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Acqua di Gioia is a new fragrance by Giorgio Armani, presented in March 2010.Seductive sea aromas in the new fragrance are put into first plan and used as creators' inspiration.The beautiful eyes on the funny looking model in the TV ad, and the color of the juice in the sleek bottle is what really sold it for me, I admit I was a bit transfixed.I've been trying to love it for years, but once the top notes burn off this turns into a scrubber for me.It's just a fresh and polite smell, definitely womanly, at the same time keeping a distance. Soft but confident, aquatic, citrus, a little bit of mint and florals. I guess my nose developed a bit more - or maybe my taste changed.It's OK for a "safe choice" no-brainer fragrance, as long as you don't pull the trigger too much -- over-application makes it smell like hairspray. One of my best girlfriends always wears this fragrance and it suits her - refined, driven, with a girly side. I get more from this scent now - fresh mint, citruses. s quite nice, sweet, still aquatic scent suitable for spring and summer. The people compared this to lemonade or a mojito are absolutely correct, at least when this fragrance is worn in warmer temperatures, which I would highly recommend doing.This fragrance could 100% be unisex on the right person. Ad G is very simple and clean, and I would highly recommend the scent to anyone; however, I'd be wary with how much you spray due to the fact that three sprays on each wrist and once on each side of my collarbone could have been a contributing factor to a headache I got while wearing it.It never smelled like a mojito on my friend, though I can see that happening for others if the mint was more prominent on their skin. In short: beautiful fragrance, but over-sprayers beware!
I probably won't buy another bottle when I run out of this but it has it's place in the current collection.So I went to smell the perfume and I felt deceived, it's not at all how I pictured it to smell.. But try it even if you usually don't like patchouli. After few hours it is actually similar to D&G Light Blue, only with patchoili. It's neither soapy nor "edible", the jasmine sticks out a little bit, but is supported by other notes.It's incredibly fresh like Dolce's Light blue, I was picturing something more along the lines of mysterious rain on a summer day or even the scent of a storm in the tropics, I don't know. But the lack of sweetness and muskiness makes it kind of asexual (although not unisex).I just finished up a mini bottle of this and love it!! On me this is a light citrus with mainly aquatic notes.. The way the lemon blends with the sweeter florals takes away any citrus greenness and makes Acqua di Gioia smell like a typical fresh fruity fragrance that could be bottled by any celebrity.