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Juicy Couture by Juicy Couture is a fragrance that I purchased around 2 weeks ago from www.cheapsmells.com.
The website had the perfume on special offer and it cost £24.95 for a 50ml bottle.
I had tried all of the different Juicy Couture perfumes in Boots about one month before buying this and I liked all of them, but preferred some to others. Because I tried them all at the same time, I couldn't remember what this one smelled like.
~ Price ~
Juicy Couture by Juicy Couture is available in 30ml, 50ml and 100ml bottles. It comes as an eau de parfum.
The 30ml bottle is available at www.cheapsmells.com for £22.26 (RRP £35.00).
The 50ml bottle is available at www.cheapsmells.com for £33.95 (RRP £45.00) - no longer on special offer.
The 100ml bottle is available at www.cheapsmells.com for £39.99 (RRP £62.00).
It is also available at Boots and Debenhams as well as many other department stores.
~ Bottle ~
The 100ml bottles are the best. Big, rectangular and chunky, but it does not look so big that it looks silly.
The 50ml bottle that I have is also chunky and rectangular. The bottle is made from clear glass and has the Juicy Couture emblem on the front of the bottle made from silver and white metal. It is very detailed.
The lid of the bottle is over two inches tall. There is a silver cylinder towards the bottom of the lid and this has a brown cord bracelet wrapped around it several times and a silver safety pin with a silver 'J' shaped metal charm and a cream coloured plastic charm in the shape of a crown attached.
You can remove the cord bracelet to wear it. The bracelet has a proper catch as well.
On top of the cylindrical part of the lid is a giant clear angled jewel, which looks pretty and reflects the light.
On the 50ml bottle the lid looks a little tall, doubling the height of the bottle, but it is still nice.
When I get the Juicy Couture Viva La Juicy, which comes in a similar shaped bottle, I intend to buy the 100ml bottle.
~ Scent ~
The perfume was first launched back in 2006 and won The Fifi Fragrance of The Year 2006 award!
It is very floral and fresh.
The top notes are watermelon, mandarin, pink passion fruit, green leaves, water hyacinth and marigold flowers.
The heart notes are tuberose, lily and wild rose.
The base notes are caramel, vanilla, crème brulee, patchouli and woods.
It is described as a fruity floral, but I'm afraid I cannot make out any of the fruity notes. The main note that I can detect in this fragrance is the hyacinth, which really stands out.
The perfume is very white floral. It has a slight sharpness to it, which comes from the hyacinth note, but I don't find it offensive at all. It is a very pleasant perfume and is quite feminine.
I imagine some younger girls might find it a bit too harsh. I am now in my mid 20's, but I tended to steer away from floral perfumes when I was younger, in favour of sweet and fruity scents.
I'd say this is a scent I'd choose to wear during the day rather than for nights out or special occasions.
I have found that it is long lasting on my skin and is still detectable 8 hours after application, which I have been impressed with.
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I really like this perfume. It is not as nice as Viva La Juicy or Viva La Juicy La Fleur, but it is still a lovely scented fragrance.
I like the bottle that it comes in, but wish I had opted for the chunkier gorgeous 100ml bottle.
The perfume is dominated by the hyacinth note and it settles to become a soft white floral fragrance. I really like the scent.
I have also been impressed with the longevity of this perfume.
I would recommend this perfume and I would definitely consider buying it again if my current bottle ran out.
Juicy Couture is a fashion brand who specialise in clothing and handbags. They also have an accessory and fragrance range.
The signature fragrance in the Juicy Couture is unoriginally titled Juicy Couture. Juicy Couture was apparently created to allow the wearer to "smell like couture". Juicy Couture is presented in an eau de parfum. Matching products are available to compliment and layer the scent including a body sorbet and a shower gel.
Juicy Couture EDP is present in a thick, decanter style, glass bottle. The faceted bottle is crystal clear allowing the tinted perfume inside to be noticeable. A silver neck provides a base for a gemstone style lid and the Juicy Couture logo is printed on the front of the bottle. The design is finished off by wrapping a black chord around furnished with charms.
Juicy Couture EDP has been created using 3 sets of fragrance notes. Each set of notes develop on the skin of a course of time.
*Top notes (the opening scent) -watermelon, passion fruit, apple and mandarin
*Heart notes (the body of the scent) - lily, tuberose and wild rose
*Base notes (the final scent on the skin) - precious wood, patchouli and vanilla crème brulee
Juicy Couture EDP can be purchased on the high street and online in 30ml, 50ml and 75ml sizes. The following prices/offers are up to date.
