Pink Sugar Sensual is a subtly sweet floral gourmand with delicate, brushed orange blossom, heightened with the bitter spice of bergamot and blackcurrant top notes. Pink jasmine and cottony tia Read more >
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Rebottled Pink Sugar Sensual, rebottled by Scentbird, Inc., an independent bottler from a genuine product wholly independent of Aquolina Scentbird, Inc., New York, NY 10001
I find that the Sensual perfume is not as strong as the Aquolina Pink Sugar original scent, it?s more subtle.. to me it smells like a hint of chocolate oranges. It?s a good soft smell, great for date nights, not overwhelming strong.
I do wear it from time to time but the original scent is definitely my go-to favorite.
This was my very first time with Scentbird, and I am impressed! I thought it was just the Pink Sugar until I started getting head-turns, and even my sister (who DESPISES perfume) asked why I smelled so "delicious". Turns out it was the Sensual. And boy is it ever! The way the Madam Lancome expressed, if you put your fragrance on your pulse points-where the heat radiates the most, your scent lasts longer. I didn't put quotes because I didn't want to misquote her.
I love the way you can't tell if this is flirtatious, fun, innocent, sexy, or everything! The strawberry shortcake and whipped cream comment I got the day I received it, was perfect. My mother swears it smells like raspberry sorbet. My sister says the salted caramel frappuccino from Starbucks! LOL!
I love it.
I really honestly like this one, it took me by surprise I was expecting a more teenager scent but it really isn't. It has a more grown mature smell to it that caught me off guard. Would I buy a large bottle, no. But it's a nice change.
This is my favorite so far, I was starting to think I was getting the same scent with a different name every month. All the ones before even ones that are supposedly "fruity" smelled liked old lady powder.