I was looking to create an explosion of light and refreshing notes through an ever-changing perfume. Fruits ( bergamote from Calabre; grapefruit; melon) blend with green, vegetal accords. The top and heart of the fragrance releases a marine, floral note wrapped around a crystalline jasmine, shrouded in Ambroxan.
Bergamot, grapefruit, melon, pink peppercorn, lavender, jasmine, maté, sandalwood, cedarwood, tonka bean, musk
Fresh and intimate fragrance for each instant of life.
Posted by Tania on 26th Oct 2016
Clean, Cool Water cologne type of fragrance. I don't really like ambroxan, and it lends a musky, sheer quality here. Sweet, lemony citrus, clean and slightly powdery musk, watery cologne, a hint of lavender and herbal tones... but mostly I couldn't tell this apart from a handful of other department store aquatic colognes.
Posted by JanLast on 14th Apr 2013
I love all the notes, just wish they would last a little longer, and the grapefruit could play a longer note.
Posted by LandHo on 25th Feb 2013
It's a very nice "light" scent. That's the start and stop of it. I'd be fine with wearing it again but it doesn't call to me as something distinctive and different.
Posted by clockmilk on 1st Mar 2012
Agree with "just me" that this is a very familiar department store fragrance. It's pleasant, but not interesting. So if you like smelling like a Nordstrom's but don't want to pay the big brands, try this.
Posted by just me..sampling on 24th Feb 2012
Well.. its just too ordinary,imo, on the flip side,the scent is rather long lasting,and projects well.