*www.feelunique.com - £28.90/£38.25/£51.00. Special offer of a free bag and 50ml body sorbet with the 2 bigger sizes.
*www.theperfumeshop.com - £34.50/£45.50/£61.50. Special offer 50ml plus perfume charm for £35.00.
*Amazon - £22.57/£38.25/£50.95
Having previously reviewed Viva La Juicy from Juicy Couture, I have learned not to judge a perfume by its tacky branding. I may not like the tracksuits but I do like the perfume and Juicy Couture EDP is no exception. I do feel this fragrance would have suited the Viva La Juicy title more than the other fragrance has but I won't dwell on that. The bottle for this EDP is quite stylish and rather masculine due to the strong rectangular shape. It is weighty so not one to be carrying around all the time.
*~*Reliving The Juicy Experience*~*
On spraying this EDP onto my wrist and neck, I am met by a vibrant, tempting fragrance. The emphasis is on an amazingly sweet cocktail of fragrance notes. At first it reminds me of Paris Hilton Heiress but on a less concentrated level. It is highly addictive and full bodied to the point it makes me crave a fruity, juicy cocktail. Whilst predominantly sweet there is a hint of fresh, crispness about the scent which I feel is a benefit of the apple. It is a lively opening with the passion fruit and watermelon taking centre stage and providing an exotic sweetness. There is a sugary undertone which adds another level of sweetness and mixes with the mandarin for a slight sharpness. It is very modern and doesn't lack in terms of strength.
30mins after spraying this EDP, my skin and senses are captured by the heart. The composition of fragrance notes used here are minimal and create a pleasant, floral bouquet. The lily is light and airy against the more dominant wild rose. Whilst I am not overly keen on strong floral combinations, I can confirm Juicy Couture makes use of the floral notes in a subtle, graceful manner. The sweetness of the top notes slips in to the ensemble and lace it with a delicate sweet touch. I love the heart and was pleased the sweetness carried through. The scent envelopes my skin for a good 5-6hours before dwindling and been taken over by the base.
Oh yes..the base. Where vanilla, patchouli, musk and amber often lurk before the scent takes its final breath. Juicy Couture claim that the base composition includes patchouli, woods and vanilla crème brulee. Short of sounding like a fancy dessert menu, this does sound like an interesting choice. This blend of fragrance notes is simply divine! It is worth waiting 6hours for and is a true treat which leads me to sniffing my skin when I know it is there. It isn't overly strong but sits close to the skin and lingers smoothly offering a little bit of creamy heaven to finish off a beautiful scent.
When I wear this, I am usually craving the base notes. The crème brulee addition is a creamy, rich vanilla sweetness. If it had been left to its own devices, I'm sure I would have been tempted to lick myself but it was tactfully but delicately joined by a light patchouli and a deep, woody element. Simply gorgeous and noticeable for a few hours on my skin and longer on a scarf or jacket.
Whilst aimed at the younger market, I would say anyone could wear Juicy Couture. It is sweet but isn't too youthful in my opinion. It is idea for day wear or evening wear and is heavy enough to be worn for a night out if you so please. I find it a bit too heavy for warmer weather due to the sweet blend. One spray on the wrist and neck is plentiful for lingering scent.
Juicy Couture is reasonably priced for a lovely bottle, decent fragrance and great staying power. It is a gorgeous fragrance and one which I will continue to wear whilst switching about with my many others. I cannot fault it to be honest so it receives a 5 star rating and recommendation from me.
Thanks for reading x
I must admit I loved this perfume from the moment it came out. So when I had the chance to buy it, I still did even when I tried it and the smell wasn't so amazing. I have to say though that I did get a couple of compliments when I used it.
The bottle is beautifully designed and comes whith a little necklace wrapped around the top. The charm on the neclace has a little J, a crown and a little safty pin. I've been wearing it and it looks nice so it's an added bonus.
The bottle is a little chunky and made of glass. It makes it a little heavy so not ideal for travel or pop in your purse.
The smell is nice but noting exceptional. It can be used as a day perfume if you just spray a little.
The dispenser stopped working properly after a few uses. I don't know if this is just my luck because I never heard anyone else complain about it. It just fell off one day and after that I have to press it a few times for anything to come out.
I am actually quite surprised by all the great reviews of this perfume because for me, having tried many different perfumes, i found this one to be really nothing special and i can't really see what all the fuss is about! I love the Juicy Couture brand and i'm a regular customer of theirs so i expected wonders from this perfume but i was quite disappointed with it really.
