Elizabeth Arden • Britney Spears - Midnight Fantasy • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||71%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I bought this at Marshalls years ago not knowing what it smelled like and I was not disappointed. This stuff is awesome! It was only $10 for a 1.7 oz bottle. I got so many compliments on it too! It smells more appropriate for women 18-25 but I feel most people can wear this. I'm assuming it's more popular now because of the twist fragrance Britney has been advertising for.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Curly, Fine Eyes: Green
We all know that celebrity perfumes have gotten really out of hand, but Midnight Fantasy is one of the few that I think are actually worth your money.
A lot of lovely descriptions from other reviewers about the scent, and I completely agree.
I first smelt it wafting around the air at a party once and I fell in love immediately. I had to know what the perfume was and luckily the wearer was able to tell me it was a Britney Spears perfume. It just smells like the yummiest lollies, it's such a sweet yet sexy (ergh, sorry for that!) smell, perfect for summer nights out, and when you're feeling fun.
The lasting power is great and I've re-purchased it, plus have one sitting around once I'm done with my current one.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
This is one of my favorite perfumes. For starters, the lasting power on me is amazing, it lasts all day, all night, and then some. I don't love the initial spray of this, it smells like sweet berries, and potpourri, but after it wears a little bit it settles into a delectable, youthful, creamy comforting berry scent. If you don't like fruity, sweet, but somewhat creamy smelling gourmands, avoid this.
*Edit* I felt the need to edit this review since I've been wearing this perfume a lot more recently, never before have I been complimented on the way I smell as much as I have while wearing this. It seems particularly popular with men and for that reason, I think this is my new signature fragrance.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Brown Hair: Brunette, Medium Eyes: Brown
WAY TOO SWEET. I like sweet perfumes, but this is way too sweet for me. It's like bubblegum and cherries. Too sweet for me. Will not re-purchase
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Olive Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
Anyone remember those JuiceBar body sprays? This smells just like the Cotton Candy one. IMO at least. It smells so good. I just wish it had better staying power.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
First off, don't be ashamed of your love for this perfume people. You might not like Ms.Spears or her music but, she did not don a white coat and smart girl, tortoise glasses and man the lab! I was in the market for a pick-me-up and stumbled upon this little ditty. Sure, it's simple, linear and unsophisticated. But, it's also happy! Someone here had a great description that I will rip off: "Imagine a massive cartoon BLUEBERRY hurtling down from the sky and deliciously exploding on your head into a thousand sparkling maraschino cherries and a few fat cupcakes"! Yes, it's exactly like that and I love it!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Say what you like about Ms. Spears, she, or rather her perfume team certainly know how to create a gorgeous fragrance! The original ĎFantasyí I have purchased around 4 times in my life, itís the most sugary sweet yet feminine fragrance that is so distinctive! Midnight Fantasy is just divine, itís a mix of black cherries, plum, orchid, freesia, musk and amber. Itís really sweet and fruity, but definitely not as sweet as the original Fantasy. I love how succulent it is, itís dark and sophisticated and I can really smell the berry notes.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
After researching this perfume and reading many reviews I was very keen to lay my hands on this perfume. Reviews read, this was a sweet, young scent; personally I love sweet scents; I am a big fan of harajuki lovers-g, so I was hoping that this would match my love for harajuki lovers. The packaging itself is gorgeous I would purchase it just for the bottle. When I first sprayed the perfume, straight away I could see why many reviews mentioned the strong, almost sickly, overpowering smell. However after a few seconds I could not stop having a sniff, this is not my type of scent but I do love it, I can see myself getting a lot of compliments wearing this perfume. The scent is richly fruity and reminds me of sweets, this is a fun perfume and is more informal and immature. I would defiantly re purchase this, however I don't think I will be for a while, as I bought the 100ml bottle from Superdrug (£20) which I'm sure will last me months (even years).
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I like this scent. I'm kind of picky with perfume even though a lot of them go well with my skin.
Anyways I'm not too aware of the price because I got it from my mother, but I use it. I usually take a little and then I smell sweet all day.
It's not for "little girls" and not for "grown women", I'd say it's a young woman or teenager. I put it on in the morning and leave the house with my jacket open so the smell will vanish a little (it's strong in the beginning).
There must be something right with it because people always say I smell nice (or maybe it's just me). If you are grown but would still like to use this fragrance I advice you to only spritz on a little as it's kind of strong for the "adult" scent.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I'm usually drawn to more complex, introverted, serious, and almost unisex scents (Jeux de Peau, Bois des Iles, etc) but I've been on a kick lately and collecting tons of affordable, sugary, whimsical scents.
Midnight Fantasy is arguably the sweetest and silliest of the lot. I don't wear it daily, but I do love having it. Despite the name, it's not dark or sensual, and there isn't a single drop of seriousness in that dark indigo sphere.
It's irreverent, fun, LOUD and almost disgustingly-cute. I can't describe it as anything other than an epic, neon-violet explosion of tart mixed-berry juiciness glowing in black light. It's synthetic, but instead of smelling plasticky and fake, it just smells larger-than-life. It also lasts well, projects wonderfully, and doesn't fall apart after an hour.
So what if it's not the most complex, natural and nuanced scent around? That's like saying every song should be classical, played using only real instruments, and come in 3 standard movements. I find this a great example of the technical mastery of synthetics, and perfect just as it is.
On the aside, my mom, the quintessential perfume hater, was gushing over MF when she smelt it on me. She said it reminds her of sodas she used to drink as a child. A perfect expression of that sense of joyous self-indulgence this fragrance elicits.