Excerpt: I smelled it at a perfume shop thought it was nice, but didn't buy it there. Later I kept thinking of it, but to be honest, I forgot what it smelled like, I only remembered it was very good. Now I own a bottle and still can't exactly pinpoint what I am smelling so it's a mysterious perfume to me. I would describe it as an orangey aldehydic perfume. It doesn't last too long (5-6 hours) and it's not a strong perfume.
Pros: Great Smell, Great Value, Not Overpowering, Sensual
Summary: Since I have used this fragance for such a long time, I gave it as a holiday gift. It was well received and garnered many compliments. The scent is subdued but long lasting. I would buy this prouct from Amazon again.
Summary: Baghari in its reformulated form starts with a blend of lively citrus and aldehydes. The heart offers a bouquet of rose, jasmine, orange blossom and iris. Sounds familiar? It is. "Baghari" seems to be Chanel No. 5's sister, the two of them smell very, very similar. Since Chanel No. 5 never talked to me and is a perfume which leaves me cold, i.e. a fragrance I'd never wear and I never took to, "Baghari" doesn't impress me either.
Excerpt: This is a sensational chypre. If you like Chanel No 5 you'll adore this as my friend did. People ask what it is. It is a great lunching with the ladies or wedding scent. I think it lends itself to the more mature sophisticated person.
Pros: Draws Compliments, Great Smell, Long-Lasting
Excerpt: This starts off with a bit of dried orange peel then simmers down to this warm and sensual earthy calm with a hint of woods. After about an hour the sillage is pretty low so it's ok for work as it ends up close to the skin. I wish it lasted longer and had just a bit more volume. I heard it is a close representation of the origional but not quite the powerhouse. I hate that it is so expensive but i would but it again at the same price because i love it so much!