Narciso Rodriguez • Narciso Rodriguez for her • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||62%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Curly, Fine Eyes: Brown
I tried the edt today, one spritz has been on my left arm for about five hours. At first, I found it too mature for my taste (I'm 25) mostly jasmine that while lush can't compare to the real thing (the more real fresh jasmine I smell the more critical I am of the note in perfume). It seemed similar to the Tatiana perfume I got once at the 99 Cent store (which was fine, cause it was only 99 cents). Now that time has passed, the drydown is reminding me off Benefit's Maybe Baby, the way it smells on my friend, which I love. Soft, hinting at powder, rose, and the faintest bit of peach. But nothing juicy! Nothing bright. Just faint and clean. I put "no" because I don't think I would pay retail prices for this, but a sample would be nice. Worth trying.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
Instantly repulsed by this scent. Never, never have I conflicted with a fragrance. Instantly ran to the bathroom to soap up my wrists to rid of the scent. Needless to say, it went back pronto to Sephora.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Other
Whenever I get the chance, I will definitely buy a full bottle. I got a sample and my friend also wears this addictive perfume and we both go insane for it. My family says it smells very soapy but I think otherwise. It's such an intricate and yummy scent that I can't point out the notes in this perfume but I just simply love it, it's my favourite go-to perfume! It's a little pricey for me at the moment but once I have enough money to myself I will buy the full bottle and I will be a very happy camper. I recommend Narciso Rodriguez For Her x1000!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Clearly NR for Her is not for everyone, but for those who do love it, it can be addictive. People talk about 'craving' it and I can understand that. Although I could not wear it every single day (I never do that with any fragrance) it fills me great pleasure every time I smell it afresh.
I have a full bottle of the EDT and a decant of the EDP, which perhaps should be the other way around because I love the peach note in the EDP. Still, both are wonderful: warm, sensual, easy to wear without being bland or boring. I will say that for me the sillage and tenacity of both EDP and EDT are only moderate, but people's views on this vary a lot. Some find NR quite fleeting; others get hours. I think it may depend on how you perceive the musks. (A lot of people have trouble smelling some musks.) It is also possible that other people can smell the fragrance on you long after you have stopped noticing it.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Medium Brown, Warm Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
Sadly, I get no woods or earth or rose or anything. What I do get is Degree aerosol antiperspirant. I wanted to like this so much. I tried it with different soaps and body washes, but it never came out right.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I think this an amazing scent, warm and earthy (think woods and musk) yet luxurious, and it is one of my personal favorites. Unfortunately the husband thinks this smells "old lady" ish. When I wear this, I wear this for me.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Hazel
This fragrance is amazing. It is my go to scent time after time. I get so many compliments on it and it lasts forever. A little spritz goes a long way.
I don't think I can go to any other fragrance afte this one.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
Another go-to scent for me. A generator of compliments and yet a deeply comforting smell. Nothing to adventurous, but considered rather heavy in this country - where most women smell like shampoo or fabric softener.
I combine this with the body cream or spray on oiled skin for a bit more lasting power. I also put a few drops into a small bottle of almond oil, which makes the scent stay longer on my skin (almond oil is what I use instead of lotion when the temperature drops).
I will be buying this again, gone through a few bottles by now.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I absolutely adore this perfume but on me, it has literally NO lasting power :( So sad. After many reviews here say it's a heavy hitter, I guess that's why perfume is all about your chemistry. On me, it lasts 2 hours if I am lucky.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair, Warm Hair: Red, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
It's my signature fragrance since 2009 (pink bottle). It's addictive, it smells so good, so different and so classy! It is expensive, but a bottle lasts forever: a little amount is enough, it will last all day. Everybody around me is intrigued to know what it is because it has a unique smell. It certainly doesn't go unnoticed!
PS: Before buying it, get a sample. The smell certainly depends on the skin type and on your PH levels. Just like all the fragrances in the world.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I recently sampled both the EDP and the EDT. I have come to the conclusion they are two very different fragrances!
At first scent I fell in love with the EDP. It is floral with rose being predominant to my nose. However, the dry down hours later turns my stomach. I have tried this twice with the same reaction. There must be something in it that makes me nauseous but I don't know what it is. Pity since it's a lovely, creamy floral scent on me. I also find it very calming. The lasting power is amazing. I could smell it 8 hours later on my wrist. If it wasn't for the nausea, I would buy this.
The EDT is more woodsy and earthy on me, not floral at all. I really enjoy it, but the drydown is not very strong on me, so I can't smell it. However, I know it smells hours later, because someone commented on how lovely it was. I think a bottle of this is in my future. The scent is intoxicating and very unique and beautiful. I can see why it has such a following.
If you are considering this scent, you must try both the EDP and the EDT. They have some similarities but are not the same fragrance. Also, EDT is black bottle in pink box. EDP is pink bottle in black box, which is very confusing. I would think the pink bottle would be in a pink box, so there is a margin for error there in buying the wrong one if you don't remember this.
EDITED TO ADD: I bought a bottle of the EDT. This fragrance is just so enchanting and it lasts for so long that it's worth the money.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Medium Brown Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I really like this scent - It's probably one of the classier perfumes that I own. It's relatively 'heavy' and quite potent so I only need a tiny amount to last me for hours.
