Pop star Avril Lavigne will launch her third fragrance for women, Wild Rose, in September. As was the case with her prior fragrance, Forbidden Rose, the rose in the name is symbolic — there is no actual rose note in the perfume.
Wild Rose is a fruity floral; the notes include mandarin, grapefruit, plum, orange blossom, blue orchid, musk and sandalwood.
I will update with size and concentration when I can.
I like the bottle, but the juice sounds zzzzzzzz…
I have not smelled any of hers, yet.
Black Star is surprisingly nice, but Forbidden Rose just smells the same as most other mass-market fruity/florals out there; nondescript florals, bubble gum and vanilla…
I like the bottle too. not the slightest bit of interest in the fragrance….
“the rose in the name is symbolic ” I hate to tell them, so is the “wild.”
LOL So funny!
Honestly, I’d rather buy a factice than the juice.
The rose is symbolic? Symbolic of what, exactly? Perhaps it symbolizes a dud juice that nobody would buy so they slap a rose name and artwork on it and pray to whatever deity will listen that rose lovers will be too ignorant to notice the fact that their beloved flower is NOWHERE to be found?!
Can you tell I’m really sick and tired if companies doing this?
See, I love citrus notes paired with florals…but as is the case with many things, I doubt I’ll really even get a chance to sniff this one in Canada, though she’s Canadian so who knows.
Pl let go the “ROSE” thing perfumers!!!. Even the cap of bottle in picture looks like a Toy Rose.
i wonder … doess it smell good ?