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Watermelons - Full and moist. Crunching, quenching watermelons. And the freshness of green mandarin. Contrasted with green tea and clipped vetiver. Explosively watermelon. Explosively fresh.
The "perfect summer fragrance" is going to mean different things to different people- maybe something beachy, or super-fresh, or bright and fruity. But one sniff of Watermelons and we think you might fall in line with our thinking- it really doesn't get more summery than this.
Watermelons more than lives up to the straightforward name, gifting us with a central watermelon accord that asserts itself front-and-center throughout the life of the fragrance, juicy, sweet, refreshing and completely realistic. It's supplemented with a cadre of delightfully light, fresh supporting notes: gently sweet honeysuckle, lightly tangy mandarin, sparkling green tea, and a soft vetiver base. Summer is here, and as long as you have a bottle of Watermelons, it's not going anywhere.
Watermelon, green mandarin, honeysuckle, green leaves, green tea, vetiver
Watermelon ends quickly but what remains is masculine and nice.
Beautiful summer scent. It does not stay on very long, but it is meant to be light.
So pretty—refreshing just like watermelon. Not a ton of staying power though.
General consensus from my friends was it smelled great had a watermelon-ish smell and was a male or a female scent. Very fresh but if you’re a fan of Uber masculine scents u won’t enjoy. It’s very light.
I smelled Watermelon, a very watery not really sweet water melon or (as someone on a scent review site called it- "like watermelon rinds and the juice it sits in after you cut a melon"). This watery watermelon smell lasted for about an hour then BOOM- Vetiver. Some folks say vetiver smells grassy but to me on my skin it usually smells dirty and hot, like a musky scent. After the melon died, I kept catching whiffs and thinking I
should wash it off and worse, that I stinked. This vetiver scent lasted and lasted, unfortunately. Again maybe I just don't have luck with this house!