One afternoon, on a "let's go smell perfume at Northpark Center" day, we found Amazingreen nestled among the other CdG offerings on the scent wall at Sephora. When we put the fragrance on the strip, my husband smelled first and then nailed it: "Fancy Christmas tree car air freshener!"
To me this is an ecstatically exiting green scent. The only problem is it does not last and gets close to the skin 5 minutes after application which, considering the price, is a blatant daylight robbery commited by CdG. They should have done better with what could have been the best green scent around.
Cheap Synthetic Mess from the Discount Planet
this was money thrown away, cheap and synthetic, was used to cut Shalimar for an intereswting metallic afterglow, the scent in itself is a total waste of money, ruining the overall perception of CdG!
Cons: synthetic to the bone!"
less than ordinary
I have either bought a fake(Iam sure I have not as it was from Escentual) or the most boring scent ever.Sweet,cloying with melon hints.Dont bother with this one.
Pros: interesting bottle
Cons: just like any other cheap frag you might find in the pound shop
It's not green, it's blue.
Fresh, shampoo gel, aquatic, calone- style thing with a flinty drydown. Reminds me of Joop Splash a bit. It's pleasant, wearable and inoffensive and is obviously an attempt at a mainstream fragrance for CDG. Lasts about 20-30 minutes or so.
Despite a green bottle, a green name, and claims to have green notes it's really very, very BLUE and is essentially an AQUATIC fragrance with very few detectable green elements.
Good grief, I see 'dew mist' as well as 'gunpowder' is listed as a note in this fragrance.