54% would repurchase
on 8/21/2018 10:39:00 PM
More reviews by JasReviews
I got this as a sample from Sephora, and it's one of the first pricier perfumes I've smelled in a while. I used to love perfume when I was younger, but since I'm a broke student, I totally forgot about that love... until I smelled Midnight Fleur! I was actually shocked at the negative reviews because I thought everyone would love it as much as I do, but I guess it is a stronger scent that might not appeal to the masses. I'm very new when it comes to understanding different notes, but something in this perfume is just intoxicating to me... I haven't bought a full size yet because just the roller ball is CAD$36, so as of now I'd say it's worth the price since it definitely does not smell cheap, but it's also not affordable for someone like me. Overall I'd say it's a veeery sexy scent, and I have worn it during the day, but people around me could smell it so I think from now on I would just wear it as a night time scent since I don't want to be THAT person at school or work. If you're looking for something very heavy and musky (I guess?), definitely try Midnight Fleur!
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on 8/7/2018 3:02:00 AM
More reviews by jessitanner
I was looking for a night time fragrance. I don't typically enjoy most night time fragrances as I find them to be too overpowering and very heavy. But I was pleasantly surprised by this one. I really love it. I don't detect the notes that it's marketed as....which is absolutely fine with me because I'm liking what I smell so far. Another good night time fragrance to check out is Dior Poison. Doesn't smell or remind me of this NEST Black Tulip FYI.Definitely always recommend getting fragrance samples before committing to buying the full bottle
on 6/12/2018 7:47:00 PM
More reviews by tabloid
I love NEST scented candles and want to try as many of them as I can. Sahara Spice is a "gourmand" fragrance: when my husband first smelled it, he said it reminded him of spiced hot chocolate. It's both spicy and sweet, with notes of nutmeg, vanilla, coriander, ginger and cardamom on a sandalwood base. I like it but I don't love it, because it's a bit too sweet for my taste - but then, I don't have a sweet tooth and find most desserts too sweet. However, if you like Middle Eastern pastries and gourmand perfumes, you should definitely give it a try.
on 4/29/2018 12:24:00 PM
More reviews by BrigitteBardot
Maybe I'm the wrong person to review this, but I find it to be too masculine and mature. I prefer young, girlie scents like Flowerbomb, Princess, Hot Couture, etc.
on 1/14/2018 6:32:00 PM
The company's website says it wanted to recreate "the aroma of a wintertime fire" and this really is perfect for the dead of winter (yesterday we had a snowstorm and tonight the temperature is going down to 20 below zero, so I am definitely looking forward to a cozy evening in my living room with a scented candle burning). The predominant scent is oud wood: dark, dry and warm, with frankincense and smoky embers as supporting players. I absolutely love it, although not everyone likes the smell of oud and in that case, this might not appeal.
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