The perfumes description sounded so nice with it mentioning top notes of watermelon, passion fruit and apple to name but a few. But i didn't think these came across much at all, it certainly wasn't Juicy. For how expensive this fragrance is i expected something a lot better that i could at least smell on me. But it was so faint i had to douse myself in it to be able to smell it. I really don't think it is worth the money, you are just paying for the Juicy Couture name. Even the bottle is boring, aside from the Juicy Couture scotty dog logo, the bottle is very plain which isn't like Juicy Couture usual products!
For a 100ml bottle of this perfume you are likely to pay around £60 which is a lot of money to spend on such a weak smelling perfume. I wouldn't reccomend this one, sorry Juicy!
I purchased this perfume in the smallest size at Wal-Mart for $24 USD a month ago. I'd tried and loved VIVA LA JUICY so though I'd try this one as well. The two fragrances are totally different but I'm in love with both. For those not residing in the US this product can be ordered on walmart.com and I believe they do ship outside the US.
This perfume range can become quite pricey when shopping in a department store so I would suggest either buying online at discount sites or at a local Wal-Mart or other discount store that sells this in the smaller size for a cheaper price if cost is an issue. I find the smaller size very convenient as I can carry in my purse or clutch while im out incase I'm in need of a re-spritz. However, if you find you enjoy this fragrance I would recommend investing in a larger size to keep at home. Now I have both.
This perfume is great for many age ranges; although, it is quite sweet its just soft and subtle enough for the more mature age range.
The top notes are watermelon, mandarin and pink passion fruit with a splash of green apple and crushed leaves. So when you first spray this it gives off a very fruity scent which can be a bit strong at first spritz so 2 pumps goes a long way with this fragrance as it starts off very strongly. The base notes include caramel créme brulée and vanilla meld with various different woodsy and musky scents. It starts out as a burst of sugary sweetness but dries down as a lightly sweet and musky scent that seems to sit very well on skin. The base notes are the most enjoyable part of this perfume for me as it leaves a trace of caramel on my skin that I absolutely love!
There is a weird thing with this scent though. It starts off very strong and a bit overpowering when you first spray and I've noticed if I accidentally spray too much I get a bit of a headache. But at the same time the scent doesn't really stick to the skin very well which is a shame because the longer this perfume is worn the better the scent becomes and a bit after the perfume hits the beautifully smelling base notes; it seems melt away much too quickly.... Although this doesn't stick to the skin long, I wouldn't recommend spraying more than 2 sprays when first applying this. Ive found the scent works best if you spritz a couple of times at first application and then build upon it later by spritzing once again in a couple hours once it begins to wear off. This way you can re-introduce the scent to combat the fact that it can wear off the skin without overspraying.
Even with this minor draw-back, I still love this product when applied properly and it will remain a staple perfume for me.
I purchased this perfume of amazon a couple of months ago for a very reasonalbe £15 for 50ml. And so far I absolutely love it!
The packaging is really pretty and especially the top it looks expensive and very classy. A nice piece on the dressing table. The liquid is a pale yellow colour which is okay.
You need about 2 sprays and that should last you a couple of hours. It doesn't have great staying power but its easy to re apply.
It smells really nice and musky. Not overly flowery but it is has a lot of sweet fruity notes instead. After this dies down the smell becomes more musky and vanilla like. It becomes much lighter too and I prefer it like this.
I woudn't recommend spraying heaps of this stuff as the smell isn't really for everyone. Overall a great perfume and a excellent price from amazon. I don't recommend buying it from the website as its hella expensive there.
Its great for all ages young and old so you should really check it out!!
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JUICY COUTURE is a fragrance that I've had for a while and in all honesty I dislike it, but for some reason I've been unable to bring myself to give it away. It is unique from my other fragrances and it just has that 'certain something' that ensures I continue to wear it regardless.
JUICY COUTURE applies as a jumble of floral notes. The hyacinth is by far the strongest though I do get a hint of marigold. I can't detect any of the fruit notes whatsoever, it is straight up and down florals and seems bitter to me.
One note that I really dislike in fragrances is tuberose and it is here, loud and proud. Sometimes I can detect lily, but most of the time the tuberose and remaining hyacinth completely overwhelm my nose and block everything else out.
The overpowering florals mask the base notes from me too. Apart from a slight hint of powdered vanilla and sandalwood, my nose is still stuck on the tuberose. Some people may prefer that as it means this isn't a syrupy sweet fragrance, but to me it's one dimensional and boring.
