Reviews and Problems with BVLGARI Omnia Green Jade
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Woods, spices, and a little bit of something sweet
9 December 2013
Summary: I seem to be having a woody season—probably the only logical answer to the dry, brittle cold wave we're having. Either that or none of the gourmand-y stuff registers with my nose. I didn't even know "white chocolate" has a smell! Omnia gets softer and softer as it develops, never imposing, never harsh. Just *there*, not shouting to get noticed, standing with her head held high. I just keep sniffing the back of my hand for that lovely creamy sandalwood.
Summary: Despite having fantastic sillage and staying power on me, this one doesn't command my attention the way some of my others do, I'm guessing because it's not loaded with vanilla and/or sugar. This is nice for a change. What a lovely combination of sharp and smooth spices. I feel like the perfumers really took their time on this one, getting it just right. And I think fragrance-loving men should all give this one a sniff too.
Summary: I would suggest to use the perfume with the body lotion, as in this way the scent lasts longer. Despite the not so long lasting scent I love Bvlgari Green Jade and Omnia Crysltalline and I would recommend it to anyone who loves fresh scents.
Pros: Clean & Fresh, Great Smell, Great Value, Sensual, Sexy
Summary: Powdery, oriental, full of spices! Saffron combined with cardamom and ginger give a bitter spicy texture at first . A few minutes later, changes to a sweet combination of almond, chocolate and woods ... I do not know exactly what it is, but the flavor has a strong character but powdery and simultaneously emits a woody, slightly spicy aroma. This fragrance is different, unique and versatile as it has a wide range of flavors and combinations of ingredients.
Summary: I love Blvgari so I really wanted to like this fragrance. Tried it several times but try as I might could not get over the lingering scent of cedar chips. Guess it just don't work with my chemistry.
Summary: I owned Omnia before I knew anything about gourmand fragrances. The reason I bought it? Quite simply, I liked it. When the SAs at Sephora encouraged me to try Aquolina Pink Sugar, I recoiled on first sniff but I also was intrigued by the sweetness, which was unlike any perfume that I had worn before. So I did my own research, and I ended up with Bvlgari Omnia ... and Escada Magnetism. I've since emptied a bottle of each, and I replaced the Omnia, not the Magnetism.
Summary: Walking through a woodland, wet and mossy underneath, brushing cardamom leaves aside, hint of ginger and spices. Earthy and woody and softly, gently spicy, wet woodland becomes whispering dry, almost in a Dune way. not sweet (except for the cinnamon) or floral. Very close to the skin. Yeah, good thing you didn't tell anyone about it 'cause it's already gone.