Pink 2001

Version from 2001
Pink (2001) by Victoria's Secret
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Pink (2001) is a perfume by Victoria's Secret for women and was released in 2001. The scent is floral-fresh. The production was apparently discontinued.
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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top Notes BergamotBergamot TarragonTarragon Mandarin orangeMandarin orange Violet leafViolet leaf Juniper berryJuniper berry
Heart Notes Heart Notes FreesiaFreesia Lily of the valleyLily of the valley NeroliNeroli PeonyPeony
Base Notes Base Notes MuskMusk SandalwoodSandalwood VanillaVanilla VetiverVetiver

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7.34 Ratings
Longevity
6.73 Ratings
Sillage
5.73 Ratings
Bottle
4.79 Ratings
Submitted by Kankuro, last update on 27.12.2017.
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A 'Pink' Scent
I've allowed Victoria's Secret Pink to stay on my skin the entire day, despite wanting to wash it off when I first applied it this morning. I'll start by saying that this fragrance certainly lasts. Very few inexpensive fragrances have managed to achieve this, so that's a huge feat in itself.

The scent is not really my cup of tea, but putting personal preferences aside, Pink is very fun, crisp and girly. The best seasons in which to wear this fragrance would be during Spring and Summer. In the colder months this fragrance comes across as a little jarring and sharp.

On my skin, the opening was very strong and acidic. The citrus accords play a huge part in this fragrance's composition and aren't always pleasant, at least not to my nose. Thankfully, once settled, Pink shows a softer side with the introduction of soapy freesia, lily of the valley, peony and a green, tart-like neroli accord.

Although not particularly complex nor outstanding, Pink does grow on you over time. The drydown is actually more than pleasant. A powdery floral blend with a subtle hint of citrus and musk. It is at this stage that I understand how this fragrance could have inspired countless flankers after its release. Pink seems to be very well-received.

In terms of citric florals, Pink does have its good points. Its clean and feminine approach would certainly appeal to many women, and even young girls, searching for something inoffensive and easy to wear.

Admittedly I am not overly thrilled with Pink, but I am glad to have tried it. Victoria's Secret lingerie and products are not sold in Australia.
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