Creed • Jasmal • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||56%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
If you have ever tried the discontinued TRUTH by Calvin Klein, then you get the just of this. On my skin anyway, there is ZERO jasmine detectable. this is PURE green. I happen to like green scents, so i was excited about this, but where is the jasmine ? If this had a more pronounced jasmine, i would have loved it. I even tried layering this with Marc Jabobs BLUSH ( a WONDERFUL jasmine by the way!), but to no avail. The green just ate it up. This is like Kai, without the gardenia. You know how Kai has that green, leaf-like note ,esp at the beginning? well this is like that through and through, the floral part cannot get out from under it. More $$$ saved for me. Miller Harris Jasmine Vert was also a disappointment to me. I am sticking with BLUSH.MAKE SURE YOU GET A TESTER OF THIS. I read the reviews here and almost got a bottle unsniffed. I got a decant of ebay.Thank goodness. This, to me anyway, was very unlike the reviews i read here. Like i said, no jasmine on my skin.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I like Jasmine scents on other people and I enjoy it as a room fragrance, but if I wear a fragrance with the slightest hint of jasmine it usually wrestles every other ingredient to the ground, stands up, sticks its chest out and then proclaims in a gruff manly voice,"I am JASMINE! Smell me!" I don't usually like that, but this is the exception. This is a nice little Jasmine man in a suit, neatly 'coiffed' who speaks politely and yet seductively. Jasmal is definitely heavy, flirty, womanly, seductive. It actually changed my mood when I put it on; I felt about 15% sexier--who knew I could GET any more sexy than I already am? ;) Perhaps it's because it was created during a bombshell era(1959), I don't know. I just know it's sex kitten-ish. It isn't casual on me, though, like some other reviewers--a little bit heady. I wouldn't wear it very often, but I give it four lippies for helping improve my relationship with Jasmine.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
I'm not a floral gal but Jasmal knocks my socks off.
When I think Jasmine, I think sweet, strong, heady, cloying and nauseating but not so with Jasmal.
Jasmal smells so genuine, so real.....like the Jasmine plant, leaves, stems and all.
It started out with an animalic note on me that I didn't enjoy in a floral....like unwashed hair...but that quickly disappeared and I was left with a nice, soft, green and sophisticated floral.
I'll really enjoy this in spring/summer and am glad that this one is now a part of my collection,
Age: Unknown Skin: Other Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
Jasmine doesn’t get any sexier. I didn’t realize how seductive this scent was until I wore it to work and felt extremely self-conscious! Jasmal is lushly green, and downright earthy. This sensual side of it comes into its own after a wonderfully verdant opening. I imagine one of those effortlessly sultry French women wearing it – you know the coquette with sexily disheveled hair, who can wrap a scarf around her neck and swipe on red lipstick and voila! Ooh la la! This is definitely springtime in Paris. Lasting power is also quite good.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is a very sexy jasmine! Jasmal is not a green jasmine to me at all, but more like fresh-picked jasmine with a hint of sweetness instead. Although I have the EDP, the lasting power is not that great, but I guess this can be say for a lot of jasmine perfumes. For example, Joy is another jasmine perfume, but it doesn't last very long either. I am giving this a 4 because I wish that the lasting power is a little bit stronger, but I will definitely buy another bottle when mine runs out (which won't happen for a long, long time, as I have the 2.5 oz bottle. Lol).
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This began with a sharp, heady, animalistic jasmine similar to that of SL A La Nuit. Unfortunately, instead of getting better with the drydown, it got worse--stale, sharp, and green. I have a lot of trouble with jasmine on my skin, and this is no exception. I wanted to love this since I grew up idolizing Natalie Wood (my mother's favorite actress), and I share a birthday with her. Unfortunately it wasn't meant to be. AG Le Jasmin remains my favorite jasmine.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
Off the Top I must say Jasmine is my favoute note in a scent. To me it is what makes a perfume sensual .I would say this is a perfect Jasmine , it opens with confidence , (for a second I said Diorissimo to myself) then if fades to a lighter close to skin scent on me. Pure Jasmine ,I so wish it would last but it must be applied often. Yes the dry down is fast ,and poof it leaves as so many Perfumes I enjoy do. If I do not enjoy them they smell horrid . So I am very happy with the Pureness of this Jasmine,and for once might want to spray it ( I dab all my fumes) Also fading does not bother me due to the fact I may go to JOY later in the day and it is a perfect underlayer for it. (JOY is also a Fader)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
To me, this is textbook jasmine: sweet...perfumey...demure...proper...with a hint of rose. I have to admit that I like a modern, earthy edge to my florals. I want my jasmine to be rambling vines full of dewy, milky, honeyed flowers rooted in 4 inches of damp sandalwood mulch...with a saddle near-by...and maybe like a lit cigarette and some deep black tea sitting around...sigh...too bad i quit smoking...maybe if i wore this as a smoker, i would like it better...
