Reviews and Problems with Giorgio Armani Acqua Di Gioia
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Summary: A very beautiful, deep musky scent. Stays true to the Acqua part in its name; has this marine scent. It's like what you'd smell if you chanced upon a mermaid combing her hair, radiating this scent. It's not for everyone, I understand, especially those who easily are allergic to strong perfumes. Spraying on too much, you're bound to make someone have a sneezing fit in an elevator.
Summary: Acqua di Gioia is a very nice, fresh, everyday perfume. I bought it on taxfree because I needed a less expensive perfume to bring with me in my gym bag, and did not expect it to become one of my go-to's. Lately it has been the perfume I reach for everyday, and it works for almost every occasion. On me the citrus dries down pretty fast, and I'm left with a fresh just-showered jasmine-mint-pepper scent.
Summary: A very conventional sweet, clean, and marine scent-- common place and undistinguished. Has some lemony notes up top, along with faceless florals in the mid section and laundry musk in the base. However, all these are overpowered by the persistent marine notes. Not a fan of this genere.
Summary: Being a wearer of Pink Sugar for 6 years, I can honestly say I was surprised I liked this scent when I tried it as it is the complete opposite of what my signature scent for years smelled like. I also enjoying Armani Code. But this.... This scent is clean, fresh, elegant and unique. Definitely a head turner. This scent is super long lasting & is worth the money because you really only need 1 to 2 sprays at most.