Unlisted Brand • Lollia - Breathe • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||28%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
Smells a bit like... grandma's house? I bought this when I was much younger, and the same as another reviewer, I liked it then, but I no longer do. It actually makes me sneeze incessantly, so the last time I made the mistake of putting it on was well, the last time... Another thing is it does not age well. I've purchased it twice. It could possibly work well for someone as a room spray but it's really over the top as a floral perfume. I will never part with the bottle-- Absolutely gorgeous packaging, like all Lollia/Margot Elena products.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Hazel
I bought this eau when I was very young and in love with in-your-face synthetic florals. It's far too abrasive to wear now, and one spray (spritzed in the room, then walked through) is way too much for me.
The bottle is so adorable though..
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I bought this years ago, for the bottle (oh, that lovely chandelier teardrop!), but gave it away after two weeks. For some odd reason, I was possessed by the urge to buy a tiny little bottle for an upcoming trip. I dabbed a bit on a few days later, and my husband virtually ran away screaming. The opening notes are very springlike, but the watery florals dry down to a distinct scent of...Elmer's school glue. There, I've said it. You have been warned. Tocca Stella, I will never cheat on you again.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I really love the Breathe scent. I had never heard of Lollia or Breathe, but sampled Lollia's Breathe handcream in a boutique in Door County, Wi. I instantly fell in love. I kept smelling my hands the rest of the day. I went back and bought the handcream (which I love), then came home and ordered the Breathe perfume online. Unfortunately, the perfume isn't as fabulous as the handcream. I really love the scent. I prefer soft, feminine scents that aren't overpowering. Someone else described the Breathe scent as smelling "like I think guys think girls should smell." I actually agree with that description. I also like the bottle, very pretty. And I thought the price was very low considering how much fragrance you get. However, I find that no matter how much of the perfume I apply, it doesn't last longer than an hour on me. Very disappointing. I am hoping it is just a problem with my particulary bottle. I ordered it online from Nooks and Niches for only $29. It was on clearance, so I'm wondering if the bottle I received was old and the fragrance was diluted or something. I love this scent, I wished the perfume lasted longer.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I love the bottle it is so cute with a satin and crystal charm hanging down.
Only thing, it gets in the way of spritzing so I take it off when in use.
It is a very soft ethereal scent. Makes me feel calm and cool. The notes of lavender,peony, milk and honey gives it a very soft smooth feel about it.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This smells like another perfume that I never cared for in the first place. Why someone would want to copy such mediocre fragrance is beyond me.
The floral and marine notes predominate, with the citrus barely making an appearance. Also supposedly has "leafy green notes" and "a hint of cool, mossy forest paths." Might have been improved with some warm notes at the heart.
On the positive side, it's appealingly marketed. Got me to take notice, just didn't follow through with an accordingly pretty scent.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
I tried this perfume in Anthropologie the other day. Definitely not impressed. This ho-hum floral blended with a stagnant water accord reminded me strongly of the locker room at my high school. Thin marine florals were abused in great volume there and to this day, I don't think I could ever enjoy breathing in this stuff. It does have a cool bottle, though.