Tommy Hilfiger’s Loud

I bet you are all on the edge of your seats to find out the next giveaway I won! Or not…

Let me just say this though: I NEVER WIN ANYTHING.  Of the 25 years I have lived, I may have actually won only5 things, including these two giveaways.  So lets just say I was beyond pumped to win anything at all. Ever.

About month or so ago Laura (Lollipop26writes.com aka Lollipop26 on Youtube) blogged about her trip to Berlin to cover the launch of Tommy Hilfiger’s new scents.  If you couldn’t tell by the blog post, the new scent is called Loud.  On her return she had a giveaway for a set of of the scents.  5 people were to be picked to get the mens AND womens fragrances.  Much to my surprise I was one of the 5 to win.

I just received my package straight from Estée Lauder.  Why Estée Lauder you may ask?  Because it is the company that is actually packaging and marketing the product.

Tommy Hilfiger's Loud

Tommy Hilfiger's Loud courtesy of Lollipop25writes.com

It is marketed as a Gen Y scent.  There is a men’s version and a women’s version that play off each other by emphasizing or deemphasizing certain notes.  The men’s version has a top note of patchouli and a bottom note of rose. The womens version has a top note of rose and a bottom note of patchouli.

To keep with the Gen Y theme, Tommy Hilfiger has had the Ting Tings create a signature theme song for the fragrances.  You can listen to a clip of their song here.

I gave my boyfriend the mens version to see what he thought.  After two spritz I thought I was about to pass out.  It is incredibly strong.  The scent itself is not offensive though.  In fact it smells pretty much like a generic  “cologne”.  The patchouli didn’t set it apart from any other that I have smelled.  I think my boyfriend will just stick to his Starwalker by Mont Blanc (bergamot, sandalwood, musk, heaven).

The womens on the other hand is something unique. I love the smell of roses, but often times rose-scented items can smell a little “grammy” or “meme” as my brother would say. But with the small amount of punchy patchouli, the rose is very youthful.  I would consider it a darker smell; great for fall, winter, and early spring.  It is not as heavy or dark as Black Orchid by Tom Ford or, my go-to winter scent, Notorious by Ralph Lauren.

The packaging is OK.  It does seem a little “tween-y” but nothing like the oh-so-classy (*eye roll*) Mariah Carey or Paris Hilton scents.

Overall, I am impressed with Tommy!  I really like the women’s version and would even consider repurchasing it with my own money.  The mens I think I would pass on.

For those pumped to try these fragrances, sorry buckaroos, you will have to wait till spring of 2011 (for US sales).  If you live in the UK, the fragrances are already available.

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