What does Britney Spears Hidden Fantasy smell like?
Top notes are Orange, Tangerine, Lemon Verbena and Neroli; middle notes are Sweet Notes, Clove, Lily and Jasmine; base notes are Vanilla, Amber, Woodsy Notes and Sandalwood. Hidden Fantasy by Britney Spears is a floral fruity gourmand fragrance for women. Hidden Fantasy is a new fragrance and it was introduced in 2008.
What does Britney Midnight Fantasy smell like?
Midnight Fantasy by Britney Spears is a Floral Fruity fragrance for women. Midnight Fantasy was launched in 2006. The nose behind this fragrance is Caroline Sabas. Top notes are Plum, Sour Cherry and Raspberry; middle notes are Orchid, iris and Freesia; base notes are Vanilla, Amber and Musk.
What does curious smell like?
Top notes are Magnolia, Pear and Lotus; middle notes are Jasmine, Tuberose and Cyclamen; base notes are Musk, Vanilla, White Woods and Sandalwood. Britney Spears’ Curious is a lively, bright and effervescent fruity floral, aimed at twentysomethings with attitude.
What does Britney Spears perfume smell like?
Fantasy Britney Spears is for the woman who is seductive, charming and elusive. Top notes of Lychee, Quince & Kiwi; middle notes of Cupcake, Jasmine & White Chocolate Orchid; finish of Creamy Musk, Orris Root & Sensual Woods. A magic love potion of sweet temptation.
How long does Fantasy by Britney Spears last?
Hut I think that is any perfume. After it settles for about 10 minutes it smells AMAZING!! It lasts pretty much all day and I only use 1 to 2 sprits’ at the most. It is a very sweet scent.
Is Britney Spears Fantasy good?
Britney Spears’ Fantasy scent is dangerously seductive! While still sweet, it leans much more heavily towards sexy and mature and would be perfect for a night out with that special someone. Night club, dinner and wine, etc. Just be careful with this one girls!
How many Fantasy perfumes are there?
The Fantasy fragrance franchise has, in fact, 17 fragrances (including the original one).
Who makes Britney perfume?
Britney’s line of fragrances were developed with Elizabeth Arden – the cosmetics, skin care and fragrance company – which may have been the key to making them go mainstream.