Reviews and Problems with Givenchy Extravagance d'Amarige
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Half of the target II.
24 November 2013
Summary: I have almost never felt such excellent blend of blueberry and violet as at the first sniff from VERY IRRÉSISTIBLE ELECTRIC ROSE. I had almost 5 minutes, when I could not stop nosing my wrist. It is worth to sample it, to test it, to sink in the perfect balance of the notes. After a while the freshness overrun the lovely combo, and we get a lemony designer perfume, synthetic and kind of cheap ordinary mass product.
Summary: I really love this scent. It starts out herbal and citrus for me - very delicious and fresh. Soon comes the beautiful rose in the heart very strong, but creamy and buttery and smooth. As it tones itself down I get a sense of something rich and nutty almost. Is that the tonka bean? I think the citrus gives this scent a less girly feel at the start which I like, but that soon morphs into a gentle floral and becomes very sweet.
Summary: I have been all over searching for this fragrance. I got the run-around. I did a search on a whim, on the internet and found your site. You had it and it was reasonably price!!! The fragrance is light and can be used for any occasion day or night. This is great!!!!
Pros: Clean & Fresh, Great Smell, Not Overpowering
Summary: This is a lovely scent. It has for me a slightly classic vintage vibe. The opening starts fresh with lots of rose and lemon, there is also a bit green note , I guess thats the basil. The ylang is there but not prominent, this note normaly makes me a bit nauseous, but not here. It blends nicely with the other notes. The drydown is a soft powdery musky rose.
Green, Floral & Woody - What more could a girl want?
14 March 2012
Summary: Overall, Extravagance is fresh, green, contemporary, and unusual. I wasn't expecting this -- Wow, what a delightful surprise. It leaves an impression very similar to Guepard but with a mellower marigold and without the ginger that was irritating to me. The tangerine on top is long lasting too. Thankfully, Extravagance d'Amarige is neither extravagant nor Amariage. I get a green woody scent that's not overwhelmed by all of its floral notes.