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When I first spray Wicked Berry, my initial impressions are powdery, fizzy, and incense. I also smell a faint lipstick scent, but thankfully it never becomes very strong and stays more of a fleeting impression."You’ll give in. It’ll be impossible not to! The citruses dream up a fantasy that’s as devilish as it is gentle: the intoxicating trio of rose, lilac and freesia fill the air with the greatest of ease. These petals blush upon contact with a sensual blend of blackberry, blackcurrant and raspberry. Warning! Addiction is unavoidable: Warm woody amber and musk create quite the decadence, topped with a vanilla and sandalwood glaze."
I think the citrus top notes contribute to the fizziness, whereas the floral middle notes are what lean towards powdery. The berry notes are definitely there, but nicely tempered so that I smell more than just citrus or berries. Sadly, I don't get any distinct impression of the base notes, but assume they are what keeps Wicked Berry sweet without inducing any insulin spikes.
Lemon, Lime, Bergamot, Orange
Rose, Freesia, Lilac, Blackberry
Amber, Sandalwood, Vanilla, White Musk
Granted this line seems geared towards a younger demographic, so I could see them being a good fragrance gift for daughters/granddaughters/nieces and such. They are not heavy or overwhelming, the bottles are delightful, and the short wear time might be a plus for the fragrance sensitive. Here are links to previous reviews for Bloody Orange, Cheery Cherry, Fancy Choco, and Showy Toffee. A sampler of the scents is available from Alice & Peter for $10.
Disclaimer: I purchased this.