Harajuku Lovers G (2008) Eau de Toilette

Harajuku Lovers G (Eau de Toilette) by Gwen Stefani / Harajuku Lovers
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Harajuku Lovers G (Eau de Toilette) is a perfume by Gwen Stefani / Harajuku Lovers for women and was released in 2008. The scent is sweet-fruity. It was last marketed by Coty.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesCoconut, Mandarin, Apple zest
Heart Notes Heart NotesFreesia, Jasmine, Magnolia
Base Notes Base NotesCottonwood, Coconut cream, Sandalwood



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Harajuku Lovers is a Blend of Teenybopper admiration for the cool things in life. Lady GAGA is there idol
fake Taned girls on Venice Beach California; Rodeo Drive; Beverly Hills;
Having there first crush sleepover
And Watching thoese Cheesy Tacky
Reality shows.

I'm not a fan of coconut but it dries
down and it's more pleasent. this maybe not my favorite but i love the Dolly
Design of the bottle when you done using the bottle keep the top and use them as finger puppets.
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Delightful tropical coconut
I'll have to agree that this fragrance is quite lovely. Obviously, because coconut is rather dominant, this won't appeal to people that dislike its scent, however for people that do like tropical, coconutty fragrances, G won't let you down.

The opening is primarily coconut and apple which blend together nicely giving this fragrance a beachy/tropical feel. I'll agree that the scent reminds me of sun-tan oil, and perhaps slightly similar to Estee Lauder's Bronze Goddess, yet much lighter and sweeter.

From here onwards the scent only becomes sweeter with the jasmine, freesia and magnolia blending with the coconut to create a scent that is soft, feminine and pretty.

The drydown did not disappoint, ending with a soft sandalwood and cotton blend which rounded the scent off nicely.

The lasting power is quite impressive and the sillage, although not overpowering, can leave a lovely, pleasant trail.

Although the bottle is cute, I admit that I would feel embarassed displaying this bottle. In some ways it's tacky and childish. I'd consider buying this fragrance if they allowed the customer to purchase the fragrance when bottled like their tester bottles, which are simple cylindrical bottles with just the label, (much more sophisticated than the ones with the doll head).

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