Well-balanced notes of rose and peony with a grounded base of white musk. Long lasting, and when it fades, wearers are left with a delicate floral scent. Light enough for professional or everyday wear.
Some wearers preferred the original Miss Dior, citing it lasts significantly longer.
Scent has an uplifting opening with a bright burst of bergamot. While the base note is musk, it's not too dry. Has a youthful, positive vibe. Formula isn't tested on animals.
It's a lighter perfume, so it's not ideal for wearers looking for a statement scent.
Ruby red grapefruit leads as the top note and delivers a pronounced, upbeat scent. It's bright and light enough for daytime wear. A little goes a long way.
It's a bolder citrus-inspired scent, which seems to be hit or miss among wearers.
Creates a sheer blossom veil that is noticeable by wearers and those nearby. The notes of white lily and violet leaves are balanced out by sandalwood and patchouli. Soft and delicate.
Wearers partial to strong perfumes may find Pleasures is a bit too weak for their taste.
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