I smelled this fragrance before, but forgot what it smelled like. I assumed I liked it because I’m a Dior fan. I was unpleasantly surprised, however…
The first note that hit me was rose. That wasn’t so bad. I like rose. It was a soft powdery rose-it reminded me of pink roses.
I then started to smell something purple (I have the ability to smell colors). It smelled like lavender. That was cool, too, because I like lavender. But lavender is very strong, so you have to make sure you don’t overdo it.
Then the disgusting scents emerged-grape and lemon Kool-Aid powder! It wasn’t even prepared Kool-Aid. It was the powder mix! It was strong and stifling. It made me want to cough. It smelled like Kool-Aid powder was flying all over the place and it got in my nose. Ick!
As the scent sat on my skin, it got worse. The floral notes went away, and the Kool-Aid remained.
I believe this smells worse than Dolce & Gabbana’s Light Blue. This perfume is on the Clinique Happy level. I hate Clinique Happy.
I wouldn’t recommend this perfume to anyone. It smells like that soap that comes in those vintage inspired gift baskets.
It’s 67.50 a bottle. It’s definitely not worth the money. I give it 1 out 5 stars.
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