Filed under: Perfume reviews | Tags: amber, apple blossom, clean, crushed raspberry leaves, feminine, freesia, jasmine, Juice, lily of the valley, OP, OP Juice, precious woods, transparent musk, wild cyclamen
NOTES (as listed on perfume.com): crushed raspberry leaves, freesia, jasmine, apple blossom, lily of the valley, wild cyclamen, amber, precious woods, transparent musk
CLASSIFICATION: clean, feminine
AGE GROUP: perfect for any age
SIMILAR SCENT(s): n/a
FORM: eau de parfum
While there isn’t much to say about OP Juice, that’s not necessarily a bad thing. If you’re looking for a nice perfume that isn’t too complex, this is your man.. err, girl?
While the notes would lead you to believe that this is a fruity floral drenched in delicious sweetness, it’s not. Instead, it’s a simple, clean smelling fragrance that evokes a very feminine aura. It’s nice. And that’s that. Sometimes it’s a good thing not to have a list of so many bad things, or not being able to put your finger on what you like, about a fragrance. Such is the case here. This is just a relaxed, girlie scent.
My only complaint is that, especially with this being an eau de parfum, the staying power leaves a lot to be desired. Such matches the light and airy personality of this fragrance, though. If you do end up being a fan, get ready for some serious reapplication throughout the day.
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First sniff (bottle): B-
First sniff (skin): B-
Worn scent: C
Staying power: D
Scent as compared to note(s): C
Don’t get me wrong, OP Juice is a very nice smell. I enjoy the clean femininity about it. Combine it’s simplicity with lack of staying power, in addition to being unfortunately forgettable, and you have an average-smelling fragrance. I’d recommend this to anyone looking for a non-offensive scent to wear around the house or out running errands, or even for a bit of a younger crowed – middle school and up.
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