Michael Kors Sexy Amber is a soapy/cosmetical honeyed lipstick type of amber dominant aroma with a touch of opening bergamot, orange blossoms (I suppose), a wet/herbal/rooty/waxy-honeyed central core, faint undiscerned floral notes (mostly rose, mimosa and jasmine I guess), a stout earthy patchouli and a soapy dry down mastered by powdery woods and resinous myrrh in my humble opinion. The aroma is powerfully ambery since the beginning, radiant, projecting a sort of toilette type of "feminine Victorian balminess" and kind of dense, vanillic and balmy/neutral (I mean mastered by a typically cosmetic-cremy, rosey, "hand foam-type" approach). I detect points of connection with the Dior Addict's resinous radiancy but Sexy Amber is less sweet and more properly honeyed/chypre (old school) in structure. The floral notes rise up marvellously as sophisticated undertone supported by patchouli and kind of a green spicy and earthy background. Sexy Amber is sensual and visceral in spite of its (in the average) synthetic approach and elicits an undeniable level of chypre old-school elegance re-interpreted in a modern/chic, finally sweeter, less satisfactory way. A pleasant glamour new generation amber.
P.S= I detect till the end an herbal/dry spicy/hesperidic/rooty undertone (with a persistent patchouli throughout) which renders this juice perfectly unisex in my humble opinion.
Michael Kors - Sexy Amber
A very averse perfume with a sharp fantasy flowery start - heavily aldehyde-overdosed, that ends in a sharp synthetic 'liquid' gourmand/amberous-way with a dreadful 'high-pitched' sweet tonality and a nasty, chemical warfare cloud-like radiation. Definitely not sexy, more like Slutty Amber...
An amber it is from the start, generic with a nonspecifically flowery background note; it attempts a sandalwood drydown with limited success. Silage and projection are, however, not bad, and the longevity quite decent with four hours on my skin. Very predictably unexciting - maybe that's the sexy bit?