Summary: It never fails. After almost 2 decades of worshiping this fragrance, I still rush to the night stand after a shower and linger with my eyes closed as I spray the exotic scent of Fire & Ice over me. I'm not complete without it. This is honestly the only fragrance I have used since 1995. My favorites are citrus, oriental and musks and my love for this aroma is never disappointed. It has caught the admiration of hundreds of people over the years and I understand why.
Summary: This is a rather watery musky woody peppery concoction that shares no resemblance to the original Fire and Ice. This smells quite masculine to me (Fire and Ice for Men smells more feminine), and it's okay, but it's not unique or inspiring in any way. To be honest, I think I donated my bottle to a charity shop.
Summary: This surprised me. The immediate spray was alcohol but it quickly dissipated in seconds to a warm, sweet amber that was unassuming and delightful! I loved it immediately. The scent is soft and powdery on me. It dries down to a mix of amber, incense and musk, just what I adore. It's a wonderful oriental scent that I never would have expected from Revlon at a drugstore price. Its drydown is a candy-like caramel, a delicious aroma similar to toasty marshmallows over a fire.
Summary: The first time I smelled Fire and Ice was from my server, I noticed her lovely smelling perfume left when she did. There was no perfume taste left in my mouth to ruin my food. She gave me the name and I became a user the next day. A few years later as I bent over a veggie bin in the store a the lady next to me noticed my perfume in the same manner, what a lovely compliment she paid
Pros: Clean & Fresh, Draws Compliments, Great Smell, my signature, Not Overpowering, Sensual