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Strong fragrance = strong opinions
I am writing this comment primarily because of my sister. Although we have a lot in common, we are not really on the same wavelength when it comes to fragrances. Actually, for the longest time she wore only Versace Woman, others she did not like. That's why I was surprised when she told me some time ago that she wanted to look for a new perfume. She said that she had no idea about it, I should just find her something that smells sweet.
Yeah, okay, that could be a lot of things right now. Chocolate? No. Vanilla? No. Cotton candy? No. Then what? I don't know. You pick something. Hmm...
She didn't want to order anything blind, so I just let her test scents from my collection. Eventually it was Pink Sugar's turn and I thought that she wouldn't like it at all, because cotton candy wasn't really wanted. Not that the scent is bad, but it is very intense and on some days it is too much for me personally. But she liked it so much that she ordered the 100ml bottle for herself.
In retrospect, however, their decision makes sense. Sweet smell? Pink Sugar is the epitome of sweet. Many sweet treats are represented in this little water, including preservatives and flavour enhancers.
More precisely described, the perfume reminds a little bit of cream with fruits when sprayed on, but everything that is even slightly light vanishes quickly. Afterwards, one notices strawberry candy floss, caramel rather less. All in all, when I think of Pink Sugar, I think most of all of sweets with a fruit taste, all nicely mixed and each one perceptible at some point in the course of the scent. From this one gets exactly what one expects from the name and the presentation.
What you don't get, however, is a caramel scent, or anything else at all except fruit-flavoured sweets. The emphasis is on fruit 'taste'...Pink Sugar smells very artificial and either you can't stand it, or maybe you find it more authentic: No matter how delicious you find the sweets, you have to admit that there's a lot of chemistry behind most things...
All in all, you need to know what you're getting into with Pink Sugar, because it's quite possible that the fragrance will either turn out to be a new favourite or be perceived as absolutely gruesome. This is also due to the fact that there is no other perfume in this price range with such durability and sillage, which leads to the fact that you won't even like it if it is not 100% what you are looking for. Conversely, you like it even more. That's why I also took my sister as an example: As I said, she doesn't like many scents. But then Pink Sugar simply fit.
So if you want the sugar bomb par excellence, with incredible performance, and always liked the strawberry flavour best, you should try the perfume. If it meets expectations, it doesn't hurt to reach for the 100ml bottle