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Watermelon, mandarin, passion fruit, green leaves, water hyacinth, marigold, tuberose, lily, wild rose, caramel, powdery vanilla, creme brulee, patchouli and woods.
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The bottle is a simple squared design with heavy glass and the brand emblem on the front.
Some editions of the fragrance have bows and/or charms around the bottle neck. These charms varies on where and when you buy your bottle and on if you purchase a EDP or EDT. My bottle is a 30ml and it wasn't adorned with anything.
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I thought that the lasting power was a disappointment, especially since it applies strongly. It goes close to the skin after little more then a hour, and it burns down within four hours. If it cost less I wouldn't think it's that big a deal - freshening up sprays are easy enough, but as it is up to double the cost of many longer lasting fragrances I'm not impressed.
It does justify the cost when it comes to wear-ability. As I can't detect any fruits or sweet notes [except the hint of powdered vanilla] I find it wearable in any weather.
Being a straightforward floral makes it great for casual and work, and I think as it's close to the skin it's a good choice for intimate evenings out and for crowded clubs too.
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I've had my bottle for a year now and still umm and ahh over it, even though deep down I know that it's a lost cause.
Fragrance reacts to everyone's skin differently, but to find it so different is a bit frustrating. I keep wearing it in the vain hope that it will suddenly transform into the juicy, soft, sweet and creamy blend everyone tells me it is, but that hasn't happened [and I know that it never will].
I think it's time to pass this one on...
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It is amazing how much a scent can instantly take you back to any place or time. This is exactly what the Juicy Couture perfume does with me. I first smelled this perfume in 2006in Bloomingdales in New York and I instantly fell in love. Four years on and it is still by far my favourite scent.
It's a mix of so many different genres. It's youthful and fun while being sophisticated. It's initially very fruity but after a while you smell the sweet, floral basenotes. The smell is strong and powerful yet delicate enough that it is not overwhelming.
The bottle is beautiful. It's heavy glass with the juicy couture logo imprinted onto the front. The lid is faceted glass which looks like a giant diamond on top. There is also a string around the top with two charms on it which is described as a "charm necklace" but I really can't imagine anyone wanting to wear it!
The one thing that lets it down is the price. I can only buy this perfume when I have some extra money or wait until Christmas/ my birthday. Occaisionally I find it online for a special price but it is rare.
I got this perfume when it first came out on a trip to New York, it was an impulse buy and when I got back to my hotel I wondered if I had just wasted alot of money on just a perfume, I need not worry as soon as I got it out of the box and had another test I remembered why i had bought it. It is a gorgeous fragrance, by a top designer, known well for velour tracksuits and hand bags etc I was unaware they had a perfume range.
I have had the bottle for a while now it is lasting well because you dont need much for it to last all day, just a couple of sprays and you are ready to go. I have had alot of comments on the fragrance from friends and family and I am very happy with my purchase.
The bottle design is also lovely looks great on my unit very stylish :)
Juicy Couture Perfume
Juicy Couture is a designer make and they sell a variety of items. Mostly known for selling Juicy Couture Velour tracksuits, Juicy Couture also sell perfume, jewellery and other accessories.
I am usually not into designer and expensive perfumes, but my daughter had requested it for her Birthday, so I had to trawl everywhere looking for it. In the end I tracked it down at Harrods, of all places. I've never even been to Harrods, let alone buy anything from them. So I ordered it online and it came in a lovely colourful box. The cost for 100ml a whopping £59. I thought to myself whilst buying it - this had better be really good. It was like liquid gold.
On her birthday morning I wrapped up the perfume for her and she was really pleased with it. She even put some on straight away. I remember saying to her, 'don't waste it, it costs's £5 a spray', joking of course. The smell of this perfume has a strong smell so only a few sprays are necessary. The fragrance lasts all day and night, whenever you decide to wear it. Whether you use it of a night or during the day, people are bound to notice it due to the gorgeous, juicy and sweet fragrance. She uses it all the time because she loves the smell and she has even hinted she'd like another bottle when that one is finished. I must admit I've tried it a few times myself and found it really appealing. I must say though, that like all perfumes, during the day the perfume gradually wears off and isn't as strong.
The perfume came in a tall pink box, in a chunky bottle with a necklace. The necklace is pretty and contains three little charms; a 'j' for Juicy, a crown and also a paper clip. This just adds to the designer image.
