Summary: Versense opens with an enormous load of sharp citrusses. Then some other notes start to show but because of the sharp citrussy it still smells a bit sharp and almost shampoo-ish on me. I think it just takes a while for the citrus to settle.
Summary: I adore Versense. I bought it untested after reading that it could be a suitable, economical alternative to Chanel Chance Eau Fraiche. I knew this was bull even as I parked my car and took the most direct route to T.J.
Summary: I'm absolutely mad about this scent. Versace has done it again for me. First it was Yellow Diamond, now Versense. It's a very crisp scent, the opening in mildly citrus which promenades into a white floral, super delicate, and very entirely classic.
Summary: IMHO, this is for the ladies. The kind that I don't mind smelling on women. Only a few fragrances are truely unisex for me, especially the ones that I find slightly odd or something. This is not it. I haven't worn this much, not yet.
"I would buy this product again and again"
11 July 2015
Excerpt: As part of the fragrance has bergamot, but because of the unusual combination of ingredients it hardly recognizable. Fruity notes of fresh citrus successfully diluted. The toilet water can be heard also play jasmine, musk and cedar are its lightness and elegance able to conquer men.
Summary: I read the reviews and i knew this was gonna smell "green" but oh boy! I didnt think it was gonna smell THAT green. Thats the only thing i could think of when i sprayed it. Fresh, lemony maybe or with "green tea" cualities. Maybe at bit sharp because the spices I imagine.