Fresh • Pink Jasmine • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||60%|
Age: 44-55 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I've had my large sample of this fragrance for about 6 years, never bothering to sample it, assuming I wouldn't like it. Just tried it tonight and I really like it. Very pretty jasmine scent, lightly sweetened by a beautiful, but very subtle blood orange note. Perfect for summer and I would definitely buy this. And as for the review below that compares this to D&G Light Blue, I respectfully, yet totally disagree. I despise Light Blue. The only similarity is that both fragrances have a prominent citrus note.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I love this fragrance!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I got a free bottle of Fresh Eau de Parfum in Pink Jasmine in a swag bag from an event my friend helped organize. She had a ton of fragrances already and gave it me to try--not because she thought I was stink (at least I hope not!), but because she knew that I was looking for a fragrance without all the hassle of shopping for one. Since I don't normally wear perfume, I kept on forgetting to dab myself in the morning. One evening as I was getting ready to leave for date night, I remembered I had this and gave it try. It smelled wonderful and my boyfriend liked it too! Fresh's Pink Jasmine is described on the Fresh website as: Top: Red Orange, Freesia, and Spring Lilac; Heart: Magnolia, Peony, Fresh Jasmine, and Tiare Flower; and Base: Previous Woods, Velvety Peach Skin, and Marshmallow.
It smells so fresh and clean without being too floral or fruity in scent. I prefer clean scents over smelling like a flower shop or a fruit basket. I love the packaging because you can either use the included pump to spray on or use the bottle to dab on like cologne. Just a dab goes a long way so I use it sparingly as not to kill my co-workers or loved ones...that is if I remember to use it!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I can't wear this on it's own. There's something about it that is too off with my chemistry. But when I mix it with The Thymes Eucalpytus it is perfection. A perfect meld of fresh and floral. Like a light floral soap. With just a hint of jasmine sweetness. And it lasts allllll day. Very high-quality fragrance, I just need to blend it though.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Received a sample of this and very pleasantly surprised. I used the BBW Grapefruit jasmine and this is nothing like it. I do detect a suggestion of citrus . . . like when you peel a nice fruit in the morning but it makes way to a very delightful, feminine fragrance. I love powdery scents and have been looking for one, which I think will be my go-to comfort scent. I don't understand the mentions of "sharpness" or heaviness. To me, this is truly a find. I find it calming and office-appropriate instead of the ocean/Eternity-type scents out there that are overdone. This is a true enchantment.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I ADORE this scent. It is a bit pricey, and i am not crazy about the bottle, but the scent is beyond beautiful. A soft, mellow floral. Never sharp or cloying. Lasts forever. I don't think sweet pea is among the notes, but it sure smells a bit like sweet pea on my skin. This is along the lines of Maybe Baby, and NR possibly. If you like those, give this a try. I LOVE it. Possibly a HG. Oh, one more thing. The reviewers are correct as far as this not smelling at all like the pink jasmine flower, although i love that scent also. This is not as sweet, which actually makes it more wearable than if it were identical to the flower.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I'll start by saying I love jasmine flower... the night-blloming jasmine on a romantic summer night, You know what I mean? The precious jasmine sambac used in some fine teas? But.. pink jasmine? The reason I decided to give it a try is because it's made by Fresh (Fresh fragrances love my skin, and my skin loves Fresh's products) and because even though it's called Pink Jasmine, it shpuld be a jasmine-cented fragrance... It's different than I expected it to be... and good! I love being suprised in a good way. It is one of my favorite fragrances right now, and I am ordering a full bottle of this. It starts off smelling like oranges and I know it must be the blood orange in the top notes. It almost reminds me the blood orange fragrance Pacifica used to make. But it quickly develops into a smooth, sweet, but never-cloying floral. I can smell freesia and jasmine, and it just blooms on my skins, it's so beautiful! I really simply can't resist this fragrance. I absolutely adore the drydown and here is a big, nice suprise for me: I smell the marshmallow note!!! I adore marshmallows and their notes in my gourmand perfumes!!! Pink Jasmine is absolutely gorgeous and I just can't resist it.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Oily, Olive, Warm Hair: Red, Curly, Medium Eyes: Hazel
Pink Jasmine loves me, in spite of myself. When this first came out, I tested it and thought it was boring. Nothing about it was memorable, and I had no desire to even try it again. Years later, by chance (while browsing in Fresh so I could sniff Cannibis Rose), I tried it again just because it was there. I guess I sorf of swooned, and I wound up buying a bottle (instead of the Cannibis Rose I'd planned to buy.) Pink Jasmine turns out to be one of the most highly complimented fragrances I've ever worn. My kids, especially my 15 year old son, absolutely adore it, and they request that I wear it. My husband, who rarely likes fragrance, loves Pink Jasmine. LOVES it. My friends, who are just about numb to my plethora of fragrances, notice Pink Jasmine and demand to try it. It's got a bright orange freshness, a little bit of lilac depth, and an intoxicating jasmine that's uplifting and alluring. This won't cause me to sit on a rock off Cornwall and write devastating poetry, but it will make me happy while I'm changing diapers, and cleaning squooshed carrot of my walls.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Red, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
