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Tahitian Holiday (2008)
by Avon


Tahitian Holiday information

Year of Launch2008
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 19 votes)

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About Tahitian Holiday

Described by Avon as "A fresh, exotic scent with notes of white blossom, tiare and coconut"

Tahitian Holiday fragrance notes

Reviews of Tahitian Holiday

A cheap & cheerful tropical blend of coconut, vanilla & gardenia, this is fun, sweet & girly. lt's also very similar to B&BW's Tiare Flower, which l owned a bottle of before giving it away to a friend. lt's not at all complex or interesting & it doesn't last long, but it's perfect for taking on a beach holiday & spraying liberally, then ditching the bottle before your return home.
29th March, 2014
Not to everyones taste as it is really sweet but I love it because I love the smell of coconuts and this really does make you think of a sunny, tropical holiday. However someone did ask me if I had used a certain brand of hair mask but it didn't put me off and I get lots of compliments. Very girly
29th June, 2010
smells simalar to Harajuku Lovers G...only this has a more aquatic tone
05th August, 2009
Celia.D Show all reviews
United Kingdom
Coconut is the over whelming scent, which is fine for getting me in the mood for a tropical beach holiday; but i can't imagine wearing it at any other time. There is no complexity here and it is a very linear scent but as smileica says - it can get a bit boring after a while.ood silage.
14th September, 2008
Coconut, salt and tequilla:-) Perfect for summer. Quite longlasting and intensive. But there's no scent for me if it isn't oriental-flower, so I got bored and gave it away.
23rd July, 2008

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