Summary: This is a beautiful fragrance! I've been wanting it for a while, as I love liquorice based scents. On my skin, i smell a lot of the floral notes. It almost has a grape like smell to it which i think is the jasmine. It's starts of citrusy and spicy, but mellows down to a powdery sweet floral smell.
Summary: When I first bought Loverdose, I thought I'd made an awful, expensive mistake. When it first comes out, the Liquorice (anise) smell was almost overwhelming and the citrus it mixed with was sharp and offensive to my nose.
Summary: Perfumes are nodes on pathways of perception. How did we get here? I arrived here at Loverdose via Basi Femme, La Petite Robe Noir and maybe even earlier via Kashaya. It was down from $70 dollars to $40 at one of those discount stands in a shopping centre, and I'm enjoying it hugely.
Summary: I confess; overlooking this, I was going to swimming-pool, and I was looking for something anonymous to wear (yes I'm strange), and took a 1 ml sample of this one, sent to me with a purchase of an other perfume. But when I sprayed... it's so strong!
Summary: Nothing ground breaking for me unfortunately. This smells like your typical overly sweet perfume that you find everywhere. I get no licorice or spice everyone else seems to be picking up.. Weird. This one will be on my swap list soon.