Since citrus is a scent that is used heavily in many men’s colognes, perfumers need to be sure they don’t use so much citrus in women perfumes.
I’m not a Dolce & Gabbana fan. I liked the original Dolce & Gabanna scent, but I’m not too crazy about any other fragrance they have. They always manage to make their women perfumes smell like men.
The description for Light Blue says: An astonishing fragrance that evokes the spirit of Italy…the infinite sky, the deep sea, and the lighthearted joy.
They said nothing about the notes in the fragrance. Maybe because the only notes are the notes we smell right off, and that’s LEMON!
When I first smelled this, the note that stuck out the most was in fact lemon-lemon Koolade to be exact. And to be honest with you, lemon is just about all I smell in this perfume-and I hate lemon.
Well, I hate strong lemon. If the lemon is mild and sweet, I can handle it. I once had Lemon Sugar body mist from Mark cosmetics, and I ended up giving it to my sister. It smelled more like lemon than sugar, and I couldn’t stand it.
Lemon always manages to smell green, don’t you think? Every time I smell strong lemon, I also smell something that smells grassy. I don’t know, maybe it’s just my nose…
This smells lemony, grassy, and light blue. Whatever they put in it to make it smell “light blue” made it smell like a man. This is a masculine scent. I wouldn’t recommend this to women, or straight women.
I give this scent 2 out of 5 stars. It’s $62 a bottle.