Summary: I like this fragrance; it's an old, reliable favorite. It is feminine, oriental floral with a bit of an edge dur to the spicy pepper. It's a great perfume for our hot, humid KY summers. It's fresh, clean but not too aquatic or overpowering. I always get compliments but only from people who hug me or are close enough that they should be able to smell a fragrance. This is me that I go back to year after year and like having around.
Summary: A peppery, gingery freesia bomb. It starts out as a sweet, spicy floral and quickly loses the sweet fruitiness on my skin. The drydown is primarily a spicy freesia musk with a touch of an aquatic undertone from the magnolia. The musk is the kind that's sillage seems to swirl around the wearer in a thick but sheer veil of scent.
Summary: Very nice flowery scent. Blend of magnolia, freesia and other flowers, litchi fruit, spicy ginger and a little bit pepper. I'm surrounded by flowers and litchi with a touch of spice plus lots of white musk. The litchi is noticeable and well blended. Unfortunately, the white musk is too much for me.
Summary: At first, many years ago, I really underestimated it. Powdery magnolia scent - I thought. And I asked my dad to buy me Miracle So Magic! - new sweet scent that time. However, it turned out that my dad can't distinguish Miracle from Miracle So Magic! (men!!!) so I got Miracle under Christmas Tree. Firstly I wasn't satisfied, even if I kept smiling face so he did not feel sorry about wrong present. But, after some time, I felt I liked Miracle a lot.
Summary: Like this scent a lot! I don't wear it very often because it's not what I call, in the best way, a "mindless scent." (To me, a "mindless scent" is one that's perfect, well-behaved and doesn't challenge any fragrance mood you're in - they're soft and clean, like Harajuku Lover's Baby or Clean Ultimate. These are examples of my go-to scents when I'm in a hurry but still want to smell nice!