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post #31 of 53

Lavanila Laboratories has a pure vanilla scent or ones infused with blackberry, coconut or grapefruit.  Smells delicious! ;]

post #32 of 53

It's very sad :( I found the same thing when I tried to go back to their website to get a custom perfume made. The Facebook page has changed, it looks like the owner has moved to Europe.

If I find & try another similar retailer, I will post here right away.

 

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aww I was super excited to hear about them but it looks like they're out of business, their website is dead and the last time they updated their fb was in '08
 



 

post #33 of 53

Another vote for the "LaVanilla Laboratories Pure Vanilla" perfume....AMAZING! It is the most perfect vanilla you could ever want. I keep the rollarball perfume in my purse and use it often; I get compliments on it all of the time! (I also have the Vanilla Blackberry perfume, and love it as well. The Vanilla Coconut is next on my list. :) ) 

 

(I picked mine up at Sephora, but you could order online from several places too)

post #34 of 53

I wasnt a big fan of the lavanilla, But kat von d saint is amazing. Its my favorite fragrance. It isnt pure vanilla, but it has notes of mirabelle plum, vanilla and caramel. I would suggest smelling it next time you are at sephora! it soooooo amazing. sweet with some fruitiness to it!

post #35 of 53

Hi,

I thought that that was REALLY helpful I mean I have been looking for a PERFECT vanilla fragrance for ever and I was just wondering whether this was the perfume that you were saying was expensive? Because this isn't really expensive for a good perfume---http://www.amazon.com/Bath-Body-Works-Signature-Collection/dp/B001N7SW9K 

Thanks From Joely!!tongue.gif

post #36 of 53
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Hi,

I thought that that was REALLY helpful I mean I have been looking for a PERFECT vanilla fragrance for ever and I was just wondering whether this was the perfume that you were saying was expensive? Because this isn't really expensive for a good perfume---http://www.amazon.com/Bath-Body-Works-Signature-Collection/dp/B001N7SW9K 

Thanks From Joely!!tongue.gif


Link doesn't work but if you mean Warm Vanilla Sugar it is wonderful!

post #37 of 53

As a long-time fan of vanilla-ish perfumes, I have to say, my all-time favorite is Geurlain's Shalimar. There's a reason why it's been popular since it's debut in 1921. I've tried many, many others--but I always come back to Shalimar--it wears well, it is scrumptious, and never cloying. Somewhere between sexy and home-cooking, Shalimar strikes just the right notes.

post #38 of 53

This stuff is crazy-expensive, but I really liked Atelier Cologne's Vanille Insensée perfume (I got a sample from Birchbox some months ago). It's a very literal vanilla fragrance, though. For something less literal, I like Hanae Mori's Butterfly.

post #39 of 53

I have a roll on perfume that I bought from a local booth, but they also have a website: http://www.dressgreen.net/category_14/Perfumes.htm

 

I have the Tahitian Vanilla and it smells very, very yummy <3 I love the roll on aspect as well because I can carry it in my purse and use it whenever I like. The scent is very nice, but gentle. No alcohol, and made from coconut oil and fragrance/essential oils. It does not feel oily or leave a residue though.

post #40 of 53
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I really like Victoria's Secrets Amber Romance. It's been my signature fragrance for almost four years and I always get tons of compliments on it.

I have a friend that I wear this around and it drives him crazy... hes always like that scent makes me want to eat you it smells soo good...ROTFLMAO

post #41 of 53
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Originally Posted by Dekilah View Post

I have a roll on perfume that I bought from a local booth, but they also have a website: http://www.dressgreen.net/category_14/Perfumes.htm

 

I have the Tahitian Vanilla and it smells very, very yummy <3 I love the roll on aspect as well because I can carry it in my purse and use it whenever I like. The scent is very nice, but gentle. No alcohol, and made from coconut oil and fragrance/essential oils. It does not feel oily or leave a residue though.

 

I used to buy from DressGreen! I forgot about her! I didn't care for the Tahitian Vanilla though because while it smelled good, it smelled exactly like a car air freshener my mom used to have so thats all I could think of, LOL.

 

I just tried Doux Amour by Spadaro and it's vanilla based. I thought it was too strong at first, but it dries into a nice creamy vanilla amber with some musk.I think I like it!

post #42 of 53

Oh, I am the SAME way. I always wear vanilla. 

You could try making some perfume on your own using essential oils. 

But some of my favorite brands are

- Vanilla Fields (you can buy it pretty well any where)

- Dance To life by Mary Kay

post #43 of 53
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Victoria's Secret Vanilla Lace.
It's been my siggy fragrance for 10 years- even during the "dark years" they discontinued it, I had a 2 and a half case reserve that held me until they brought it back.
It is a very pure vanilla scent, it smells like cookies and chocolate. Or chocolate cookies, lol!
Anyway, people always notice it they can almost never place it and start wondering if it is baking they smell or chocolate or what.
It's awesome.
Awesome to the max.

My friend always used this, and it always made me so hungry!!! icon_sad.gif

post #44 of 53

Vanilla Lace fragrance mist

 

700

 

Do not wear this, this really makes anyone around you hungry!!!  popcorn.gif but it does smell nice. 

 

Edit: Link removed, photo added.

post #45 of 53

Girlfriend by Justin Bieber is surprisingly an amazing vanilla perfume. If you love vanilla, you will love this fragrance. The apricot and strawberry notes also bring the fragrance together.

post #46 of 53
Fragrantica is a great website to search for perfumes by notes! Highly recommended.
post #47 of 53

Comptoir Sud Pacifique's Vanille Abricot is my favorite Vanilla Fragrance. I get compliments every time I wear it!!

post #48 of 53

I have a few you might want to try:

 

Pink Sugar by Aquolina. It's one of my all-time favorites, and I get compliments almost every time I wear it.

 

Delicious Cotton Candy by Gale Hayman. I found this at Ross last month for $12.

 

Hypnotic Poison is my all-time favorite - but it is rather expensive. Back when I could afford it, it was my go-to fragrance.

 

Last but not least, Lolita Lempicka by Lolita Lempicka. It's really nice, and it can sometimes be found at TJMaxx for a discount!

 

I also agree with the posters above - Warm Vanilla Sugar by Bath & Body Works is really nice.

 

--PJammy
 

post #49 of 53

I really recommend Hanae Mori Butterfly for a vanilla one. It is unique and i've always gotten compliments throughout the years when i wear it. Always rebuy!

post #50 of 53

I'm giving a thumbs up for LaVanilla's straight up original vanilla!

post #51 of 53

Anne Pliska by Anne Pliska. The best vanilla I have ever smelled.

post #52 of 53

did you try maison de la vanille ? they have this set of 4 or 5 fragrance miniatures they all smell good!

post #53 of 53

If you go to Lucky Scent's website, you can search by notes (vanilla, in this case!) and get a listing of their fragrances with that note.  Then you can order a sample from them of those you want to try out.  The samples are about $4 each, but they're very high quality.  I've discovered several favorite fragrances this way, and they are scents that are not readily available elsewhere, so you end up with something quite unique!

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