Summary: I really like this scent, it's sweet for sure, and smells like some sort of licorice. it smells like something familiar and homey but I can't quite put my finger on it, much like allure. I would definately add to my collection. Lancome is too underrated.
Summary: I am in love with this perfume...in the bottle. I wanted it but have learned to try a perfume on before buying it, not just based on bottle smell. Unfortunately this took a wrong turn on my skin. I could only wear it if I wanted to keep bugs (and men) away. It is my chemistry because on others and in the bottle it smells great.
Summary: This was a blind buy, a nice holiday gift-set with 50% discount, and I'm so happy I ordered it! It's so warm and sexy, delicious! I'm wondering why I never bothered to try this in store:) Already one of my favorites.
Summary: This scent is truly hypnotic, of all the scents, this one is very distinctive, I could recognize it anywhere. I was quite surprised by it's notes - I would never thought that it had so much vanilla in it, that's probably what drew me to it. It actually smells like very sweet lily of the valley, strangely it's not even in the notes. As for the lasting power - amazing.
Summary: I was sure there was geranium in this, but apparently not. Anyway, this smells A LOT like the bottle of "Pillow Mist" made by L'Occitane (with lavender, tea tree and geranium oils) that I often spray on my bed clothes to relax me before going to sleep. Hypnose isn't exactly relaxing though; the heady sweetness of passionflower and vanilla has a penetrating focus that can cut through a room if used recklessly.