Unlisted Brand • Natori • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||75%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
Hmmm I'm on the fence with this one... I heard this lady who made this fragrance on the parlux site and she made it sound so lovely... I really want to try it but cant find it anywhere. I like scents like, fantasy, fancy and paris hilton but I kinda want to have that one perfume that is just elegant and sexy. I think this might be the one if I could just know what It smelt like! I love the bottle it's beautiful... I have to try this
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
A soft floriental with powdery musk and amber base notes, very like an expensive French soap or face cream. It feels effortlessly elegant, and I'm enjoying it very much. I might need to seek out more.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
Good gosh the bottle is heavy!!! Didn't realize the heft until I opened it for the first time at home. Anyway, I have worn Fendi for years and am desperately searching for a replacement scent which speaks to me in the way that Fendi did. I enjoy Natori and it is similar to my beloved Fendi in the warmth and spiciness, but I am not totally in love. Perhaps time will make me forget Fendi and I will grow to love Natori more.....it is very nice and sophisticated....I like it aot or would not have puchased it along with the companion peices.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Wow this fragrance really evolves quickly. It starts off as mysterious dark rose and plum and then before the plum ripens it quickly becomes a very powdery patchouli that is more quiet and reserved than dark and mysterious. After a few minutes, the patchouli starts fighting its way forward and is met by a jasmine. Interestingly, the two battle it out in a beautiful way...leaving a pretty flowery amber in its wake. Very intriguing fragrance but not for me.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
powdery dark plum, very feminine mixed w rose & peony seamlessly, thick dark slightly smoky background.. is sexy vampy mysterious goodness. smooth & more cool than warm. The bottle is very nice too!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
What a pretty fragrance. Soft, not a punch you in the face at first application type fragrance. Graceful is a great way of describing it. I could smell the rose and peony. Faded quickly though. It's a scent I'd readily wear if gifted, but not necessarily something I'd rush out to buy due to the cost and lack of longevity.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Red, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Hazel
This is a very deep floral smell that is very sexy and feminine at the same time.Rose is the prominent note but after one hour the plum appears and makes it slightly sweeter. Staying power is good and sillage is OK and it appears to be a safe scent to wear on a date as it strong but not too strong! I would consider buying a full bottle.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
Natori reminds me very much of Tom Ford's Black Orchid, but deeper and richer; not sharp at all. Yes it is strong, only one spray will do for me for the day. If there is anything tangible that I could compare it with; it would be velvet in the deepest purple. The scent is comforting as it is romantic; very feminine. I wear it for the day and for the night. Many compliments on this fragrance; very unique!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
When i wear this fragrance i like to think i'm all alone in a pitch black vacuum in time. Not just in a dark vacuum but in a vacuum where light cannot enter into. Everything is very still and haunting. You walk deeper into this vacuum and you can detect a smokey smell. A smokey smell and something else. Something you would not expect to find in this tunnel. Plum. A deep, rich plum scent. Suddenly, a swift, violent wind hits you and you detect a little rose. A dusty, mysterious black rose. In the distance you see a shape. A form. It looks like it may be a ghost and you suddenly get terrified but as it takes shape you can tell its not a ghost. Its a delicate wisp of smoke. Patcholi to be more exact. And then, poof, its gone and you are plunged back into outer darkness again. This is Natori. Seriously, though, Natori is a very mysterious scent and could work as a men's scent. If you buy it beware of something. The cap to the bottle. It's HEAVY. It literally almost fell out of my hands when i held it for the first time it was so heavy.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
I received a sample of this with my Saks GWP and loved it immediately, it's the kind of scent that just gets better throughout the day. Saks.com says it's a floral oriental which makes sense, Chanel Allure is too and it's been my HG for over 10 years.
It's a great fall/winter scent as it's very warm like Donna Karan's Cashmere Mist but less powdery and more floral. It's not sharp like Thierry Mugler's Angel which I can identify from 10 yards away.
The bottle is really pretty, I prefer dark glass to keep the light from breaking the oils down. $110 for 3.4 oz, so it's a little more expensive than what I'd usually pay but it'll last forever and DH even liked it.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
The Natori lingerie line used to have a far higher profile than it does today. This was before the widespread availability of luxury European undergarments, something that was facilitated by the Internet's narrowing of the world market.
The new Natori fragrance isn't something I would select for myself, although I will say that it absolutely is congruent with being a scent associated with a lingerie line. It's powdery and milky through the heart and carries (to my mind at least) the idea of a woman's dressing table, something that has gone by the wayside--the "toilette" of powder puff and three-way mirrors and a bottle of signature scent as the final accessory in this routine.
Natori reminds me somewhat of the Yvonne LaFleur scent, but with a decided "milk bath" accord attached. Plum note sounds attractive, but Natori is not a fruity-floral scent. The plum is deeply embedded into the composition and appears, for me, closer to the musky base. The scent is one of those confusing "modern chypre" formulations that is neither here not there within that distinction. I sense vetiver in the base, below the dry powder, and this treatment is reminiscent of Fracas, another to work the idea of a sophisticated cosmetic powder.
Without sounding as if I'm speaking in secret code, this is a mature scent. By this I mean that I don't see it appealing to the youth market, where sweetness is the selling point. Natori might also attract those who like Iris Poudre's ashen iris; the effect of the smudged florals against dark powder is the same.
The core of Natori is what makes it unwearable for me. The suspicious sour note of root/moss with the dusty floral and milk bath pushes Natori beyond what I can tolerate. In trying to describe the aura of this type of fragrance the best I can come up with is "imperious," meaning that it lacks ease and flexibility outside of my impression of it as a lingerie scent.
The scent is all seriousness on me. There is very little in the way of topnote apparent and I was fooled by the plum; expecting sweetness I was surprised to find it a bit of unripeness in the note. Since I am above all casual, I found Natori to have a lack of humour. It sounded much better than it was and I am not sorry to pass it up.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Other Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Natori EDP Spray/3.4 oz.
EXCLUSIVELY AT SAKS. A floral oriental chypre, this fragrance opens with an effervescent bouquet of fresh rose petals enriched by deep, dark plum notes. The heart is an exotic and alluring hybrid of Ylang Ylang, Purple Peony and Night Blooming Jasmine. Slipping languidly over pulse points, Black Patchouli, Amber and a hint of Satin Musk complete this mysterious and tantalizing fragrance. 3.4 oz.
This is amazinig and lasting, I got a sample from Saks when I got the new NR fragrance. Love at first smell, The bottle is really different and black and heavy. The fragrance lingers on till the next morning.I guess Saks is the only place you can get it, big favorite of the sas and me, love, love I guess it is the patchouli, amber and musk, how can they miss, I bet this will be a big favorite. I think they also are in fashion tho I never heard of them before,
I already ordered a second bottle from the company direct, love it ♥♥