Summary: My favorite scent. It's sophisticated and classy. I love the amber and the powder notes. I will buy it again and again. The only downside is that it doesn't last as long as I would like it to. Hopefully daniela andrier can come up with a stronger version of this.
Musky, Herbal, Powdery - in that order... oh, and an old stone church.
16 January 2013
Summary: L'Eau Ambree is on my wish list. The first spray is a harsh and jarring very short lived note of citrus. For me that note fades quickly within a minute or so. Thereafter lots of muskiness and patchouli and herbs. I get an odd undercurrent of something earthy that smells of dusty rocks or the crypt in an old stone church. Very soon after it becomes very powdery and sweet for me.
Summary: There are so many mixed reviews for this scent, but that is the case, it seems, for most perfumes. I was leery of this at first because of the patchouli and amber (two notes that, if done wrong, make me smell like a cheap, dirty ho, imo). This one is so delicious on my skin. Definitely a skin scent, but it does last a long time. I'm currently wearing the remnants of it on my wrist. It lasted through a shower and a night of sleep.
Summary: I really like this. I got this at my high school fashion design class during a presentation. Nordstrom specialists, MAC makeup artists, etc came in and taught us more about fashion. At the end we were given free gift bags, and inside had a sample of Prada L'eau Ambree. I absolutely loved it. To me, it didn't smell too sweet, too woodsy, etc. It smells just right. It is a very sensuous and feminine fragrance with a dash of sexiness.