Overall, this is a great perfume that has a fantastic fragrance and has barely no faults. It is extremely expensive though and isn't something I would usually buy, but for those with a thick wallet, it comes highly recommended.
I was looking for a gift for my mum when I was going through the duty free shops at the airport a few months ago and came across this perfume 'Juicy Couture'. My mother is a Chanel No. 5 lover primarily, so likes a bit of class, but she also likes to try new fragrances. I was however, a little concerned that the brand may have been too young and trendy for her. I have always associated this brand name with the designer youth culture and it evokes images of pristine catwalk models and glossy two page glamour magazine advertisments. Since my mum is in her sixties I did have reservations about this being the right perfume for her.
After testing the perfume, I was very impressed by the aroma. The scent is sharp and clean with a delicious, deep fruit flavour. There are hints of exotic, expensive oils too. Once this settles onto the warm skin the scent is rather more musky. It is strong and pervades the air. The smell is so distinctive is could be like a trademark of a woman!
The fragrance is one which I believe could be attractive to women of all ages - it is not too fruity or spicy as would perhaps suit younger women, nor is is too flowery or a heavy musk, which might be more suitable for older ladies. This scent is somewhere inbetween - it has the perfect balance of scents and ingredients.
I was impressed by the packaging and the design of the 50ml sized (1.7 fl oz) bottle. It is a heavy, thick square glass bottle with the brand name etched in a gold metal coat of arms on the front. The bottle has a silver pump dispenser which sprays a fine, soft mist over about a 19 inch length. On the neck of the bottle there is a little charm attached. This is a little letter 'J' - standing for 'Juicy' of course. The letter is pressed with diamond coloured stones and is decorated with an ornate pattern. It is attached with a sort of saftey pin. I liked the addition of this charm jewel as my mum's name happens to begin with the letter J and I thought this charm could be used as a bag decoration or as a little badge or even as a cardigan fastener!
This perfume and the packaging is very high quality and I'm glad to say was much appreciated as a gift. I like the fragrance so much that I am always 'borrowing' the bottle!
At around £35-40 for the 50ml sized bottle this is definately a perfume that is worth it's market price.
I first smelt Juicy Couture perfume a few months ago in a department store. I was wandering around aimlessly spritzing multiple perfumes when I stumbled upon this true gem of an aroma. I'm not the sort to be lured by celebrity endorsements or designer labels but the smell of the Juicy Couture perfume had me hooked. Unfortunately, the price was somewhat less appealing and I had to shelve my visions of smelling like a sophisticated starlet for another month or two.
A few weeks ago, I decided to treat myself with some Amazon.com gift vouchers I had knocking around. As I trawled the Marketplace sellers, I came across a shop selling the 100ml bottle of Juicy Couture eau de parfum and decided to spoil myself rotten by buying something I wanted, though perhaps didn't need.
A couple of weeks later and my package arrived safely. After rummaging through the bubble wrap, I found a gorgeous baby pink box housing the new addition to my fragrance collection. On the back of the box, in a medieval fairytale font is the story of the perfume:
Pam and Gela wanted every girl to have her own Juicy Couture, so they made an Eau de Parfum. It comes complete with Juicy Couture's world famed J and Crown charms...so now everyone can have the charmed life, and scent of a real life juicy girl!
Passion fruit mingles with melon, marigold, apple, water hyacinth and crushed leaves. At the heart, wild rose enfolds princess lily and tuberose. All drying down to vanilla crème brulee, with precious wood and patchouli.
To put it simply, this is a beautiful feminine and light fragrance with a rich heart to it. Just one or two spritzes will scent your skin all day long and the aroma is very relaxing and yet uplifting. It's girly and flirtatious but has a grown-up mature edge to it and it's a perfume that is definitely going to get you noticed.
The bottle itself is equally impressive. It's solid and weighty with a cut glass lid that resembles an antique decanter stopper. On the front of the bottle is the Juicy Couture logo etched in silver which resembles a heraldic coat of arms. Around the neck is a brown cord which sports two charms, an antique looking ivoryesque crown and a weathered silver safety pin holding a diamante incrusted J. The cord also has a clasp and so this can be removed and worn as a necklace.
As for price, I've seen the 100ml Eau de Parfum on the internet for around £28. It's more expensive in department stores and you may be lucky enough to pick up a bottle cheap on Ebay. My new Juicy Couture will now be taking pride of place on my bathroom shelf. I still keep sniffing myself to remind me how gorgeous it smells. So if you prefer light floral perfumes to heavy oriental scents, then give this a squirt when you spot it on the shop shelf and see if you like it.
