Bulgari • Omnia • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||70%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Dry Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I have been looking for a new signature scent - and tried this in Sephora in Venice - it is gorgeous; subtly oriental and very warm and feminine. It's not synthetic smelling or too musky, which is a plus for me. It is not overpowering which is great as you can wear it for every occasion without fear of overdoing it. At first I thought it was too light, but in fact, this is part of the appeal as it is so sexy it would be doing an Angel or Opium if it were heavier. I am looking forward to the day my little girl being older and recognises this scent as mine when she smells it!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Blond, Curly, Fine Eyes: Blue
Ugh, to me this smelled awful. Not my sort of fragrance at all. Too woodsy and unfeminine.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Love this fragrance and love the name. This is a pleasure to wear, and wins tons of compliments. Omnia is extremely light for an oriental, but definitely present. I will definitely re-purchase when I run out.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
yes i'm definitely a perfume whore though this one was again, one of my impulse purchase. out of rebellion because someone i wasnt very fond of mentioned it didn't suit me! haha... anyway it actually took a while for it to grow on me which is a bad thing since then i'd have to get it no? let me see, it's spicy in a pleasant way with a hint of chocolate as far as my untrained nose could pick up. very subtle even with dozens of spritz. ok, this is probably one of the most versatile scent around, it takes you from a day at the beach or running errands right through to a swanky soiree without any problem at all. the only gripe i have is the packaging which is very impractical to hold and store in a travel bag.but that won't override my decision to repurchase this one, it's a keeper but lose the loser who said anything otherwise.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry Hair: Red Eyes: Brown
I can see it now. A woman with waist-length, butt-cut hair enters the room. There is avocado-green shag carpet all around. Her man, clad in a chocolate-brown velour robe, seems pleased to see her. She swoons at the sight of his abundant chest hair and golden medallions. "I love the nightlife, I got-ta boogie" is the soundtrack. Sure, Omnia didn't exist back then, but the bottle says it should have. That being said, the scent itself is lovely... just the warm, soft "clean skin" aroma I've sought forever. It makes me smell like I just NATURALLY smell like that. How refreshing! However, $85 for 1.6 oz or whatever the tiny amount is... it's almost as though Bulgari is saying, "C'mon, you know you want it badly enough to pay ANYTHING for it." Sadly, they are correct.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Hazel
this smells boring and went flat and then faded. I am so glad I sampled this before deciding to buy.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
When Omnia was launched in the early fall of 2003 as a winter oriental, I didn't plan to sniff it. I thought the campaign with the semi-nude model was tacky and the twisted-eight bottle artsy. But I eventually did. Back then, lots of ladies in this part of the world wore Addict that had been released a year earlier, and Omnia was pure joy, a bit neglected and unique. I finished a small bottle. This season, however, the fragrance was everywhere. So my review is written in retrospect – there was a time when I wore Omnia and loved it to pieces.
Omnia is a dry, airy blend of spices and woods with only a pinch of citrus in its top notes and a whisper of sweetness in the drydown. For me, it always evokes a very specific image... An open market place with linen bags filled with spices and herbs. A cloud of scents rising in dry heat. No crowds yet. Tangerine peel in the distance, sandalwood, benzoin, dry tea leaves, and saffron, the biting saffron. Omnia is said to be a skin scent, and it’s lovely as such. But before you decide that it smells like nothing and re-apply, do ask someone if they can still smell it, because there must be an ingredient in the blend that lulls the olfactory senses of the wearer. This winter I could sniff it in the air of a small concert room with dozens of people in there. The scent was moving all over the place, and Omnia in large doses is a killer. For a brief period, it even killed my desire to smell it ever again.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
My love affair with Omnia started last winter... I wore it for a while, then I stopped... then I wore it again... then stopped... and so it went! On PE I wrote: Today however, it feels like falling in love all over again! I love orientals but there are times when I find them a bit too much. Not today however. Then again, Omnia is not your "cookie-cutter" type of oriental fragrance anyway. It's quite distinctive and unique... Much softer then a lot of orientals and ever so sensual... It's a fragrance that's a "must have" just in case... Like today :) For me it creates a very deep, sensual mood that just refuses to allow you to forget even for a split-second that above all you are a woman!" But I wore it a few days ago again and I noticed something that I had not noticed until then... Omnia very much reminded me of Addict for some reason... Not that they smell alike, in fact in anyway... just something that makes me think of Addict that day... In any case I love both, just never noticed that before. So I thought I'd share.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Medium, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Black
This is one of my favourite winter perfumes ever. I love woddy scents with chai tea and white chocolate. Although it is expensive and the bottle is weird to open, :) it is a mighty fine perfume!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
Today I finally gave it a try. It smells like that "Lipton" - green tea Orient... it is not so bad, but not good at all, too.... just not my cup of tea.