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
A crisp, green, very daytime jasmine that is almost salty, as opposed to the creamy sweet sultry variety which usually does not agree with me. Jasmal is casual, yet at the same time flirty and feminine. It ranks among my top fragrance picks, probably because it reminds me of a much loved girlhood favorite, Yardley's Oh de London. [Oh jasmine... oh spring clover... oh stolen kisses, oh de London...] OK, enough of strolling down memory lane. Unlike many other Creeds, on me this has wonderful staying power. I hope it's always available somewhere because I never want to be without it.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Really mixed feelings about this one. I bought this directly from Creed in NY, and the first bottle they sent smelled very strange. The cap smelled like rotting leather, but when the fragrance was sprayed it smelled OK. I sent the bottle back and they sent me another one- same thing: rotting cap, fragrance OK. I actually don't feel well wearing this perfume- sort of nauseated from some unidentified note in it that lingers forever. Not for me.
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
This smells just like the Queen of the Night jasmine plants I bought at a local Indian market. Lovely and green. So very different from the usual jasmine scent. Fresh and green.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal Hair: Black Eyes: Black
Wow, I can't make up my mind on whether I love or hate this product.
When the Saks lady sprayed this on me, my first reaction was "EEEEK!" This perfume, a blend of tuberose and jasmine, smelled literally like horse piss on my skin. It was so disgusting, I had to leave Saks right away so I don't faint. Maybe I really hate tuberose, but the smell really didn't work, plus I didn't smell much jasmine.
Three hours later, I smelled my wrist again, and I finally discovered what a crisp, elegant, summer-night jasmine smell like. It's a fresh clean pure jasmine scent that really transport you to a separate world. This is the clean, unadulterated jasmine that I've been looking for in a perfume for the past 3 months.
So -will I buy this? Unfortunately, no. If I had to experience that inital gag a few more time, my nose will sink into a permanent olfactory malfunction. I don't know where to find another jasmine fragrance this crisp and pure, without the initial horror, but the search continues.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
DH loves this and says it smells like real flower petals. He also thinks it smells a little like lilac. I like it a lot too, a very beautiful and refined floral.
Age: Unknown Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
According to Creed, this scent, which was designed for Natalie Wood, is a rare jasmine based fragrance that is a uniquely sparkling yet seductive bouquet. And to me, it is the truest jasmine I've smelled. It smells like the whole jasmine plant, dew laden leaves and stems along with the delicate flower. I never tire of it, and even my friends who claim to hate perfume, love this one. Definitely one of my all-time favorites.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
Wow- it's like the other reviewers are talking about a different fragrance than the one I know as Jasmal. In my experience this is a rich, deep, heavy, spicy floral. In fact, it's so rich and spicy my husband was wearing mine for a while, and it smelled great on him! In fact, my brother loved it on my husband, but thought it was too "heavy and plasticky" on me- they both thought it was by far a better men's fragrance than women's. Weird. Have they reformulated it or something? Anyway, this is definitely a great fragrance!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This one despite the greenness or maybe because of it, has won my jasmine contest. Or at least tied first with the other contenders!! I think it may be a man magnet.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
The best jasmine scent I've tried. I'm not one who likes heavy, heady scents so this is wonderful. It's the truest jasmine I've ever sniffed...in fact, I was shocked by how true to the actual blossom it was, I compared it right away to the jasmine plant I've got in the house. This is one the few fragrances where I can say that I absolutely love the dry down--in fact, I like it more than its initial scent. It turns a little greener as it wears on me, and on me, lasted all day. I usually stay away from florals or one-note scents, but Jasmal almost made me change my mind. Would not buy this though, for the exorbitant price and the fact that I wouldn't really wear it, as lovely as it smells.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
My husband, known for his deep and insightful thoughts on scents when I thrust my arm under his nose, said this one smelled nice. His usual response is "wash that s--t off," so this one is a winner. I think Jasmal is wonderful, despite his rather lackluster approval. Since this one is the only one that got his approval at all in the last few months, as I have been exploring many new fragrances, I will be wearing this often when he is around. His saying it as nice was tantamount to extraordinary praise.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Black
This is a very nice jasmine fragrance, depending on what kind of jasmine you like. If when you think "jasmine," you want something clean, pretty, fresh and light, like tiny, green jasmine baby buds yet to bloom, this is a great fragrance. However, if when you think "jasmine," you want something heady, deep, lush, dark and sultry, reminiscent of the night-blooming variety at its ripest, fullest bloom, for example, then this will be a big disappointment. Also the staying power is terrible.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
While this is a very sophisticated version of a jasmine perfume compared to synthetic versions, I almost find it smells too sharp, almost like a hairspray, maybe too much alcohol in the formulation? Then it fades to nothing. I think a little bit is all I can take, I don't reapply. I don't want to give it away, but I wouldn't buy it again. I really think it's my body chemistry.