Ed Hardy perfume review

By: Sebastian Daniel


If you are looking for a really fresh and modern fragrance to provide the perfect addition to a funky outfit or even to remember your misspent youth then the Ed Hardy perfume is certainly the one to go for. Christian Audigier is the creator and the tattoo designs by Don Ed Hardy were the inspiration, especially for the design of the bottle itself.
With skulls, hearts and scrolls with various phrases in then, the bottle is punk, fresh, new and modern and is everything a young punk rocker could need. For the more mature ladies out there though, it is unlikely that the design of the bottle will appeal. After all, “Love kills slowly” is hardly the most romantic phrase to tell a loved one when you hand them a bottle of perfume, and this is just one of the dark romance type phrases scribbled on the packaging.
When it comes to the perfume itself, again it is unlikely that the fragrance will hold much of an appeal for a more mature perfume wearer with a hint of apple soufflé to top of the rest of the fruity ingredients such as wild strawberry, ruby red grapefruit, mango and also fragrances that are slightly warmer in nature such as vanilla pudding and linden blossom.
Sexy and super vibrant are two words that have been used with Ed Hardy perfume and when you look at the fruity and exotic fragrances, it is not hard to believe this to be true. Rock and roll is certainly the main theme of this scent so perhaps it would be better suited to the younger generations that enjoy the modern sound of punk and rock music and like a perfume that stands out above the crowd.

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Sebastian Guthery has been a respected writer for the perfume industry for over 5 years. He has written hundred of fragrance related articles and operates several blogs that review the different types of designer perfume and cologne fragrance.

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