Reviews and Problems with Elizabeth Arden Sunflowers
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Not what I'd expected
Deepa Misra Chegoori, amazon.com
10 May 2013
Summary: The perfume is pretty strong and starts bothering you after a while. I'd wanted a mild scent that lingers on but this one is so strong it gives me a headache. The fragrance is good nonetheless.
Summary: Loved this scent in college (in the 90s) because it was one of the few EA scents that smelled youthful to me, and I thought that I was being so awesome for not wearing Vanilla Fields and all the other drugstore fragrances popular at the time. After about a year of wearing it, I realized how yucky this scent is on me! Bleah, like most of EA's fragrances, too strong, and too much!
Summary: I never did understand the appeal of this fragrance. To me, it smells like grass clippings that have gone slightly sour. It didn't outright stink to me or give me a headache (for that, I would have given it one lippie), but no way would I ever seek this out.
Summary: This is too strong and has an bitter after scent. Gives me headaches and it just doesn't smell good to me. I won't buy it again. It's not too bad of a price, but I dont like the scent, does not smell like flowers or sunflowers, more like the stem of the sunflowers. I am allergic to certain fragrance's scents, but I I mostly prefer floral over fruit or food. There's some fragrances that as soon as i smell it I start sneezing right away.
Summary: This doesn't stink it stanks! Smells like warm sunflowers in a big old fashioned bottle! I used to wear this and thought I still liked it and bought a gift set and wore the lotion and the perfume and it was irritating my skin I had to wash it off.I will never wear sunflowers again I don't appriciate the irritated skin I received from this old crap!
Summary: I think / hope this is original and not a knock-off; it definitely smells like Sunflowers and is very long-lasting, however the pump didn't work so it kind of spills all over when I apply it, quite wasteful and annoying.
Summary: Sunflowers is definitely a stronger scent. Also a very distinct scent. I like to wear it in the springtime because it is very refreshing after months of dark, cold weather (I'm in MN). Makes me think of picnics, BBQs, walks on the beach, and fresh grass. I only wear this when I'm feeling daring.
Summary: I've tried to like this scent because I like the idea of a happy, bright, sunny scent, but I just can't. It's got a harsh, chemical-y undertone that does not fade or soften with wear like many other perfumes, and it only takes a spray or two for it to be overpowering. I have a friend who loves Sunflowers and I can still smell her after leaving the room! I give it a 2 rather than a 1 because if it weren't for the harsh undertone, I might like it.
Summary: While I am not crazy about this scent, I think it's a light, innocent scent is perfect for a young girl who just begins to wear perfume. It has an lightness about it that even the heaviest, most inexperienced spritzer couldn't destroy. However, it doesnt smell cheap, like most other perfumes in its price caliber do. There is no hint of alcohol in its odor.