The website says, “The fragrance originated from a desire to capture a childhood memory of driving to the Palm Springs area from Los Angeles, as the wonderful scents of orange blossoms and night blooming jasmine permeated the air.” Well, after smelling this fragrance I know why people will put up with expensive Southern Californian real estate. This stuff smells amazing.
The fragrance isn’t very complicated. This can’t be a long review even if I tried. There are three notes that I can identify and three notes listed. (So my smeller isn’t broken.) First, I smell crisp orange blossom. It’s citrusy but not fruity. Then, I smell the honeysuckle. It is sweet and floral. It smells just like the real thing. It’s like having the windows down and a gentle breeze brings it in for you to enjoy. Finally, there is is the mixing of an excellent quality of night blooming jasmine which smells just like the night blooming jasmine tree that we used to own. It’s a wonderful experience to wear this fragrance. My husband fell in love with. Of course he always falls for jasmine. He jokes that this is all he wants me to wear now. Which is saying a lot, he knows that I have at least 500 or so bottles of fragrance plus samples. He wouldn’t stop sniffing me and wanting to snuggle. Which is nice. Plus, I love the fragrance so it is a keeper.
It is oil based and wore strongly and truly for at least 5 hours. Of course, this was according to my perception which may of grew numb to it after that time. And it was the hottest day here and wore that long. It’s available at Beautyhabit.
Now I understand why all the young Hollywood “stars” love it so. It is rumored that Lindsey Lohan, Michelle Trachtenburg, and Scarlett Johansson wear it. Well, if it is good enough for Buffy’s little sister then it is good enough for me.