Jennifer Aniston 2010 Eau de Parfum

Jennifer Aniston (Eau de Parfum) by Jennifer Aniston
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Jennifer Aniston (Eau de Parfum) is a perfume by Jennifer Aniston for women and was released in 2010. The scent is floral-fresh. It was last marketed by Elizabeth Arden.
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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesRoseRose
Citrus notesCitrus notes
Heart Notes Heart NotesJasmineJasmine
LilyLily
VioletViolet
Base Notes Base NotesAmberAmber
MuskMusk
SandalwoodSandalwood

Ratings

Scent

6.532 Ratings

Longevity

5.021 Ratings

Sillage

5.221 Ratings

Bottle

6.026 Ratings
Submitted by Kankuro, last update on 17.10.2021.

Interesting Facts

The scent was to be named "Lolavie" at first, but the name got dropped for unknown reasons before the launch.
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5
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3
Longevity
2
Sillage
5
Bottle
Antheavl

24 Reviews
Antheavl
Antheavl
   0  
Most inoffensive scent ever
This is a lovely clean scent, but the sillage and longevity are disappointing. After a couple of hours it has completely disappeared from my skin. If you wear this, you can at least be sure that no one will be offended by your perfume!
JSpines

149 Reviews
JSpines
JSpines
   3  
Jennifer Aniston
This is a "barely there" scent indeed but what IS there is quite lovely! The image I get with this fragrance is the feeling of walking along the beach looking for sea shells while wearing your favourite white cotton shirt with your favourite blue jeans and flip flops while warm, gentle breezes blow against your face and turn your hair into a tousled but chic mess. It's an easy scent to wear in that it is totally inoffensive, light and pleasant. Very clean smelling, like after you've had a long, hot bubble bath and have put on your freshly laundered clothes. I love this cozy, understated fragrance and enjoy catching whiffs of it throughout the day while I'm wearing it. It's simple, classic and unfussy. One of the very best celebrity fragrances I've ever smelled. Perfect for spring and summer. I can see someone who has allergies being able to wear this perfume with no problems. Does not overpower the senses as none of the individual notes seem too strong. Might not be everyone's cup of tea so testing it out before buying is recommended.
7
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5
Longevity
5
Sillage
Missk

1165 Reviews
Missk
Missk
   3  
Soft, creamy goodness
Lolavie has surprised me to say the least. I expected a clean, soft floral, but not one that was so well composed. This fragrance does not smell like your typical celebrity release at all.

Lolavie opens with a beautiful and feminine blend of rose and jasmine, somewhat soapy and creamy in nature. The scent is supposedly inspired by Jennifer's love for night-blooming jasmine and the beaches of Greece. I can actually sense these aromas in her fragrance, and I think, that in itself is very impressive.

There's a hint of buttery lily towards the heart which is probably the most floral aspect to this fragrance. Like Eva Longoria, Jennifer Aniston isn't a huge fan of perfume, so this fragrance release is more of a clean, musky skin-scent that doesn't radiate too strongly.

The base is a basic blend of sandalwood and white musk. It smells a little bit like crisp, white laundry. There's also a sweet candle accord, which fascinates me greatly.

I like Lolavie because of its soft, fresh and casual feel. Unfortunately what dampened the mood for me was its lack of lasting strength. I had placed this fragrance on my wishlist, only to remove it because it only lasted a few hours on my skin.
3
Scent
5
Longevity
5
Sillage
Sherapop

1239 Reviews
Sherapop
Sherapop
Helpful Review    4  
Only for the Hygiene Obsessed
I vaguely recall having read at some point during the height of Jennifer Aniston's "Woman Scorned World Tour" that she was one of the celebrities whose favorite perfume was produced by the house of Clean. Then of course there is her ad campaign for Smart Water: the implication being that the Woman Scorned is clean and pure, unlike the vamp who stole her man. Given all of this background, I cannot really claim to be surprised that Ms. Aniston's new perfume smells like a cross between one of the Clean compositions and the Philosophy fragrance which smacks of Dow Aerosol Bathroom cleaner (I believe it is INNER GRACE).

LOLAVIE or JENNIFER ANISTON, whatever it is named, opens with a slightly caustic quality very reminiscent to my nose of household cleaning products. I'd say that it very nearly crosses over the line and may well incorporate some of the IFF accords being used to scent household antibacterial wipes, powders, and sprays. The quality is not exactly sharp, as in sharp floral green perfumes, for example. No, it's more industrial to my nose. Fortunately, the opening subsides relatively quickly, leaving behind something pretty close to a middling hotel soap facsimile. Is this woman obsessed with hygiene or what? Perhaps her nemesis wears civet bombs and that is real reason why her marriage came to an end.
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