Excerpt: After I have towel dried and moisturized skin; I follow with spraying Cinnabar on pulse points. It is a long lasting scent. This fragrance is 'picked up' on my clothing thru' out the day. I only sparingly spray if changing clothes, i.e.: an evening out. I also spray once on hair to disguise hair products scent. It is uniquely "one of a kind." There is no other fragrance which compares. It is a timelessly classic addition to my daily routine. It identifies me.
Pros: Draws Compliments, Enticing, Great Value, Long-Lasting, Not Overpowering, Sensual, Unique aroma
Summary: This reminds me of a lighter Youth Dew. So similar are they in fact, I wonder if this was suppose to be some type of update or flanker for Youth Dew mellowed with touches of cinnamon.That said, it's still a heavy perfume and should be used with a light hand.
Summary: I used to use Opium and had used it since the first year it appeared on the market. The fragrance was wonderful and it had real "staying power." But the formula was obviously changed a few years ago and it was NOT a change for the better. I've been looking for a fragrance in the same exotic mode and I've finally found it. CINNABAR!!! it's wonderful -- much better even than the old Opium. So all your former Opium lovers -- try Cinnabar. You'll love it.
Summary: I remember when Cinnabar first came out, and now (in my 60s) when I wanted a fragrance, I test a huge stack of scents and Cinnabar won hands down. I just love it, not everyone is an spice/oriental scent person, and it is strong, but if you do... try a sample!