Reviews and Problems with Dolce & Gabbana The One
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17 February 2014
Summary: My all time favourite perfume. It is a classy smell and it never gets old. It's a bit expensive to buy so I don't wear it every day so I can savour it! It lasts all day and I always get compliments over how good I smell and I have to say I agree aha!
Summary: This is my signature scent that i always come back to and never get tired of. I've worn this warm, luxurious scent for years now. Since I am a vanilla junkie this sweet yet sophisticated perfume is my soulmate. I will love it forever.
Summary: A lovely scent. I sprayed this right on my skin, let it settle and an hour or so later, it had the most wonderful vanilla fragrance. A smooth scent. I would have bought it on the spot had it not cost over $100.00. P.S. I'm changing my opinion of this, after having purchased a rollerball. This is still a lovely scent. But on my skin, it turns sharp and kinda bitter not too long after applying it. That's definitely a reaction to my chemistry.
Summary: A decent smelling scent, delicious and thankfully none too artificial scent, opening with a quick burst of citrus, vanilla and lychee joining the caramel and after about an hour in, it settles into a amber/musk/wood base with the caramel and lychee still going strong. I would have wished for a stronger sillage and better longevity, after about half an hour it became pretty much a skin scent on me (it wasn't me going anosmic, other people used to strong perfumes radiating...
Summary: This starts out nice, but then it gets a slightly powdery, almost old-lady smell...like grandma at church. Eventually a slightly more vanilla smell starts to come through, but never quite makes it, and at the end it has a kind of spicy smell (I think the musk with maybe the vetiver or amber?). Finally, after 7+ hours, I smell vanilla with a little musk. I probably will never use it again.
Summary: Absolutely gorgeous perfume smells very womanly - vanilla and flowers mmmmm a spritz of this is perfect for any occasion :) The bottle is very cute & chic, loving the cube shape and gold lid. I am not sure about the pricing as I swapped a Mrs Wright by Mark Wright perfume (not womanly enough) for this. Happy with it :) every gal needs this in her life.
Summary: Here are the notes of D&G The One, per parfumo.net, which they say came out in 2006: Fragrance Notes Top Notes: Bergamot, Lychee, Mandarin, Peach Heart Notes: Jasmine, Madonna lily, Lily-of-the-valley Base Notes: Amber, Musk, Plum, Vanilla, Vetiver On paper, The One has much of what I love in a perfume. It's soft & smooth (mostly), light & inoffensive, musky, golden, contains vanilla, and is a skin-scent. Those are all things I look for in perfumes.
Summary: Well, at first I liked the scent, but after wearing it for a few weeks I just didn't like it any more. I found it boring. Also, although the bottle looks nice to some people, I find it hard to use (small hands) and well.. boring. It felt like a superficial crush, enthusiastic at first, but wears off quickly.
Summary: This perfume scent is ok. It gets you at first until it starts to fume off an areasol-like bathroom air freshner scent. I love the golden hued bottle. The bottle design looks alike with my Especially Escada Perfume Bottle.