Victoria’s Secret Beauty Rush Juiced Berry Perfume  » Perfume  »
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  • A problem is that the scent doesn't last very long compared to some other, more expensive perfumes, but is reasonable considering the price
  • I found that the smell seems to change when left on too long (for more than three or four hours), but definitely not in a desirable way
  • At first, I thought that the scent combined with sweat to form an unpleasant sour smell
  • This is definitely a downside to a perfume product
  • I recommend that you buy the smaller containers if possible to avoid wasting money on larger bottles that do not last long in terms of scent

    • by littlelily
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      I recently visited a Victoria’s Secret for fun (I usually don’t buy anything) with a few girlfriends. We chanced upon small-size sale-priced containers of Juiced Berry perfume, which were only $1 (the normal sized containers are about $12). Needless to say, we each got one. The perfume has two layers, one pink and one white, which you shake to combine (similar in appearance to a mixture of oil

      and water). I did not have very high expectations, as Victoria’s Secret is better known for women’s lingerie.

      The smell is sweet, berry-like, and not too overpowering. A problem is that the scent doesn’t last very long compared to some other, more expensive perfumes, but is reasonable considering the price. I found that the smell seems to change when left on too long (for more than three or four ...


      • hours), but definitely not in a desirable way. At first, I thought that the scent combined with sweat to form an unpleasant “sour” smell. However, after two months, the perfume itself now smells sour; perhaps it does not seem to have a long shelf life. This is definitely a downside to a perfume product.

        Despite these annoyances, considering the price, it is an average perfume

        which simply doesn’t last long. I recommend that you buy the smaller containers if possible to avoid wasting money on larger bottles that do not last long in terms of scent. Or, if you don’t mind spending a little more money, go to Bath and Body Works and purchase some perfumes there. There are a wider variety of scents that last longer, are somewhat stronger, and don’t turn “sour.”




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