Juicy Couture is a beautiful fragrance. When I first smelt it, i thought it smelt fruity, sexy, and juicy... all good for the evening/day time. It is a lasting smell, it's one of them smells which you only have to spray a couple of times, and when you walk out the door you can smell it loadz, and get others coming up to you asking what fragrance you are wearing, from smelling it from just walking past.
Juicy Couture is a must buy, it also comes with a little bracelet/necklace (depending on the bottle size) wrapped around the diamond like bottle top. It is really cute, as it has a marble like crown, and a diamond j.
This Purfume is a must have, it is recognised all over the world, americans wear it, british wear it... whats not to not like about it? Wana smell sexy, fruity, fresh, juicy, sassy, unique.... then this is the one to go for.
Juicy is in purfume shops everywhere.. even sold in asda.. the price rances from 20 - 50 pounds..... if unsure about this review then ladies go ahead and grab a tester at the fragrance/purfume shop. But believe me girls.. this is definatly the one to go for!
I first smelt this perfume when I was in Bloomingdale's in New York, and I immediately fell in love with the smell of it. I like how the bottle is quite grand and has a chunky feel to it, which is quite different to the delicate and slimline shaped bottled of other designer perfumes. One of the things that I particularly like about this perfume is that it comes with a complementing cream. You put the cream on first to act as a base and then spray the perfume on top. Not only does the cream contribute towards making the perfume last even longer on you, but it also enhances the gorgeously lavish smell! The only draw back of this perfume is the price, which I think while it is worth it, it is quite expensive. However, I have quite a range of perfumes, so I use this particular one for special occasions and when I feel like a bit of luxury. As this is my all time favorite perfume - I would definitely recommend it for those who want something different and special.
Pam and Gela wanted every girl to have her own Juicy Couture, so they made an Eau de Parfum. Juicy girls can have the charmed life and scent, of a real live Juicy girl!!
I got this perfume for my birthday in December and haven't stopped using it since!!
I have to 100ml perfume with comes in a very nice pink box with the Juicy crest on the front.
One thing I thought was creative was that when you open the lid of the box the fairytale logo of Juicy is printed on it!
But anyway the bottle!
It's quite heavy and big but that didn't really bother me.
It has the juicy crest on the bottle which is some sort of metal.
The lid is huge! It's glass again and in the shape of a giant crystal!
I think the bottle is gorgeous and makes it feel extra special!!
The smell, it's a very flowery smell but also very strong, maybe a bit strong for some.
Juicy Couture includes notes of watermelon, mandarin, pink passion fruit, marigold, green apple, water hyacinth, crushed leaves, tuberose absolute, wild rose, princess lily, caramel crème brulée, vanilla, precious woods and patchouli.
The actual smell itself is a very, very flowery one but at the same time a little fruity. I was surprised at the smell (pleasantly!), as I thought it would be sweeter than floral. Pam and Gela described it as the scent "something that Barbie might wear" so I thought it would be a young scent but it is actually quite sophisticated.
The smell might take a bit of getting used to because it's such a strong smell but I think it's good it's so strong as you only need to put it on once and still be able to smell lovely for the whole day!! I think if you were to put it on in the morning the smell would usually last till the late afternoon but if you were to go out again in the evening you'd probably have to re-apply it! The smell lasts much longer than some of my other perfumes!
The best thing about the perfume for me is that under the Giant crystal lid, there's a necklace wrapped around it!! It's on brown string which has the famous juicy J and Crown charms on!
I can't think of any down sides apart from the fact the perfume is so strong and could take some time to get used to. I was a bit wary when I first got it as it was much stronger than something else I'd wear but I wore it anyway as it was a present and didn't want to waste it ,and I got used to it after a short time. Now I think it's great though!
Overall I would recommend to potential buyers because personally I think the smell is lovely and it lasts for so long! You could wear it for any occasion, daytime, evening, special occasions and going out.
You can find the perfume in quite a lot of stores now but I know you can get it from Selfridges and TK Maxx!!
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Pam and Gela wanted every girl to have her own Juicy Couture, so they made an Eau de Parfum. It comes complete with Juicy Couture's world famed J and Crown charms...so now everyone can have the charmed life, and scent, of a real live Juicy girl! Top notes: mouth-watering watermelon, mandarin, pink passion fruit, bright marigold, green apple, water hyacinth and crushed leaves. Middle notes: tuberose, wild rose and princess lily. Base notes: caramel creme brulee, vanilla, precious woods and patchouli.