Dreams Unlimited ( For Women ) by The Body Shop Perfume  » Perfume  »
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  • I like how mandarin orange smell but it was more exciting with black currant taking the blend

    • by ibizaspain

      Perfumes released by Body Shop have the same intensity like signature brands however the price is more affordable. The scent has a modern packaging, using colors sky blue and purple. The flacon is similar to Pleasures by Estee Lauder. This perfume has a light concept and suited for the younger demographic. Like its name, it feels breezy and contemporary.

      The perfume features mandarin orange and black currant for the top notes. There was a sudden drift from citrus blend to sour elements when the scent opens. I like how mandarin orange smell but it was more exciting with black currant taking the blend. Iris was the middle note and it was the star of the entire perfume. Virginia cedar was the base note. From the time the smell segued

      to the point wherein it dries up, it felt like a very romantic twist of floral and musk. I did not feel the woody effects of virginia cedar but the entire smell felt good to me.

      The smell triumphs because it had a great choice of floral notes. Albeit only iris, it flowed beautifully and the sillage remained great. I only checked the top, middle and base notes right after I have tried the scent. And surprisingly, there I discovered that only iris was the floral composition. The nuances of the perfume revealed something to me. The opening was fruity but it evaporates after seconds of lingering in your skin. I find black currant too sweet but obsessive when its fragrance is too strong. Then what I like is ...

      • when the scent segued because it was soft and amazing. It reminds me of a mixture of fresh floral bouquet during weddings or the barrage of it during heart’s day. The smell of iris here was to the fullest. It seems there was no other notes that was combined. When the middle note came out, the entire smell was snookered by the floral beauty of iris. Then a little woody beneath that smell but the most obvious is the floral beauty of it.

        The name is Dreams Unlimited, thus I wanted this light and dreamy. I like it because there was nothing heavy on the smell that can change the course of this imaginative concept. In fact when you look at the fragrance, the box is lightly colored with

        hip prints on it and the flacon is transparent. And so with the smell, the top notes did not influence iris with anything. Neither did virginia cedar invade on the floral aroma. The color and fragrance of iris here was shimmering and it bought this airy or breezy touch in your skin. Although it is too feminine, it is not common and smells artificial. There are lots of feminine smell that when it is classified as floral, it can easily be associated as any other perfume. The smell of this one is surprisingly different. I think the beauty of it is on the fact that there is one remaining floral note on the scent and that is why it is also safe in terms of arriving in a genuine smell.

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