Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Pretty Woman by Barbara Orbison Fragrance Review



Pretty Woman Perfume reveals a complex melody of florals, spices and woods. It's uniquely crisp, and arouses warm upbeat feelings. Bringing to mind the Roy Orbison's song. Roy Orbison's wife Barbara
created this signature perfume which promises to be a "scentsation", capturing the hearts of consumers everywhere.


“It has been a life-long dream of Barbara's to create a perfume that speaks to women everywhere.” “She believe that within every woman there is a pretty woman and my signature fragrance helps bring that out that inner beauty, confidence and spirit so they feel strong, empowered, sensual and pretty.”

Barbara has been involved in every step of the development from conception to the final launch. She worked closely with perfumers to formulate the exact scent she desired. She selected the bottle from prestigious fashion houses in Paris and worked closely with the graphic designers to craft a package & label that reflects the pure, elegant essence of the fragrance.

Pretty Woman Perfume is currently launching in specialty retailers including Plaza Beauty in New York's Plaza Hotel, Planet Blue, Clydes in NYC, and Fred Segal. Her fragrance retails for $80.00 for 1.7 oz.

The fragrance is quite surprising. It's both pretty and womanly in the same measure.
"It has been a life-long dream of mine to create a perfume that speaks to women everywhere," says Barbara. "I believe that within every woman there is a pretty woman and my signature fragrance helps bring out that inner confidence and spirit so they feel strong, empowered, sensual and pretty."

Pretty Woman Perfume would receive 4 out of 5 stars. Personally, I would not wear this scent as it's for a more mature woman. However, it was packaged beautifully and it would make the perfect scent for that particular customer.