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Aquolina Pink Sugar Eau De Toilette Spray for Women, 100 ml

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From now on at Perfume’s Club, you can find products sent by external sellers, always under Perfume’s Club’s quality criteria. Edit: I just found out, that Kayali Yum Pistachio Gelato have similar dry down as these two perfumes. Pink Sugar has extra fruity flavor added and its this sweet little plasticky artificial raspberry note (which is kinda fun). Tonka beans give it some depth, the dry down gets a bit woody which I like but not as much as the licorice note here.

Niche brands usually want to appear as if they are above gendering perfumes but most unisex scents are created either by removing both feminine and masculine traits, making it smell bland and generic, or clashing them together which works out as often as it doesn't. Maturing is realizing that as cloying and overly sweet as it is, this perfume is a rite of passage for any girl in middle school. To me this is the most interesting Pink Sugar flanker since the discontinued masterpiece that was Black Sugar.The pink sugar dna is strong in this perfume, but creamy sunshine is lighter, creamier, and more floral, still sweet but less sweet than pink sugar.

I saw some people saying that this doesn't smell pink, but I think the plastic scent gives it a pink feel. Mimosa and ylang-ylang take place of licorice, but if in the original Pink Sugar licorice is a very nice twist that doesn't ruin the composition and feels like the missing piece of the puzzle, yellow florals in Creamy Sunshine seem out of place.I can barely smell the cotton candy in this, it just smells vaguely sweet with a bit of burning plastic/rubber. I for one can't feel any coconut, gardenia or ylang-ylang, not to mention the sandalwood (where's that ?

However, after some time it begins to soften and keeps a very strong sillage and very sweet sugar scent for several hours on my skin. Envision eating an orange creamsicle in a meadow of dewy spring flowers while the smell of spun sugar is wafting in the air from a nearby carnival. The first fragrance of Italian cosmetic brand Aquolina is Pink Sugar, a fragrance for young girls who like sweets.

You either love this perfume or you hate it which is why I believe this perfume is exactly for polarizing girls with eccentric styles who people either find iconic or find tacky. when first applied, it can be smelt across the room but it DOES need to be applied throughout the day. It opens with intense (mostly)sweet-(vaguely)citrusy notes that swiftly make way for the most authentic cotton candy scent and licorice - the burnt thing that some people smell. However, upon closer sniff can detect the caramel and vanilla, and get the occasional pleasant whiff in the air.

While it’s very similar to the original pink sugar it’s a little bit softer and instead of cotton candy, I smell fruity pebbles cereal on the opening and th Honestly I think the licorice gives Pink Sugar an interesting vibe and makes it even sweeter than it would be without. It's not for you if you only accept niche and sophisticated scents into your heart and on your vanity, like if you expect to smell Montale or MFK in this candy cane you'll definitely be disappointed. I got a sample of this and was looking forward to smelling it as I love sweet scents, but I’m extremely disappointed. It’s addicting like the sour/salt/spicy flavor of takis or something idk never tried those but I imagine that’s what it’s like sounds ghetto as hell.I agree with one reviewer who mentioned that there is something rubbery about this, which might not be everyone's cup of tea. She was wearing another perfume that was also quite sweet and powerful ’Dior Addict’ (which does not go unnoticed and super sweet, it fascinates me but not everyone tolerates it because of its intensity and extreme wake) and yet the one that predominated around me was P. When I first sprayed it it smelled very citrusy and like licorice but also sweet but not that sweet like everyone says I didn’t like the licorice note in this because I wasn’t very used to it but I really liked the dry drown because that’s when I really started to smell caramel and cotton candy! This smells like a cacophony of creamy sweetness and aggressive sourness that feels more like a violation of your nose than a pleasant tropical experience.

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