It's easy to wear, for both sex. It's refreshing but just doesn't last but what do you expect from a cheap fragrance. A cheaper alternative to Millesime Imperial by Creed but that is it....cheaper alternative as it's not nearly as quality as Creed MI. Little sharp at the top with citrus has. I gave this a 3 star but it's still a thumbs up because anybody can wear this and it's easy to enjoy.
An easy wear & an even easier buy. The only thing thats off-putting is the garish art on the bottle, but I ain't knockin this frag off just because of that. Refreshingly sweet & bright, with a hint of sharpness. Great for a hot hot day like today, and a great pick-me-up scent or something to wear on a casual day. And take note, THESE are the type of scents women dig here in the tropics, not those thick syrupy concoctions many BNers hold so dear (of which I am guilty of owning several beyond-my-budget bottles of as well). Will always have this in rotation as long as it's around.
I bought this on a whim for $20 at a TJ Maxx on vacation this past weekend. I have to say that I can't knock this fragrance in any way except that the packaging and bottle art are atrocious. If I can manage to put this juice in a generic atomizer, I will.
But this isn't about the art or Ed Hardy being a ridiculous brand...no, this fragrance is actually very pleasant and the positive reviews are what led me to blind buy. I'm pleased with it. I honestly can't knock this stuff. It's safe, citrusy, dries down nicely and the price point is hard to argue with. I dislike EH in general but they win with this fragrance, IMO.
Generic Bergamot, violet, cedarwood. Throw in some Absinthe to give alittle sharpness, and you have...a generic citrus that is a little sharp. Very generic.
Eurgh. Cheap and nasty generic drug-store melon and musk smell for youngsters. Avoid
07th March, 2013 (last edited: 18th March, 2013)