I find that it's become one of my main scents for night, as well as the autumn/winter months.
The packaging is cute - very modern and simplistic.
At the moment, I'm undecided about whether I'd repurchase. While I do like it, it isn't one of my favourites.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is MY ABSOLUTE FAVORITE perfume!!! It's sexy and divine... Ever since I have had children, I have a hard time finding perfumes that mix with my chemistry. A couple perfumes I enjoy to give an idea of the tones I tend to go with are: Vera Wang, Euphoria and Light Blue... All different. But Narcisco Rodriguez....oo la la!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
This is one of my all-time favourites. I don't really wear a lot of perfume or consider myself a scent pro, but I absolutely love this. I guess I would call this scent kind of "dark", it's definitely not bright and bubbly. Another reviewer nailed it on the head saying this is for women and not girls. I've never liked really floral, fruity, or sweet scents on me so this is perfect. Give this a try if you like muskier, subtler smells
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
One of my favorite perfumes.
Very dark, SEXY, unique smell. Adore it. I got my 3-rd bottle now.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Other
I love this perfume so much. I used to switch between several different perfumes, but since I discovered this, it's the only one I've been wearing.
It's a warm, sweet, musky-woody-floral chypre fragrance, and there's nothing else like it.
SJP "Lovely" and Guerlain "Idylle" are similar, but "Lovely" has a sharp acridness to it and "Idylle" is much more floral.
I have the edt version of this fragrance, and the only thing I'm not 100% happy about is how fast it fades. If you just spray it on the skin, it fades quite fast. Therefore I spray it in my hair or on my clothes (but it's possible that I've just gotten too used to it since I wear it so much). Will repurchase for the rest of my life! :D
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I got the EDT but have tried the EDP and from my opinion they're not so much different from one another. Very SJP Lovely-like but classier. Quite atrong smell even the EDT, so easy on spraying. Love it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
On me...well maybe i'd like it, except i am definitely allergic to it (if i spray it on). It smells plastic and toxic, like hairspray and plastic dolls.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Red, Medium Eyes: Other
(EDP version - pink bottle)
This to me is very much like a combination of SJP "lovely", Stella McCartney "Stella"/ "Rose Absolute", and Hermes "Eau des Merveilles". For Her starts out similar to Stella, a very bright and deep floral with a hint of sweetness, but quickly simmers down to a salty and sweet musk like Lovely or Eau Des Merveilles. I wasn't floored by the generic clean smell of the top notes but I'm obsessed with the dry down. It's a yummy salty musk with just the right amount of sweetness to distinguish it from a completely masculine scent (though it's quite unisex so guys can definitely wear this!) If you love musk, you will adore this! Though there's not enough musk to make this sultry or sexy like some other reviewers described (Try Eau des Merveilles for that). Nor is For Her so cloying that it falls with the teeny bopper fragrances. This is a radiant fragrance that happily lingers between the heavier powdery perfumes for the mature crowd and the candy sweet perfumes of the younger crowd. This beautiful skin-smell is youthful and possesses a subtle elegance and femininity that will never overpower the wearer but is enough to make her noticed. This is going to be a staple scent in my collection to layer with Stella McCartney Rose Absolute (:
EDIT: I finally got around to trying the EDT version (black bottle). Many reviewers have said that the two are so different from each other but I think they're identical in the opening and middle notes, the only difference is the dry down: EDP has more of a natural salty-musk, skin-scent base that stays on the entire day whereas the EDT is more floral, sparkling and ephemeral in its longevity. There is a hint of musk but it's much more played out in the EDP version. The main focus of the EDT is the top fresh notes that bares a more striking resemblance to Stella McCartney's Stella than the EDP does. It's a very girly, clean yet still sophisticated scent that evokes youth and naturalness. Personally, I equate musk with depth so the more musk there are the more complex I feel the fragrance is. For that reason I would choose the EDP over the EDT. But they are both amazing sister scents that can be alternated for day/night use.
Moreover, If I were to describe each scent in one word, EDT would be "pretty", for it captures the essence of a young modern feminine woman well. The EDP would be "beautiful" because it encapsulates the timeless essence of everything that is feminine.
Bottom line: get the EDP pink bottle if you love musk, and love to have a fragrance close to your skin that blossoms with your own chemistry to create a natural scent. Get the EDT black bottle if you love to feel like you're pretty, clean and fresh all day long
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I smelled it one someone in a work meeting yesterday, and couldnít get over it, so I had to review it. I occasionally stray from my signature scent, Beautiful. I bought this one time after a SA sprayed it on me at The Bay.
First I didnít like it, and went on with my day. The smell kept getting better and better. After I went home, I couldnít get over how good it smelled, and went back and bought a bottle.
Itís definitely not a girly smell. Itís sensual and musky (in a good way) yet feminine. Great staying power. The scent is very unique. I donít think you can find a dupe for this one.
Smelling it yesterday brought back a good memory of how good it was. I will definitely purchase it again next time I cheat on my signature scent 