Overall rating
3.9
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71%
would repurchase
3.9
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Overall rating
71%
would repurchase

Latest Auric Blends Reviews

Egyptian Goddess
5.0
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a month ago

I have always loved the smell of musk and it is definitely apparent in all of my favorite perfumes. In the last few years, the “cheap” musks have smelled nauseating to me or “off”. The drugstore musks (Bonne bell, jovan) weren’t doing it for me. Kuumba made EM gave me a headache. I had very low expectations of Auric Blends EG but happy to report I am mesmerized by it. It had almost a smoky quality to it that takes the sweetness. I am very, very happy.

Egyptian Goddess
5.0
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a month ago

I have always loved the smell of musk and it is definitely apparent in all of my favorite perfumes. In the last few years, the “cheap” musks have smelled nauseating to me or “off”. The drugstore musks (Bonne bell, jovan) weren’t doing it for me. Kuumba made EM gave me a headache. I had very low expectations of Auric Blends EG but happy to report I am mesmerized by it. It had almost a smoky quality to it that takes the sweetness. I am very, very happy.


Egyptian Goddess
2.0
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a year ago

I usually don't review the products I don't like because perfumes are very YMMV. Egyptian Goddess was one fragrance on the very short list of fragrances that have ever made me feel ill when on my own skin. It is Auric Blends top selling smash hit fragrance! Gucci Rush is another and I still love Gucci Rush and will try to wear it sometimes. I just tread carefully. I do not know what the ingredient is that is so incompatible in Egyptian Goddess. I threw it in the trash and I almost never throw anything away. I'll donate or something but after making the mistake of trying it on the last time I chucked it. I also got "burning tires" from this one. I almost feel queasy thinking about it now. For the price and the fact that they are in oil form in these great rollerball bottles there isn't much not to like. All I would say is sample, sample, sample. By the time you've spent money on a bunch of impulse buys you could have bought a fragrance you know already know you love!

Egyptian Goddess
2.0
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a year ago

I usually don't review the products I don't like because perfumes are very YMMV. Egyptian Goddess was one fragrance on the very short list of fragrances that have ever made me feel ill when on my own skin. It is Auric Blends top selling smash hit fragrance! Gucci Rush is another and I still love Gucci Rush and will try to wear it sometimes. I just tread carefully. I do not know what the ingredient is that is so incompatible in Egyptian Goddess. I threw it in the trash and I almost never throw anything away. I'll donate or something but after making the mistake of trying it on the last time I chucked it. I also got "burning tires" from this one. I almost feel queasy thinking about it now. For the price and the fact that they are in oil form in these great rollerball bottles there isn't much not to like. All I would say is sample, sample, sample. By the time you've spent money on a bunch of impulse buys you could have bought a fragrance you know already know you love!

Aphrodesia
3.0
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a year ago

This is one of the most intriguing fragrances I've ever tried. I love AB Egyptian Goddess, Chinese Rain, Tropical Rain, and Patchouli. From reading the description of this fragrance, it seemed I had found my perfect scent. Instead, I found the most interesting scent. This oil is so confusing to me. I still don't know solidly whether I like it or dislike it. When I first put it on, it smells like someone squeezed out a cloud of baby powder in my direction. I should mention that baby powder is a repulsive scent to me. So, immediately I was put on guard. However, shortly after applying it, it changed to a strong chalky scent. By chalky, I mean it smelled exactly like a stick of chalk. For whatever reason, I quite like the smell of chalk. Admittedly, it is quite similar to baby powder, but it is different enough that I actually enjoy it. As it dried further, it developed into a very pungent clean and soapy smell. If I smell the skin where it is applied, I do detect a powdery rose scent along with faint vanilla. I do not smell jasmine or sandalwood at all. I have tried this a few times since I purchased it to see if I can make a final decision on it, but I have not yet. My next step is to try it at work and see what other people think. If I get positive reactions from it, I will probably decide I like it since we all know what it's like to be around someone who you think smells delightful, and if I get negative reactions, I will decide it's not worth the mental and emotional effort to force myself to make a decision. I'm not going to wear something that is off-putting to those around me. I'm now kind of nervous to buy other AB scents aside from the ones above because their description for this one was so incredibly off.

Aphrodesia
3.0
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a year ago

This is one of the most intriguing fragrances I've ever tried. I love AB Egyptian Goddess, Chinese Rain, Tropical Rain, and Patchouli. From reading the description of this fragrance, it seemed I had found my perfect scent. Instead, I found the most interesting scent. This oil is so confusing to me. I still don't know solidly whether I like it or dislike it. When I first put it on, it smells like someone squeezed out a cloud of baby powder in my direction. I should mention that baby powder is a repulsive scent to me. So, immediately I was put on guard. However, shortly after applying it, it changed to a strong chalky scent. By chalky, I mean it smelled exactly like a stick of chalk. For whatever reason, I quite like the smell of chalk. Admittedly, it is quite similar to baby powder, but it is different enough that I actually enjoy it. As it dried further, it developed into a very pungent clean and soapy smell. If I smell the skin where it is applied, I do detect a powdery rose scent along with faint vanilla. I do not smell jasmine or sandalwood at all. I have tried this a few times since I purchased it to see if I can make a final decision on it, but I have not yet. My next step is to try it at work and see what other people think. If I get positive reactions from it, I will probably decide I like it since we all know what it's like to be around someone who you think smells delightful, and if I get negative reactions, I will decide it's not worth the mental and emotional effort to force myself to make a decision. I'm not going to wear something that is off-putting to those around me. I'm now kind of nervous to buy other AB scents aside from the ones above because their description for this one was so incredibly off.