Chloe • Love, Chloé • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||62%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I received this scent in a sample size bottle I tested it twice and loved it. The scent is just so powdery and very unique. I decided to hunt it down since is hard to find. I got it at Sephora and it was pretty pricey but I decided to get it. I love it so very much, every time I wear it I get compliments on how soft is and how wonderful the smell is. Wow I just think this is one of my all time favorites.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Fine Eyes: Blue
I read some of these reviews & think there can be no way I have used the same product. Perhaps it is an issue of chemistry, I do think it smells rather pleasant when I sniff the cap, but upon application it goes all wrong on me. It smells like very potent insect repellant on me & something in there gave me a headache at the base of my skull & up behind my eyes at the same time. I get no flowers or powder & it didn't improve on the dry down.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I do like the dry down. Love chloe has a interesting range of purple flowers. as notes including one of my favorite wisteria flower. Love chloe perfume smells similar to Sensuous by Estee Lauder perfume.
Age: Unknown Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
Love, Chloe is like a powdery musky rosy-beige "nude" perfume. Like the face on a cameo. It's a neutral warm powdered scent (same family as Sensuous Nude, Rihanna Nude, JLo Glow, Lacoste Pour Femme, SLP Lovely). Yet it's a powder I feel like I can almost bite into. Does that make any sense? Like the scent has been compacted into a chew, and I can almost bite into it.
Love, Chloe has an old-fashioned feel to it, like the scent of retro make-up. The scent of lipstick, foundation, and loose face powder all rolled into one -- plus a soft dusty rose. It's demur and ladylike -- Rose from Titanic could wear this -- or Esther (played by Judy Garland) in Meet Me In St. Louis. It's almost like White Shoulders to me (my first perfume love), only featuring a rose heart instead of tuberose.
Do I like it? Yes, very much. For me, it's much easier to enjoy than Chloe EDP 2005, because it has none of that one's sharpness. Love, Chloe, being powdery, is much more soft, smooth, round, & gentle than Chloe EDP. Very pretty scent, "feel-good", calming, comforting, uplifting.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Fine Eyes: Brown
Rather bland but pleasant light floral with watery notes, with a faintly powdery vanilla base. Overall nice but nothing new or different in any way. Okay.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
It's absolutely beautiful. It's powdery, floral, and spicy. But it's sexy, extremely sexy. I think the wearer has to have a weird seductive side yet be innocent at the same time. The shy/confident type. The lover and a fighter.
Men and women alike love this. I'll catch people smelling me. They can never get enough but they can never figure me out. They look at me more confused.
I made a man fall in love with me while wearing this. His face was buried in my neck the entire evening while he promised the world to me.
But more than that, when I wear this, I am so in love with me.
Sadly, the scent doesn't last as long as I hoped. Only a few hours.
The bottle its perfection. A small gold chain connects the caps to the bottle.
When I went to buy another, I attempted to try a new sent, but in the end I realized Love, Chloe was so me. And so gorgeous. So unique. And perfect.
So my relationship with this perfume continues.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Red, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
I think this perfume should get 100%. It's a really feminine and elegant perfume. Perfect for day/night time.I received a few samples and immediately after I smelled it, I know this is it, this is the one. It has been my favorite for years. Out of every perfumes, I chose this. Best perfume everrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
Not sure what moved me to buy this in the first place, since I wasn't all that crazy about it. It's appropriate for daytime because it's light, powdery, with hints of floral. It doesnt accost you. I really prefer my favorite, more assertive & sexy scent for nighttime (Creed, Love in Black.. for dates and whatnot). BUT, as it turns out, my boyfriend loves Love, Chloe and hates the other one. Other men have complimented me while wearing this scent as well, and I suppose that's really the point of fragrance.
Guess I'll be enjoying the Creed in my alone time
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Hazel
I really wanted to love this one, based on all the reviews that described it as a soft, powdery, and old-fashioned floral. Sadly, although I can detect softness and creaminess deep down, a shrill, headache-inducing note (the pink pepper) gets in the way. So many modern mainstream fragrances give me headaches that I've largely stopped trying them, so I was disappointed by yet another dud.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
AWWW YEAH. I've spent MONTHS searching high and low for my next fragrance (particularly for my Wedding). Fragrances frustrate me; I have bought many perfumes over the years only to grow sick of them or find a note that I hate that becomes most prominent on me. Lately, each morning as I was getting ready at my dresser and looking over my options for fragrance, I was disappointed. Fragrances are very nostalgic for me and I was more than ready for a new fragrance to take me through the happiest time of my life.
About six months ago, I tried a perfume by Frederic Malle, called Iris Poudre. I loved it SO much, that I seriously considered buying it despite its $200 price tag. I decided to keep looking to see if I could find something I loved just as much and it took me six months to do so.
Enter: Love, Chloe.
I don't know a lot about perfume, but I know that I'm picky. I also know that fragrances often turn on me by the end of the day and usually the least desirable note is the one that's most prominent on me. I typically like floral, powdery scents (hence, Iris Poudre) and Love, Chloe I would describe as exactly that.
It's beautiful. I don't know how to explain it, but it's like I took a shower in the nicest smelling soap ever. I typically don't like soapy-smelling fragrances, but this is luxuriously classic-smelling. I don't know how to describe this adequately, but it's just so unique and clean, soft (and a little spicy), romantic and warm, but almost as though it couldn't come out of a bottle. I think this is the first fragrance that has made me understand what a signature scent is supposed to be: you can't put your finger on why you love it, but it just works.
LOVE Love, Chloe.