Unlisted Brand • Ed Hardy Perfume - Love Kills Slowly Women's EDT • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||75%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
love love love it, its a
nice juicy fruity sorta smell and its different so good i been wearing it for the last 2 years its a good going out smell too, i highly recommend :)
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
This perfume was an absolute waste of my 65 bucks. I don't recommend wasting your money on it. My best friend had the perfume and would always wear it and sometimes I would spritz my self to. I never realized the wear time I just realized how good the perfume smelt. I purchased this bottle my self and it was a huge mistake. To smell good for about an hour you have to spray about six or seven spritz on you which makes the bottle last about a total of two months if you plan on wearing it every day. The oils in this perfume are horrible which is shocking for how expensive the bottle is and the name brand associated with it. NOT TO MENTION -> I got this perfume at a department store for about 65 including tax. The next day I went to a local T.J max and they had the same bottle for 25 and the gift set for 35.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Green
I have loved wearing this. I actually bought 2 of these because I knew I would be wearing so much. I actually finished a whole 3.4 bottle and am working my way through the second one!
This is a sweet fruity fragrance that gets compliments from guys. I love wearing it. It goes well over my Body Shop Lemon Body Butter. The bottle looks pretty on my vanity.
I don't know if I'll repurchase because I'm lemming new fragrances and I've been wearing this so long. Regardless, I've loved this fragrance.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I tried this on at the store to see how it smelled on me before buying. It smells great for a fruity fragrance (not overly sweet or cheap like artificial fruity fragrances, like others have mentioned), but it doesn't last at all (maybe an hour), so I feel it's not just worth it for the price. Here it's $62 CAD for 50ml, or $80 for 100ml. A bit pricey for an EDT that doesn't even last as long as a typical $5 body spray. Too bad, because it smells really good.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I have one bottle and a backup for it. I get it for $45 at Target, which is eh. But I read the bad reviews and some just say 'it's fruity, yuck!' (Did you read the notes in it? All fruit!) and others won't even give a reason to why they don't like it. I was hoping I would find out why some people actually seem to hate this.
But in any case I love it. It's fruity but it's not sweet. Maybe I don't know what 'sweet' means when it comes to perfumes but to me sweet means sickly sweet cupcake sugar. This is just fruit with a kick. It's literally fresh fruit, and then the edgy kick punches me in the face. The staying power isn't so good. I spritz this on my clothes just like all over perfumes, because it sticks to the fabric to last longer. It lasts maybe a few hours.
You can pick up a really mini size of this at walmart for like $12, and it comes with a generous amount. I throw it in my purse to freshen up when I'm out. To me, this fragrance is strawberry-melony. I just... love it.
*If you like the edgy kick in this one, but not all the fruit I HIGHLY recommend Ed hardy hearts and daggers perfume for women, it's more of the edge with toned down fruit. It's just as good imo.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I get so many compliments when I wear this one...it's sweet/ floral .. but not overbearing. It's a pretty enticing scent. Wish the smell had more lasting power, but otherwise, no complaints.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Hair: Brunette, Medium Eyes: Hazel
I've already re-purchased. This smells so good...on me! For some reason my body chemistry always keeps the musky smells. not for me, but not this fragrance. I love it and wear it every day. As a matter of fact, I'd like to get another gift set so I can get some more shower gel.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I thought that this perfume would be too overpowering for me but completely love it! I have the solid perfume that came in a kit from my drugstore. Amazing, amazing, amazing. Will I buy this again? Um.. YES! Haha that's how great it is.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Other, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Hazel
I have quite a few perfumes but this is the one I find myself reaching to more often than not... It has a gorgeous sweet and floral scent that really lasts. I'm a sucker for strawberry floral type scents (no good at describing perfumes here!) but even though there's so many already out there, I find this one the best. It's not too sweet, which most perfumes unfortunately are on me. Miss Dior Cherie is a good example of that. If I had any complaints, it would be the design on the bottle - it just doesn't do it for me! Otherwise, perfect.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Hazel
I'll take two please. My husband got this for me for my birthday and I love this scent. Not sure how to describe it which is no help but then again how it smells on me would be different than how it smells on you. Go to your local frangance dealer and check it out. Its pretty delicious
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Red Eyes: Black
This review is actually for Ed Hardy "Hearts and Daggers" au de parfum.
I bought a bottle of another fragrance in the dept. store and was given several samples. One was Hearts and Daggers and the other was Love Kills Slowly. When I sprayed Hearts and Daggers on, it was over for me. Oh what a fabulous scent. I get headaches and nausea so easily from perfume, this is a strong scent, but I keep my nose on my wrist with this one. It is advertised as a young, rock-n-roll type scent. I`m a rock-n-roll type, young shouldn`t matter. I love it and ordered a bottle from beauty.com when they were having their 20% off sale. My husband loves it. Love Kills Slowly smells good too, by the way, but for me it was Hearts and Daggers. Oh, and that 1st bottle I bought in the dept. store, it smells nice too, but not like this.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Olive, Cool Hair: Blond, Curly, Medium Eyes: Blue
Nasty! Smells like a something died and was covered up by an overpowering fruity scent. WAYY overrated!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Blue
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Christian Audigierís Ed Hardy clothing range is so not my cup of tea, so when my sister gave me her old bottle of ED HARDY EDP (aka Love Kills Slowly) I tossed it in a drawer and forgot all about it for a while. What I'm driving towards is that you should never judge a book by it's cover: I eventually found out that this is an easy to wear everyday fruity/floral fragrance, I'm not sure what I was expecting - a masculine, smoky fragrance, tinged with alcohol perhaps?
