Reviews and Problems with Giorgio Armani Code Women
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2 weeks ago
Summary: I got the rollerball for 20 dollars at Ulta. First of all, it's 20 dollars for .34 fl oz which is a pretty good deal. The packaging isn't something to go crazy about, but it's nice. The scent however...it smells so amazing! This scent is very warm, great for the winter time. I can really smell the vanilla but it's not so over powering as other products. Very sensual/sexy and stays on forever.
Summary: I like fit in the shop and bought one 30ml. Used it for about 2 weeks still liked it and then suddenly I got very bored with it. Like: it's whatever-fragrence. I swap it for something fresher. But I do understand why this one has so many lovers.
Summary: Love love love both Diamonds and Code by Armani-they are both soft oriental,creamy,warm ,sensuous and intoxicating scents. They carry timeless elegance and subtle beauty. Both scents wrap you up in a tender night feel aura . Armani perfumes are simply in a league on their own,I can really compare them to any other fragrances on the market. Would re-purchase both in a heartbeat.
Summary: My wonderful boyfriend bought this for me for my birthday. It was a blind buy for both of us, and we both ended up loving it. The opening reminds me of Moschino Glamour a bit..I don't know why, I think it's probably the combination of ginger and bitter orange that produces a bit of a salty tang. Thankfully, that passes quickly and you end up with a sexy fragrance with juicy orange, vanilla, honey, and a dash of spice.
Summary: I really like this perfume, but sometimes it didn't really like me. I think it was the oranges, or maybe the orange with the vanilla. I adore the bottle and the easy way it traveled in my purse.
Summary: A much brighter scent than expected from the dark bottle. \L\LOn my skin: oranges, jasmine, honey, and ginger. Smells sexy, sophisticated, and expensive. The dry-down was somewhat more complex with the emerging sandalwood. Unfortunately, this all lasted but 2 hours.