YOSH Omniscent .96 EDP Perfume Review

YOSH Omniscent EDP

Within the niche market, it’s popular to offer soliflores and perfumes that smell like a place. What I’m surprised by is just how simple most niche perfumes smell like: fig tree, church incense, lipstick, etc. I’m not saying that anything is wrong with that. But, what I’ve noticed is that many niche lines aren’t doing “big” perfumes that smell like you know, perfume. YOSH Omniscent EDP is one of those big perfume-perfumes.

Omniscent opens as a Powerhouse with a capital /p/. It reminds me of Dior Poison at a hippie summer music festival. It opens with these heady white florals, “French” lilac, stewed plums, dried figs and a spicy incense.  Yes, there is a lot going on but that’s the point. With time I notice more herbs and a powdery vetiver. This is not a shy perfume. The perfume “settles” into a soft spicy, smoky opium incense, vanilla and sandalwood. All of the words one would use to describe perfume are used to describe this perfume: floral, powdery, sweet, smoky, green, woodsy, fruity. In fact, YOSH had difficulty fitting this perfume into a category and that is where the name “Omniscent” came from, “an all-encompassing scent with a little bit of everything.” It seems to fit in all of the categories.

This isn’t a perfume for everyone. It’s huge. It’s big. It’s got more going on than Cher in the 80’s. And this is exactly why people are going to like it or dislike it. It has drama, baby.

Lyda Roberti

Notes listed include gardenia, Egyptian tuberose, fig, lilac, violet, kush (vetiver), Tunisian opium, vanilla, sandalwood, basil, clove, geranium, and pink grapefruit.

Give Omniscent a try if you like big, dramatic perfumes in the 80’s style. Or if you like Dior Poison, CdG Daphne, aroma m Geisha Noire, Serge Lutens Une Voix Noire, YSL Opium and/or Caron French Cancan parfum. I view Omniscent as feminine and as an “evening” fragrance.

Omniscent is a powerhouse of a perfume and has above average projection and longevity.

The 1.7 oz EDP spray of Omniscent retails for $110 on Amazon.

Victoria’s Final EauPINIONEverything but the kitchen sink. Big ‘ole perfume. It has a lot going on so people will love the drama or hate the drama. I like it but I have to be in a special mood for it. One of those moods when I want to wear more makeup and wish my closet contained more rhinestones.

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*Sample provided by PR. I am not financially compensated for this review. My opinions are my own. Lyda Roberti pic from Product pic from The Scented Hound. Post contains an affiliate link. Thanks!

7 thoughts on “YOSH Omniscent .96 EDP Perfume Review

  1. The way you describe this, it sounds like my kind of thing. I really like drama in my perfumes, and I love Yosh’s Ginger Ciao, so will add this to my “need to sample” list.

    1. Ginger Ciao is my favorite Yosh perfume. And then Omniscent is my 2nd. I have to be in the mood for it and when I am it’s great. I wear it and wish I had more rhinestones in my closet.

    1. Yes, I know that she has some retailers in Austin. My favorite is Ginger Ciao. Sombre Negra is good too.

  2. Thank you for this review. I gotta try this glamourousness!
    ‘It’s got more going on than Cher in the 80’s.’ 🙂

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