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Once again a load of dextrose along with other not very tasty stickies
In the course of my Cyber-Monday shopping spree I also went to Zara yesterday, although I don't really like the shop that much. This trendy junk, which is out of fashion in 6 months, and probably broken in 3 months (feels at least like it), is not quite my style.
But here you can read some positive comments about the scents. I own "Rose" myself and like to wear it even though it is very light.
So try Wonder Rose and hope for a similarly positive fragrance experience.
This one is also light and fleeting, but unfortunately also very sticky-sweet. The top note is very fruity. But it doesn't really smell like pear. More like sniffing a bottle of thick juice. I don't like this stuff, because the taste of it doesn't usually have much to do with what it's supposed to taste like. And it's no different here.
Wonder Rose later reminds me of dextrose. I've had that before when I tested Christina Aguilera's definition. Vanilla and musk is in there too. For me the two scents smell very similar in the heart note, only Wonder Rose is much more discreet, has a chewing gum-like sweetness. I don't like this at all.
After 20 minutes the fragrance is almost gone. When I sniff my wrist, it still smells slightly soapy. Like rose soap, but very subtle. After just under an hour, the very last breath has evaporated. Even most colognes hold better with me.
At this point I would like to refer once again to my outline of "definition". If the same fragrance develops more beautifully on your hair, try Wonder Rose. Maybe you'll have better luck here. The bottle should always be packed with the product for after-spraying