I love anything jasmine, and this is one fragrance I always get compliments on. Perfumes smell different on different people, but this one works for me. It is expensive, but at least you get a pretty big bottle and it should last quite a long time.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I don't understand other reviews that describe this EDP as "sharp"--it's never strong on me. I do see echoes of D+G Light Blue in the citrus, but it's definitely a more refined and unique version of that scent, imho. Light Blue had been my "signature" fragrance since it came out, but I was getting tired of smelling it on every other person I walked by on the street. Pink Jasmine is good-natured, not overwhelming at all (as Light Blue is when you walk by someone who's doused herself with it!), and makes me feel pretty. Also, the staying power was great on me. A new perfect everyday scent.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
This smell is so feminine and fresh on me. It's not overwhelming... just simple, clean and beautiful. It's very pricey though.... I am rationing out my samples for days when I want to feel gorgeous.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
A clean, fresh index scent. The bottle is large and a bit too expensive, but sometimes it's good to splurge on a few things. The scent is long-lasting and stays true on my skin. I like Fresh's packaging; it's clean and simple without being too harsh or modern. I own four of their fragrances and will happily buy more when I can afford to!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I have at least 5-6 bottles of Fresh fragrances around my house, and I am a sucker for floral/citrus, and right now this is one of my absolute favorite scents. I do get compliments when I wear it. Before pink jaz, it was tangerine-lychee, and before that, bergamot-citrus. Fresh just introduced one via Sephora called strawberry flowers which, of course, I have to go and try. ...sigh... If you like floral citrus blends, I can't see why you wouldn't like this one.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
I received this from a friend as a sample and I had been so looking forward to testing it. When I first sprayed it my husband was really horrified, and I was skeptical, because of the sharpness of it. It was almost like a smell that you would use to cover up another smell, like a really strong...urine cake. :(
As it dried down I liked it a little more, but thought it so so so similar to Light Blue (D&G) that it was a completely pointless fragrance to me. I have Light Blue and I like it, plus it's not as horrifying for the first 30 minutes before the dry down.
Basically, this is a fragrance for someone who likes a sharp fragrance. Frankly, it gave me a stomach ache both days I tried to wear it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal Hair: Red Eyes: Brown
Soooo sweet smelling.
I quickly learned that this is NOT a summer scent. I was just outside for a minute and the bees were trying to pollinate with me. Then I ran inside to write this review.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
i personally love anything that smells jasmine-y...so this is a good perfume for me. the top notes are a bit sharp and too sweet for me, but as it mellows out, the jasmine really comes through and it's so creamy and light and i love it!
but taking one lippie off b/c it only lasts a few hours-- wtf?
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
The perfume of a Southern Belle. Magnolias in full bloom, hot summer breeze, oranges. Super girly and sweet.
The most prominent notes on me were ripe, juicy orange at the opening, followed by a creamy white tiare flower, magnolia blossoms, and something sweet at the base, which could be marshmallow. Sounds like a strange blend, but it is actually very yummy smelling. This is one of those "intoxicating" type of scents. I always get compliments, and people lean in close to sniff. Men seem to love these girly girl type scents most of all.
This blends heady white florals with sweet, innocent magnolia. It's very sweet and youthful, without being sugary sweet (I don't like Pink Sugar or most foody scents). I do feel kind of "old" to wear this, but I love it and don't care. The lasting power isn't great, just 2-3 hours, but as a previous reviewer said, that's just how Fresh scents are.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Red Eyes: Green
Some of these reviews crack me up. Everyone is like "This smells overly like *insert random flower here*. Seems like no two people smell it the same. If I had to pick a flower I think it smells mostly like I'd say lilac.
Here's my review: It's a very pretty scent. It smells exactly like Love's Jasmine Baby Soft smelled to me all through middle school and high school. So it's got the nostalgic scent thing going for it. It smells young, feminine and innocent to me. Believe it or not I love layering this with MMU's marshmallow body cream. Yummy.
Per usual, since it's a Fresh fragrance, the lasting power is all of about an hour. That includes on skin, hair and clothes.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
FRESH is such a great brand--the Pink Jasmine fragrance is lovely. The scent is fresh, clean, and pretty. Everyone loves this scent when I wear it--and constantly ask me what it is. Smells soft, citrusy, white flower fresh. Not heavy or too sweet. LOVE it!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Brown
I have a terrible time finding scents I like. Anything citrusy ends up smelling odd on me, and I don't like powdery sweet smells. I fell in love with Pink Jasmine as soon as I put it on and will probably wear this for a very long time...I even wear it on my days off, just so I can smell it on myself! Very light, consistent floral