Have You Found The One?

dolcegabbana theone Have You Found The One?
Dolce & Gabbana’s Light Blue perfume has been a favorite among women since its debut in 2001. Its mixture of Sicilian Citron, Granny Smith Apple, White Rose, and Amber is nice, but I never understood the hype. So on a recent trip to Sephora, when a saleswoman asked me if I’d like to try Dolce & Gabbana’s new fragrance, The One…well, I almost took a pass. But, as a beauty blogger, I have an obligation to neutrally report beauty news. I’m glad that I took one for the team because The One is warm, sensual, and sweet – just like we always dreamed ‘the one’ would be.

“The top notes radiate a vibrant luminosity, with a sun-touched citrus, while warm fruity notes of luscious lychee and succulent peach add to the delight. The passionate heart evokes an exploding femininity, with an opulent floral soul, creating a distinct, audacious signature. An unexpected hint of plum glows as the base finally blooms with luscious allure into the lasting warmth of vanilla and sweetened ambery-musk notes.”

The One is available at Amazon.com, Nordstrom, Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s, and Sephora.

2 Comments on Have You Found The One?

  1. Anita
    November 3, 2007 at 1:39 PM (7 years ago)

    I am absolutely not a fruity floral perfume fan and I don’t get the appeal of LB, either, but I tried The One recently and have to say, it’s very nice (esp. the drydown). Pleasant surprise!

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  2. niki
    November 3, 2007 at 7:15 PM (7 years ago)

    Yeah, my dad buys my mom practically every fragrance that’s out there and she didn’t really care for Light Blue either. she hardly ever touches it. i will have to tell him about The One because it sounds like more her preference. she likes softer scents as opposed to clean, fresh-smelling fragrances. thanks for the review! :)

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