I love the scent of strawberries, so I love the long note of strawberry here; It is true-to-life and isn't as syrupy sweet as artificial strawberry can often be. Although the strawberry is the starring note I can also make out the mango. Just like the strawberry I'm pleased by how authentic the scent note is.
The strawberry notes are strong enough to burn through to the heart notes and mingle with the delicate freesia. Freesia's are quite sweet and vaguely fruity in scent anyway, so it combines with the remaining strawberry perfectly.The grapefruit note is very mild and seemingly watered down, but it does help to dissipate the sweetness, so it never becomes syrupy.
The sweetness gradually becomes warmer and more subtle as the amber develops. The rose isn't very noticeable, but there is a hint of a soft, feminine powdered note, which I'm guessing is the rose hiding behind the amber. I can also detect a undercurrent of clean musk, which also helps tone down the sweetness so the amber can develop a creamy tone as it burns down.
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Mango, wild strawberries, red grapefruit, black freesia, amber and rose accords.
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The bottle is a clear, glass encased in a pink card colouring. As mentioned above I'm not a fan of the Christian Audigier/Ed Hardy design range, so the tattoo inspired pattern on the casing does nothing for me. I also think that this style of bottle design is needlessly cheap for the fragrance's RRP.
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I was disappointed by the lasting power for this one. It wears close to my skin and has dissipated within three to four hours.
This does gets another tick on my mental check list for being wearable all year round; Though it is particularly perfect for spring/summer. It's sweet, but not sickly or cloying. As it goes close to the skin I havenít suffered from any migraines or sickness in hotter weather with this.
As well as wearing well throughout the entire year it can also be worn on most occasions; I like sweet perfumes on my 'off' days, whilst being close to the skin means that it won't offend colleagues and I think the long strawberry notes add a fun vibe, so happily wear it on nights out too.
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I'm a bit torn with this one: The wearability does justify the price [It's not too bad, but it's scent-a-likes are cheaper] and one of my favourite scent notes is used as the main focus.
However, I donít think I'd re-buy it for myself at the minute as it's expensive for such an unoriginal casual-wear fragrance. Also, the poor staying power is a turn-off. If I come across it on special offer I will pick up a bottle.
Ralph Lauren' Ralph, Paris Hilton for Women and Sarah Jessica Parker SJP NYC are all similar fragrances to ED HARDY, so if you own them then you can give this a miss.
I'd personally would go for Paris Hilton for Women over this, as it's cheaper to buy, is longer lasting and the drydown is more multi-dimensional.
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There's also a make-up palette floating around, which contains a Ed Hardy perfume Solid and a Ed Hardy Love and Luck perfume Solid (30ml each), so is a fun way to try this to see if you like it. It's also a lovely gift idea.
RRP is £40, but many sites and stores [I've seen it in Debenhams and The Perfume Shop] sell it for around £20.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight Eyes: Blue
I got the box set as a Christmas gift 2 years ago and looove it. It's so sweet and floraly, and i've gotten so many compliments on the smell. my boyfriend loves it as well(:
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
My current favourite parfume actually. I got this from my boyfriend about one and a half year ago and I still looove it. I'm on my second bottle, and I still haven't tired of it yet.
It has a fruity, floral scent which is really nice, can't really describe it.
Highly recommended, although it's a little bit expensive I think it's worth it!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
On first spray I love this!! Very fruity and delicious and light. I find it verrry different on drydown. It turns quite musky and almost masculine. After twenty minutes, I can barely smell any fruits at all-mostly musk and amber. It doesn't smell bad, just not anything like the initial blast of fruity. I would like it better if it stayed more like it smells in the beginning, but that's just me. Everyone seems to love it and find it light and fruity-i find it musky but still pretty. Probably would not buy again.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I LOVE THIS PERFUME.
It's so feminine, fruity, and soft.
Brightens up a dull wintery day or compliments a romantic summer afternoon :)
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Red, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
The first time I smelled this I thought, meh just another fruity perfume aimed at the younger set (no offense!) Especially after taking a good look at the bottle! Anyway, there is something in this fragrance that warms it up just a bit. Not enough to ever be confused with a gourmand fragrance but I agree with one reviewer that it does remind me of Betsey Johnson's fragrance. It's a little fruiter than Betsey's to me but it has a bit of a slight woodsy/sweet dry down. I was looking for a fun summer scent and I think i may have a winner here. Sprayed this on one arm and EL's Beyond Paradise on the other. As for the latter, blech!!!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I love the smell! The smell of this perfume is light, fruity, and romantic! It is also gentle, not overpowering at all. I am very picky with perfume, and this has my glowing stamp of approval. The packaging was not the best (large bottle). The little design at the top fell off. Also be careful when you lift it. You must lift from the bottom, not the sides. Despite the packaging, the perfume is fantastic. You will love it!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry, Olive, Cool Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Black
I bought the Eau de Parfum set recently, and it's become my everyday go-to perfume for school since the mini bottle comes in handy for re-application. I've got quite a couple of compliments whenever I wear this, and I've got to say its lasting power is pretty good (3-4 hours). Love Kills Slowly is more of fruity-floral scent that is absolutely mouthwatering, though it can get abit too cloying at times. Its top notes consists of apple souffle, mango, wild strawberry, ruby red grapefruit; which is what contributes to its yummy, delectable aroma. This perfume is definitely a warm, vibrant scent that is best fit for spring and summer; perfect for your average fun-loving, free-spirited girl. I'm absolutely in loving it!