Summary: Generic, insipid peony and rose composition with nothing new to say. Light, aqueous, pink and with an offset font on the bottle that tries a little too hard to be "young, flirty, and fun." Definitely marketed as an entry - level perfume for a demographic that is ready to graduate from Pink Sugar. Forever and Ever? NEVERMORE.
Summary: I love fresh, slightly florally, clean scents that are not too heady and don't have a large sillage. This is a perfect clean, innocent, soapy, powdery scent that is so memorable and distinctive. Nothing quite smells like it. It lasts all day on my skin and whenever I smell my wrists it makes me so happy! It is so fresh and unobnoxious. I like Chloe edp perfume and Diorissimo, and this one like the other two is classic and elegant.
Summary: I'd like to say that as a 57 year old woman who is still fit and fabulous, STOP being ageist about fragrances. For years Miss Cherie Dior was my signature fragrance and I got constant compliments. Then I found Forever and Ever Dior and now it is. No one has ever intimated that it was too young for me. I'm really picky about clothes (only wear classics) and make up and fragrances and jewelry. It has to be good quality, timeless style, and elegant.
Summary: I saw this at the duty free, had read the reviews, was super excited and ready to fall in love! I can't believe what happened on my skin. Simply put: NOTHING! Some faint undefined slightly spicy flowers that smelled close to nothing, no silage, no longevity. It was the perfume version of ''the emperors new clothes'' for me, everyone seems to love it but I can barely smell a thing...