Escada • Cherry In the Air • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||81%|
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination, Tan, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Hazel
Fell in love with this perfume from the moment I heard the name. I love the smell of cherries and hoped it would live up to my expectations when smelling it. It did. It smells of warm cherries and sugar. Not cough syrup or cherry soda. It is playful and sexy. Every woman of any age could get away with this scent. You will smell sweet for hours, not overly sweet but nice. The staying power is good. I find myself sniffing my wrist during the day. One of my favorite Escada perfumes. Now I need the rollerball version for travel. LMK if you have one. =)
Age: 44-55 Skin: Very Oily, Medium, Neutral Hair: Other, Medium Eyes: Blue
This definitely smells like cherries and it has decent staying power. It's a great spring scent that's light and not too floral in my opinion.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is a very sweet scent. the first note I smell is cherry. The rest is some floral scent reminds me of Victoria Secret fragrances. I can see a teen or women in their early 20s using this scent. This does not last long on me. Only around 3 hours.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Love it!! My signature scent of the moment. Very similar to Ralph Lauren #2
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Medium Eyes: Brown
This is my first Escada summer perfume since Moon Sparkle--for the past few years they've been smelling similar to some previous editions that I had. Cherry in the Air finally seemed like something different so I was eager to try it. I had a hard time finding the 30mL bottle (I like jumping around a lot with scents so whenever I buy a perfume or lotion I try to get the smallest size), so I went with the 50mL bottle.
I loved the 1960s-inspired artworks for MS and Taj Sunset (though I didn't collect TS because I'm not too crazy about tropical, mango-dominated scents), but the watercolour illustration for CitA is a nice change--it captures the sprightly, playful mood of the scent. The bottle is in the same design as CitA's predecessors since MS--not the greatest at keeping upright, but sleek and attractive nonetheless. The cherries on the bottle and the ring are cute touches. The scent itself reminds me of something from Bath and Body Works, though I don't remember what! Unlike BBW's many pungent and domineering scents, however, Cherry in the Air is gentle and unobtrusive. I did fear after reading some reviews that it would smell sour or like maraschino cherries or even cheap candy, but luckily, this isn't so with my body chemistry. It starts off with cherries and raspberries, with a soft sweetness that doesn't at all come off as sickly. The fruity notes then rapidly fade (but are still present) to soft sandalwood and musk. My only wish is that CitA lasted longer, but other than that, this is a great fragrance for those who are sensitive to strong scents.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I actually really like this fragrance, and I'm not a sweet or fruity kind of scent lover normally. I love the dry down. It smells clean and fruity, not sugary sweet and fruity.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Green
This is a very unique fragrance. It's sweet maraschino cherry scent is very pleasant and instantly picks my mood up. It does kind of remind me of Luden's Wild Cherry lozenges... but I like that. The staying power is better than most Escada fragrances. Overall, this is a great Spring/Summer scent and I will definitely repurchase again.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Smells like a less powdery/dusty, less heavy BBW cherry blossom. I like it because it has a twist of fruit scent in there as well.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
Some of the reviews in here are harsh... 'fruity toilet water?' If you havent gotten the clue by now, you must be slow... EVERY scent that Escada has, ESPECIALLY the limited addition fragrances that come out EVERY summer, like clock work- are fruity. They are very sweet, sugar, fruity scents- some are bold, and others like this are a bit more subtle- such as this one. There are MANY of us that that simply cannot handle the rosey, flowery, vanillay, musty, old lady crap- that just ends up giving me a migraine. I think it's funny that some of the reviewers know Escada enough, to know that there scents are on the sweet side, and they know they dont like sweet- yet they insist on writing a review. I understand some people feel like this smell on them was artificial, to each is their own. I happen to love this scent, almost as much as I loved their Rockin' Rio. This one is sweet, yet its so mild that I can see this particular scent appealing to more people than some of the other fragrances by Escada. I will admit that the price on this bottle was a bit spendy. I still bought it because it was unique in that I have never smelled anything like this scent. One thing I hate is when fragerences become predictable, it makes it no longer fun. Escada may be predictable in that they appeal to those who like fruity and sweet fragerences, however NONE of them smell anything like the other- they are all different in their own right. Also, i noticed some had issues with the staying power of this scent... I dont know if they actually BOUGHT the bottle, or are just writing a review based on a tester that they sprayed on a piece of paper at the store (in which case you shouldnt even be writing a review, especially not on the staying power since testing it once- along with whatever else you sprayed- at the fragrance counter really wouldnt make you credible anyway). After wearing it for several days, I noticed that it does not smell the same after a day at work, compared to after first spraying it. although, I like it just as much.. it just as takes on a different smell... one less fruity and more clean and soft. 5 lippies for this one, like all other Escada fragrances...they never get old!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
Got a small bottle of this today for a pretty decent price. I usually do not go for Escada fragrances because I know that the lasting power is poor, and usually fruity fragrances and I don't get along. This smells like Cherry Fanta on me, and for some reason I want to smell like that at the moment.