), U4EAH is the worst of the bunch with my skin chemistry. I've smelled it on others and it seemed like a pleasant, watery, powdery fruit scent (if you like that sort of thing. I'm not a fan but it wasn't offensive). On me, the scent reminded me of the sweet smell of rotting garbage that emanates from dumpsters. It also brings up nostalgiac memories of being a kid and walking in Boston at Haymarket Square the day after the Farmer's Market, when rotting fruit and butcher shop food debris are still littering the streets before the city shows up to clean the mess up. I'm all for scents that elicit nostalgiac memories for me but this particular memory is not the type I shoot for :)
Age: 44-55 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
A happy junior high school girl perfume--fresh and fruity, but doesn't last long, and is a bit too juvenile in my advanced age (>40).
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Sharp cucumbers, but there's a feminine element to it. I find this really strong, once again with Yosh perfumes, a little goes a long way. I do like the consistency of the oil, but overall not one of my favorite perfumes. If you like cucumber you'll enjoy this fragrance.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I'm so undecided about Euphoria (I refuse to use text-speak on my phone, never mind with my perfume). I did like the fragrance - white flowers and pear - but, unlike some folks, found it so heady as to be almost narcotic - a person could get high on this stuff. I need to try a few more times, to see if this is an effect that I could acclimatize to.
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
This scent is so much fun. It's refreshing. The apple and pear combined make for the most delightful summer-heading-into-fall scent. I really do feel uplifted when I smell apple. However, I could never see myself paying upwards of $125 for 8ml of this - it's not that special. My mood gets uplifted the same way if I spend two minutes washing a few dishes with apple scented dish soap.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
real pear! in a bottle! and it melts into the skin, making a beautiful lush orchard aura around you; the pomegranate adds with more depth to cut the sweetness a bit. Fruit scents are typically not my thing, but this is such a REAL scent. It's like the holy grail of pear. Yum!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily Hair: Black Eyes: Hazel
Refreshing like pear in the summertime, but not my cup of tea. U4EAHH! notes: pomegranate, aloe vera, cucumber, pear, water lily. I like pomegranate so I gave it an extra lippie, but do I really want to smell like generic aloe vera, pear and cucumber. I mean, jack up the price for a fragrance that you can buy at Wal-mart in those famous bath packages they have during Christmas?? No way. This smells cheap too like the other scents Yosh makes.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I definitely detect the apple and pear in this. A nice fresh, scent for summer. Smells like you just cut a red apple open. However, considering the price, I have a hard time imagining that you can't find an etailer dup very similar to this at a fraction of the price. Just not sophisticated enough to spend the $$$ on.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is potent stuff! I didn't get pear, but apple, peach, water lily, and something else juicy and edible. Nice, but smells commercial like a Crabtree & Evelyn / Fruits and Passion scent or a Glade plug in. $125 for 8ml? Preposterous!!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
U4EAHH!!!! is quite possibly the most perfect pear scent I've ever tried. It's lush, but not heady, very fresh and soothing, and has a cooling aura about it that renders it perfect for the Spring and Summer months. It's an incredibly wearable pear as well. The blend with the other fruit notes and the aloe vera is perfect. This scent stays close to the skin, but does last all day. As it dries, the sweetness of the pear fades and the pomegranate and aloe vera notes predominate, in addition to something that smells a bit like green apple. I didn't detect the cucumber note, but it doesn't surprise me that it's there because of the freshness of the fragrance blend.
Unfortunately (for me, mostly) I just can't see purchasing this. As beautiful and magnificent as it is, it just boggles me that you get only 8 mL for $130. Yikes. Perhaps if I were one of those individuals that only had a few perfumes, I would make this my summer scent--and that could justify the purchase. But alas, I am not. So I will cherish any sample vials I can get my hands on. Five star fragrance for sure, but I removed the one lippie for the price. Normally I wouldn't do that, but I'm bummed about this one.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Other Eyes: Other
A beautiful pear fragrance that's fresh, not too sweet and a pleasure to wear. I don't own one fruity fragrance in my collection, but I see this gracing my shelf one day (I have to get about 5 other Yosh oils first). Fun yet not annoyingly girly.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This scent has really grown on me. It's not what I typically would wear. I was undecided until I'd gone through most of my sample but I found myself sniffing my wrists whenever I wore it, so I sprung for the bottle. Yes, it's expensive, but a little goes a long way and smells so fresh and clean -- not like the "Clean" perfumes, which to me smell like cleaning products.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I would describe this in the vain of a clean scent ,once again very modern. I have not a idea what the blend is and I like that,to me it means its well done. Fresh for spring & summer . I am very mcuh like yosh and her work.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
A very wearable, bright pear/apple scent that's delightful and uplifting. However, it doesn't smell like an ultra expensive fragrance. It smells like a fruity scent you can pick up at a mall store. Granted, the mall scents are synthetic smelling while U4 is fresh and luscious. Still, I can't see paying $130 for this.
