Calvin Klein Obsession - Opinios Reviews

Obsession perfume for Women by Calvin Klein

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  • Date Added: 18/03/2015
    Calvin Klein Obsession is certainly one of my perfume collection keepers! I confess being lured by the sexy advertisements Calvin Klein spotted for this aroma, but for me Obsession stood up to the excitement. Its softly spicy attractiveness with a warm and sexy vibe with splashes of vanilla is fabulous, as a young lady i felt a little like a seductress when wearing it. Now i wear it for more special instances or any time I want to switch strides from the flowery fruity fragrances that I normally choose.
     by Elizabeth
  • Date Added: 13/11/2012
    This is a scent that has intrigued me since young. Flipping through the VOGUE magazines and smelling it on the perfumed flaps while looking at the very erotic ads... i recently bought a bottle of the edp splash (the one that is really short and flat). Really perfumey with the right amount of sweetness and spiciness. The smell was also long lasting and still smelled good on my skin the next morning. Subsequently, I sprayed some at the department stores (the reformulated ones where the liquid is decidedly lighter). The initial blast was very similar. But after 30 mins, the difference between the vintage and the reformulated version became apparent. The new version lost its intensity, and the sweetness (which I like) giving way to something synthetic smelling. i have since snatched up another 2 bottles of the vintage splashes (including a 100ml one!!) before they are all gone.
     by fly doll
  • Date Added: 13/11/2012
    When I was a teenager, the idea of wearing perfume seemed ridiculous; only bimbos and old ladies would spritz themselves down with "embalming fluid". I was too busy wearing black, listening to counter culture music (whatever that is), and pretending to not care. Needless to say, I never wore any of the classic fragrances from the late 80s/ mid 90s. Recently, I purchased a bottle of designer juice at the local small town drug store, and hoped for the best. Wow. Obsession is a first-rate production, complete with an eclectic cast of characters. The opening is abrasive with an icky soapy-green burst that makes one wonder why Obsession is classified as a spicy oriental. On the skin, it begins to unfold chaotically, leaving a trace of (almost off-putting) powder. Next, a cute and fuzzy animalic note (civet) politely says hello, instead of throwing a Bal a Versailles middle finger. Slowly, the green-forest-creature-powder begins to expose amber and spices and after about 30 minutes the premise that this is not a spicy oriental turns on its head. This is the spicy oriental. Incense, vanilla, sandalwood, and spices are now the main actors, while the rest of the cast quietly scampers on and off the stage as supporting characters. In an attempt to understand Obsession, I applied it to one side of my body and Ambre Sultan to the other. At first, the bombastic Serge Lutens seduced me with delicious sweaty-sweetness, which made Obsession seem like a powdery mess. But, as time progressed it was clear that Ambre Sultan simply turned down the volume, while Obsession told me a story. In fact, I would go as far as to say Ambre Sultan could be a stand-in for one of Obsession’s actors. When I wear Obsession I tend to pair it with a cotton T-shirt and dark eye make-up—the teenager in me definitely approves!
     by girl power
  • Date Added: 13/11/2012
    Oh how I'm loving Obsession, mmmmm! Just the other day I got to test Obsession at my local department store and I'll be honest, I wasn't too fond of it. I had judged it too quickly and I only tested it on paper. Several days later I encountered Obsession again and thought I'd give it another try, but this time on my skin. Lets just say I kind of fell in love... :) Obsession is warm, sweet and spicy goodness. It's kind of like cinnamon and other sweet spices, vanilla, musk, and woodsy notes all in one. A bit on the masculine side, but I don't care; this stuff just smells so damn good. It's not even really all that masculine though, there is some sexy femininity to it. It's hard to explain... Even my cat likes this stuff as she was licking the part of my arm where I had applied it. A great choice for fall and winter.
     by bass cat







Voting Results

Fragrance Quality
9.8
Bottle Design
7.8
Overall Satisfaction
9.6

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