Christian Dior • Miss Dior Cherie • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||58%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I haven't purchased a new perfume in forever but I had to have this one. It's not like anything I normally wear and I wasn't sure about it at first but I tested it out at Ulta one afternoon and by that evening three people had assured me I should get that one.
Picked up the 1.7oz size a couple weeks ago and I'm quite happy with it.
Most perfumes are something I'll only wear on special occasions or when I go out but this is one I can wear daily. For this reason, I've already purchased a second (3.4oz) bottle.
It smells clean and light but not too light and I love the interesting stages it goes through. I've noticed it definitely smells different on me in different spots though. But always nice.
It smells young but not as young as some reviews make it sound. I don't think it smells "teenager-y". It has enough spiciness in with the sweetness to bring it up the maturity scale a little.
I'm 26 but my 56yr old mom loves it too. Lol. And she's usually not too keen on sweet stuff.
Also, I'll admit I thought the commercial was really cute and the bottle is adorable. That's why I looked for it to see what it smelled like in the first place. Lol.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
This review if for the 2005 version of Miss Dior Cherie - classified as a fruity chypre. Please keep in mind that my review is based on about two weeks of testing. Sometimes I find that fragrances need more time to grow on me and evolve; changes in body chemistry can also influence perceptions. This fragrance has obvious gourmand touches - the opening is awfully sweet and juicy (strawberry and popcorn) and distracts a bit from the middle note which is pink jasmine which my poor nose can not smell. It calms down after a bit, but goes into a rather monotonous sweet blend that lasts and lasts. Finally, the patchouli/musk drydown - which is a more faint and clean version of Chanel Coco Mademoiselle's drydown - which is my favourite part of this fragrance. In short: Starts sweet, load and obnoxious - boring middle - refreshing drydown.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I am a huge fan of the classic Miss Dior and was really disappointed with this sugary sticky sweet version. I prefer spicier or woodier smells than burnt sugar so this is not for me. It makes me feel sick after a few minutes and gives me headache.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I'm not very good at describing ingredients or what notes are in perfumes, but i do know that this is such a sexy girly smell. Sweet dn sugary. I was given a bunch of samples of this when I visited a counter and only ever tested it on my wrist then one day at a bustop I smelled the girl next to me wearing this and realise how much it smelt nice. When I wore this to work yesterday my friend said 'you're wearing miss dior cherie!' and said she can smell me from afar. Definately go get this if you want to feel sexy and it lasts long. There's still a strong scent on my shirt.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This is my "posh" perfume that I wear when I'm feeling a little more lady like! I got it as a present and love it's fruity, fresh feminin scent.
Lovely hints of strawberry, jasmine and citrus but still with a hint of musk.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is a pleasant gourmand scent. My boyfriend is crazy about Hanae Mori's "Butterfly" which I find too syrupy sweet( In HM Butterfly, the berries are too honeyed-up and they compete with the vanilla, imo.)
I bought Miss Dior Cherie to appeal to his apparent affinity for candy-like smells with strawberries.
Similarly to FlowerBomb, Miss Dior Cherie opens with a flurry of strawberries, cotton candy and sugar creme. After a few minutes the sugar becomes more caramelized, as you are introduces to a faint whiff of the patchouli base. The dry down remains sweet with the patchouli becoming more dominant, whilst the sugar and vanilla linger. Although the berries in the top notes do not remain distinct through the dry down, they do seem to soften the patchouli throughout, so that you are surrounded in a spicy-sweet aura for the rest of the day.
I'll have to see what my boyfriend thinks of this...
I would compare this scent to Flower Bomb, but it is undeniably sweeter. I thought flower bomb a little softer and more elegant. Unfortunately, Miss Dior Cherie lacks the other's more subtle, powder and freesia notes, making it a little more of an obvious, trendy gourmand. Still it is one of the best gourmands out there- more dignified than Pink Sugar and the like.
I'll probably buy it again for nights when I want to seem edible but still grown up enough to have a scotch.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Red, Curly, Fine Eyes: Green
One of my favorite scents for the softer side of my personality. I normally like a darker, spicier vibe, but this is irresistable. Very classic and girly, just fresh and feminine. The bottle is ultra chic, I love seeing it on my dresser. Little things like a pretty package make life better, I say! Plus Sofia Coppola, one of my favorite directors, created a gorgeous commercial for the fragrance- scenes of a beautiful girl frolicking through Paris, complete with music by Brigitte Bardot. The clip really epitomizes Miss Dior Cherie! According to Sephora, some of the notes are patchouli, carmelized popcorn, and strawberry sorbet. How can you beat that? Love it, and will probably repurchase many times.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Other, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
This is one of those scents I just don't get. I had smelled it a while back, didn't like it. I gave it another chance a few months later, didn't like it. So while browsing some reviews, I ran into all the positive ones for this fragrance. Thought I'd try it, again. (When will I learn??) I did as suggested by several reviewers and let it dry down for an hour or so. Thought that was going to kill me. Had to drive with the windows down. Reminded me of an old lady who has driven around in her car all day smoking a cigarette. Not sure how I avoided a migraine, but nearly tore my skin off trying to get this crap off. I may have to amputate my arm.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I absolutely love this fragrance. I sprayed some on my wrists at the counter and I fell in love. It lasted for the whole day. So of course I bought it not too much later. I bought the smallest bottle, knowing that I usually only use half a bottle of perfume before I get bored with the sent. I was incredibly disappointed when I 30 minutes after I sprayed 2 sprays of perfume onto my wrist and neck, the smell had completely disappeared. I was hoping that my nose had just gotten used to the smell, but when I asked someone else if they could notice my perfume, they couldn't.
Even though I do love the scent of this perfume, I will not be buying it again because the lasting power, atleast with my skin chemistry is poor.
If anyone has any suggestions on how to make this wonderful perfume last a bit longer, feel free to let me know...
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Tan, Neutral Hair: Black, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Hazel
i dont have this but i sprayed it when i went to ULTA and i love it.. at first when i was in the store i wasnt feeling it.. but when i left i smelled my hand and wow i love it.. im going to buy it this week =]