Age: Unknown Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Topnote of intense juicy fresh pear! Then the pomegranate and waterlily emerge. A watery fragrance, fruity, floral and fresh, however there is also...... musk. Very strong musk. Musk which deadens the nose to everything else. Clean, soapy nose-numbing musk. For about six dollars I could have gotten any of a number of lovely Auric Blends or Yakshi oils with a floral or fruit scent paired with musk. Auric Blends even has a fresh pear scent. And it's a shame because this watery, fresh delicate scent is otherwise quite pretty. A teeny weeny itty bitty musky dab might have added a nice twinge to the lightness of the other elements, but this big astringent dollop overwhelms everything. It's too bad. I might have liked it if it were more gently balanced. Post Script: The musk has turned out to be surprisingly fleeting, just a temporary wave, which leaves behind a fruitiness which endures. Nice, but not so special as I would have expected for this exclusive line.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Ahhhh, the infamous U4EAHH!!! (= "Euphoria," I recently realized). After applying, I got a strong whiff of a very authentic, juicy pear note and nothing else. As it dried down, I got more of the pomegranate, water lily, aloe vera, and cucumber (which, for a change, is refreshingly green and pleasant in this composition). It kinda smells like green apple Jolly Ranchers, with a bit of cucumber soap. This is a beautiful, watery, uplifting fragrance, which is unique for a fruity floral. However, it unfortunately reminds me of pear-scented shampoo (specifically those green-bottled Garnier ones), or a BBW pear and cucumber shower gel. Hence, no purchase for me.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
[Truthfully I might be a bit caught up in the Yosh craze so bear with me on this one]Is this pear or apple? I could not tell at first but after a few minutes on the skin a luscious and "sniff-worthy" pear emerged. This is a fun fruity scent. It is not cloying yet it is intense and almost perfumey at times even from just a drop of juice. It dries to a delicious soft pear and it exudes richness .... and man oh man, it should for it's price! I would say this is a grown up fruity scent. It is for those of us over 20 years old who want something fun without feeling like Ashlee Simpson or one of the Olsen twins.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
ok, when i saw the description on lucky scent.com i said ...not for me. I am a vanilla girl. but this is captivatingly fresh. i usually wear soft vanilla powdery scents but i am going to buy this one. its gorgeous. i smell fresh juicy pears that morph into pure summer. i love it. its beautiful
Age: Unknown Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This is one of those fragrances that attempts to entice consumers with extreme imagery which no perfume can actually capture, but people buy into it anyway. I too, was captured by all the seemingly wonderful reviews and interesting notes. However this oil was no more than: cucumber, floral, more cucumber, aloe vera gel; all nice at first but not
worth the price. I did not get pear. Where is the pear?? Later, I get: more cucumber and generic flowers. The cucumber and aloe eye stress gel from St. Ives has a much more preferable cucumber and aloe scent. Too heavy for something that is supposed to be light and carefree, almost dusty, and very strong. I only dabbed a tiny amount, at least you donít need a lot to be blasted with scent. The strong cucumber and glue notes kept coming. If u can get past that, there's some generic thick sweet pink florals in the background in the drydown. Not special at all, I was highly disappointed as I expected more from this perfumer.
Again, the lovely marketing for this scent is truly exaggerated and completely unrepresentative: " A fragrance without any hint of a dark side. It is the delirious joy of your 16th trip down the water slide, the giddy freefall of your first crush. Pure, unadulterated happiness."
If happiness for you is raw cucumbers dipped in glue, go for it. Drydown several hours later: really strong soap; this could be one of those stronger BBW scents.