61% would repurchase
on 12/10/2017 10:47:00 AM
More reviews by mspanic
This product works well and smells amazing... It makes my hair smell pretty all day and adds a little shine. Unfortunately something in it caused a horribly itchy skin reaction (like eczema) and I can not use it. I even waited till the first irritation on my throat subsided then sprayed a little on my arms, same reaction. It says all natural but I am sensitive to some essential oils... So I don't fault it. Lots of Aveda products cause the same problem. Too bad cause I just love it!! If you have reactionary skin beware!
on 12/8/2017 6:23:00 PM
More reviews by suzi2qs
This is a repurchase for me so I feel I must pay tribute. I don't get a rose note at all from this. Being a gardener of David Austin roses, "rose" has many interpretations. Certainly, I don't know what a "shadow in the water" smells like, depends on the water - North Sea vs. Hudson River........hmmmmm. For me this scent reminds me of gardening which I miss so much each year after I put my gardens to bed in late Autumn. I grow many things and this reminds me most of tomato leaves. Green yes, not too sharp as there is a note in here that prevents the scent from being overly granola. This one is tough to describe for me. It's a memory and a promise at the same time. It isn't a sexy fragrance for me, but comforting. I am on my third bottle so 5 lippies it is.
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on 10/27/2017 5:10:00 AM
More reviews by CandleDuchess
6. Diptyque Baies Scented Candle £52,Diptyque The French Perfumer produce scented candles made from a high quality vegetable/paraffin wax mix that burn cleanly and evenly with a lead-free wick made from cotton and a unique mix of natural ingredients to produce an assault of incredibly seductive scents that are reminiscent of exotic destinations. Fruity, Floral, Herbal, Spicy and Woody, all packaged in a clear glass tumbler with the trademark black and white labels.The Baies luxury candle would suit candle lovers who prefer the fruity category but i think it would be equally at home in floral also. Its combination of blackcurrant leaves and roses that at first may not sound like a desirable mix, This candle definitely leans towards the spicier, woody fragrances. This Candle really caught our attention. we all realy fell in love with the freshness and originality of this scent. It has the perfect mix of sharp fruitiness and delicate floral, neither scent overpowers the other but they compliment each other beautifully.You can buy Dyptique candles online and they are available in a variety of sizes: the small size 70g retails at £20 and the larger size 190g at £40, there are also larger, outdoor and coloured versions of some of the candles available.www,candleduchess.comhttps://candleduchess.wordpress.com/top-10-candles/
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on 10/22/2017 10:39:00 PM
More reviews by FrenchToast
Nice but not Especially MemorableNotes: Cardamum, Elemi Resin, Olibanum, Bergamot, Pink Pepper, Juniper, Saffron, Black Tea, Musk, Ambergris, Vanilla.Eau Duelle is the first fragrance I have smelt from this house. On my skin it opens with a very fresh and aromatic juniper, accompanied by spicy pink pepper. This is followed by the tea note and what must be saffron. Then, strong notes of vanilla and elemi follow and persist until the end. Ambergris is one of my favourite notes, but unfortunately I do not detect it in ED.ED is nice. It is pleasant enough. I do not dislike it, but it is not a stunning fragrance. It reminds me a little bit of Habanita EdP, although I find Habanita more appealing than ED. At moments it seems to approach gourmand status but not quite. It has a certain degree of sweetness, but the sweetness is tempered by the spiciness and the tea note.Eau Duelle is unisex, office friendly, welcome in almost any venue. I do not see it as a date night fragrance, though. I can imagine anyone from 20 somethings to 60 somethings wearing it. I think it would wear well year round, but it may be more comforting on crisp Autumn days and nights as the tea, vanilla, and elemi notes lend a snuggly dimension to it. If you test ED and find you love it, the good news is that it has stellar longevity which is rather uncommon these days.Overall, ED is pleasant but not especially memorable in my opinion. Of all the listed notes, I like the juniper note most for its realism. Fragrance: 5/10Projection: 5/10Sillage: 5/10Longevity: 9/10
on 10/6/2017 8:30:00 PM
More reviews by MelissaMH
Breathtaking. I currently have a mini-obsession with Diptyque going on right now and this scent is why! I used to think that Philosykos was my one true love, but then I met 34 Blvd. Saint Germain. I was so intrigued by Diptyque's description of the scent as an amalgam of the house's most iconic scents that I bought it without first sampling it (I don't have a Diptyque counter near me, so I really have to rely upon my own imagination) and my sole regret is that I waited a full year to do so. Just as described, this scent is multi-layered and complex. Some may think that it's just a blend of the house's most popular scents and in some ways, that's true, but it's so much more than that. Initially, I wasn't that taken by it as I first found it to be almost too much wood and resin, but this is a scent that takes time to develop. Altogether, I get fruit, spice, green, and floral, slowly over time. On its own, it's fantastic, but layered with your favorite Diptyque scent, it's incredible. The packaging is also divine. Lasts all day on me, which is surprising for an EdT. I can't wait to try the white-capped, Spring version of this scent, which is supposed to be greener, and I love green. A must-have.
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