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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 kept smelling this perfume over and over again- not because it smells that great, but because I have been trying to figure which other perfume on the market it reminds me of.
The perfume smelled "good", but the scent was unremarkable (though I am remarking on it :-))
I really dislike perfume samples - especially when I feel like I can get them for free so easily. This one was so-so. The smell was not anything special and could be a little overwhelming. I also wish that the sample had a pump on it so that it could be controlled more.2
The sample is was very small. I get bigger samples for free when purchasing from Sephora. I wore this to work one day and my co-worker came in and said it smelled like hairspray. Needless to say, this didn't make it past the first day. The smell reminded me of Clinique "Happy" or Elizabeth Arden "Sunflowers" which are fragrances I would have worn in Jr. High.2
While this smelled pretty good, it was way too flowery for my taste. I usually wear something more fruity or warm. This smelled almost old lady-ish to me! Maybe I need to just try it on my skin to see how it reacts with my body chemistry.2
This perfume is very expensive, yet it's so strong and it smells like my grandmother's.2
I guess I am picky when it comes to scent. However, this scent just was not me and I won't be wearing it.2
I did not like the smell of this product. Too strong for me.2
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