Summary: Wish for a soft perfume with hints of spice powder and musk, encased in an absolutely beautifully romantic bottle and Chopard delivers. This blue juice is gentle at the top yet becomes more persuasive and stronger as it melds with your chemistry. The warmer vanilla is the pervasive note but sadly, Wish lingers only for about two hours or so. For me, this perfume rolls to a quick boil, then simmers down quickly.
Summary: I am really struggling to love this. Purchased based on MUA reviews, I read all and made mental notes. I have to say that this does open with a sharp pungency heavy on the turpentine, oops, I meant patchouli. The middle notes are softer but the patchouli doesn't really fade enough to allow the mid notes to shine. Those notes include vanilla, a sort of nutmeg and chocolate scent and amber with sandalwood.
Summary: Well, I tried this perfume because it's said to be a similar version of Angel - which I like - but cheaper. I can say it's similar in the only way -they're both very strong perfumes:-) Otherwise I think they're different league. Angel for me is mysterius, luxurius, seductive,yummy smell. As for the Wish - I'm not good with the ingredients in scents - I just can't recognize them. So I can just say what my impressions are.
Summary: so much insense and vanilla in it that sometimes can not even sniff on my wrist . But it is ok to use . I did not find it very sweet but it a bit cloying and so much powdery .MaY be it is true ! wish is only right for church for our grandmothers .
Summary: just like baby powder, very powdery, when first spray it on my wrist it sniffs like incense , a bit vanilla and powder. Not something so sweet but a bit cloying , not just i image as i was in school.Im dissapointed
Summary: I was aware that Wish had some similarities to Angel by Thierry Mugler prior to testing, yet I wasn't quite prepared for how similar they actually are. When I first applied Wish to my wrist it seriously messed with my head. I had to keep reminding myself that it was Wish that I was smelling and not Angel. Once you get past the initial ten minutes, Wish starts to show some signs of individuality.
Summary: I really tried to love WISH; it contains so many of my favourite scent notes. Plus, I love how it applies bitter, and then dries down to a sweet, creamy vanilla/caramel scent. I do love the contrast between the top & base notes. However, I had to give in; WISH is just too strong for me to wear. The notes of patchouli are especially overwhelming; it hits you straight in the face & hides the other notes for a good hour or so.
Summary: Someone thinks this smells like Angel? It doesn't. Not remotely. It does remind me of Courtesan a bit, with a bright, complex almost make-up scented first-on. Then it dries down way too sweet on me into a sugary, cloying vanilla with a touch of patchouli. It's not bad and it would sure be even better on someone whose chemistry didn't turn everything over-sweet and sugary (which Courtesan doesn't, by the way).