Oh it's incredible in moderation on warmed skin. It smelled so woodsy and warm on her. I haven't worn it in a long time, but I found that it worked better on the chest/collarbone/neck area the best. It definitely has to have warmth or it runs the chance of going bitter. It's probably one of the most finicky fragrances I know of. Put on to much and you'll never get past those top notes. The dry down is so warm and heavy on the vetiver. The florals that stand out are ylang ylang and rose. It's an unusual scent. But if wears well on someone, look out! The best way wear it is to hold it about a foot away from the collarbone spray once....and make sure not to get it in your face because it doesn't even begin to go away for 12 hours. Even if you wash it's still there.
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1/11/05 at 4:13pm