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Created by celebrated perfumer Francis Kurkdijan, this blend makes good on its name, charming both us and the people around us. The fruity floral scent balances heady Moroccan rose with tart berries to create something you’ll want to year-round.
I'm not big on rose or musky scents and this perfume has both. However, the scent is light and fresh for those who do not mind rose+musk.2
This scent is long lasting, however the smell changes as you wear it and ends up smelling like a generic classic perfume.2
Not really my scent. Kinda reminded me of Pledge. Smelled ceder-y at first with a warm, fruity fragrance. Smelled familiar but couldn't place it.2
I was drawn in by the adorable packaging, but the scent disappointed. It's far too strong on the floral notes and the sweetness of the scent is overwhelming as well. If you're into a really intense, girly, flowery scent then this might be good for you, but it definitely didn't do anything other than give me a "perfume headache." Will be passing these samples onto co-workers.2
I am the kind of person who likes sweet and fruity scents. This one veers too much into the floral musk range for me.2
I'm sorry, But this fragrance has such an OLD, Old Lady smell, that it makes me nauseous and I can't get it off of me fast enough...I have tried numerous times to wear this sample, always to the same result... I have gone through 2 bottles of the Not A Perfume fragrance, and I wanted so much to like this fragrance as well.. However, I just can't give this a good review...1
I am not a fan of this perfume at all. It is very overpowering, and it reminds me of a fragrance an elderly women would wear.1
This product smells so bad! It's horrible. I didn't even use the sample.1
I am very particular about perfumes and body sprays. The scent of this perfume just doesn't sit well with me.1
This scent was way too over-powering and musky for me. Less feminine than I would typically prefer.1