Reviews and Problems with Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb
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2 weeks ago
Summary: i like this perfume. There is potential for love there lol...The only thing i don't like is that it doesn't last long. This reminds me somewhat of a light Chanel Mademoiselle or Miss Dior. It reminds a bit of Hanae Mori too. But those scents are distant family members to me.
Summary: Flowerbomb is a classic beauty. I love it. It's definitely one of those fragrances that you never get sick of. There is always a time and a place to wear this gorgeous little number.. Morning, Noon, Night, Winter, Summer, Autumn, Spring. Around the house, at the office.. grocery shopping.
Summary: Overrated. VERY strong & reminiscent of the perfume Angel which I HATED. When I put it on, all I smelled was green (reminds me of the tea my mom makes). And patchouli. Yes, lasts but I've smelled better. I'd give it 2 out of 5...it's just ok.
Summary: I honestly resisted trying Flowerbomb FOREVER, just because it was so popular and so many other things are compared to it. I thought I had enough in this category already that there was no point, really, in giving it a shot.
Summary: Let me start off by saying I am back to loving this scent again! When it first came out many years ago, I loved it & wore it all the time. Then stopped for a long time as I was looking for a new scent since one of my good friends wears the same scent too & it kind of put me off on wearing it as I...
Summary: This more freesia fragrance smells nice and pinky. I liked it while testing in Galeries Lafayette in Paris. It's just not my type of fragrances, but it's very pretty. If I was a young lady, I would buy it maybe.
Summary: This perfume is my drug. Just a drop of it is enough to make me go crazy with pleasure! However I don't wear it anymore, only because patchouli perfumes are too common now. Also because it's a while I cannot stand the scent of patchouli.