Givenchy • Organza Indecence • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||80%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
Madagascar vanilla, a hint of patchouli incense, some comfort spices, very comforting. Slightly boozy, and I even get a little hint of cocoa. Definitely to be applied lightly - one could easily go into diabetic shock with this, incense or no. That said, I'll definitely be angling to get more of this into my collection!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous woody-vanilla scent that somehow manages not to be too-sweet or too little-girl like so many other vanilla scents can. (For the record, I hate candyfloss scents like Pink Sugar but adore the vanilla in Indecence.) It's definitely a cold-weather scent for me, manages to be both incredibly comforting and oh-so-sexy, and has lovely sillage and drydown. Just be careful not to over-apply!
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination Hair: Other Eyes: Brown
If you like FM Musk Ravageur, get this. If you like Hermes Ambre Narguile, you should sample this. If you are looking for patchouli and vanilla, this 'ain't' it (can't really pick patch up as a note here although there is plenty of vanilla). I simply don't remember when was the last time I enjoyed wearing a fragrance this much-- and I wear tons of fragrances, some of which are way pricier than this! This is what I wanted Musk Ravageur to smell like. This is ten times better than FM's Musk Ravageur and can be found for much less on the Internet. This has cinnamon, jacaranda wood, patchouli (supposedly because I can't smell it here), vanilla, musk (barely there), and amber. The patchouli is not very evident on me, it simply doesn't surface on my skin. The amber is not dirty and it's well in the background. I get mostly a woody vanilla and a cinnamon note from this perfume--- with a hint of musk. This is sexy, but not as aggressive as Musk Ravageur. Instead, this is warmer and more pleasant. This, in my opinion, is more comforting to the wearer than MR. Indecence will make it to my top favorites this winter. I have to warn you that this must be sprayed on with a very gentle light touch. Don't give yourself a full spritz of this. Instead, lightly tap the 'spritzer thingy' and aim a few tiny drops of juice on each arm, cleavage and wherever else you apply your fumes. You might not smell it much at first, but this scent is a grower. Once this starts opening it can be overpowering and cause you a headache if you overdo it with the spritzing. A few tiny spritzes is all you need. Also, this is most definitely a cold weather scent for me.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
In my opinion, this is one of the most gorgeous scents around. It is rich, warm and exotic with its woody vanilla notes. It is quite strong and lasts exceptionally well, so it's certainly best not to overdo this one. I think it's the perfect winter fragrance as it's so warming to the senses. Also quite sensual and alluring. One of my favourites.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I looooove this fragrance in cold weather. It warms me up like a hot toddy! It's a sweet mix of vanilla, woods and spices, and like many fragrances with this mix of notes, it lasts and lasts. I tried this after I was disappointed in Parfumerie Generale's Cadjmere--I loved the dry down but couldn't stand the opening. This has similar notes but is more linear and also sweeter, so it works beautifully for me. I am stocking up!
Age: Unknown Skin: Other Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Ah, Indecence, how I do love thee.
This is one of my very favorite cool weather fragrances. It is warm, spicy, rich, and creamy without being foody or cloying. Lovely notes of spice and vanilla and woods meld seamlessly, with no one note shouting out and taking charge. It's a bit linear, but when it starts this good I don't mind that it finishes the same way.
The bottle is a bit odd and seems ill-suited for the juice, but that didn't stop me from purchasing back-ups when it was discontinued. Glad to hear that Givency has brought it back in their exclusive re-releases, though I haven't sniffed to see if it's been reformulated. That would be a crying shame.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Lucky I bought a couple bottles before the prices online went waaaaaaaaaaay up. Cannot say much more than has already been said. Love it. Enveloping, sensual, simultaneously comforting and arousing. A feast for my senses.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I don't get it. Why is this such a cult favourite? I got a bottle for Christmas a few years ago and wore it for quite awhile, but it was always "like," never "love" between Indecence and me. On my skin, it's just a sweet liqueur, like butterscotch schnapps or something. It's not unpleasant, but neither is it particularly special to me. On the plus side though, I heard it's being re-released... so that's good news for those of you who did love it so much!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
Let's get the packaging out of the way: I hate it.
Now for the fragrance. When I first spray it on it is vulgar and very common bordering on vile but once it penetrates my skin it is like no other fragrance I have ever tested and I ... let's just say I have a bit of a fragrance addiction. Once it is warmed by my skin (15 minutes) it evolves into a soft, creamy, spicy, resinous beauty that stays close to the skin. Very sexy and very easy to wear.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I see this recommended all the time for people who are looking for soft orientals. This stuff is a vile, cloyingly sweet amber/incense/patchouli/musk mixture. Those, by the way, are some of my favorite notes. But not like this. There is nothing soft or subtle about this fragrance. Just the thought of it turns my stomach. Much, much too sweet and heavy. Syrupy even. I would never wear this.