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Eternity was a love when in was in my teens and i still love it after the reformulations. I got it as a present and I wasn't quite sure about it.

However I've bought more since so even though I'm still not sure what I like about it, I do.

My beloved uncle is gone now, but I can relive that time with him whenever I want by going to this beautiful perfume. There's a slight plasticy note that follows over from Eternity, but that's easy to put to the side. It's a fabulous, intricate, fresh, rich, juicy, slightly peppery, warmly spicy masterpiece. I didn't like it much at first, but that quickly changed.

I'm a fan of L'Air du Temps as well, but given the "temperature difference" between these two blossoming carnations, L'Air being very warm, and Eternity being chilled, if you're a carnation fan, these scents are quite effective for seasonal rotation. It's well-blended, such that no single note dominates. Nice in spring and summer, but would work year-round, I think.

Eternity is a hymn of eternal values: love, family and peace. I smelled this on a girl a year ago and just fell in love with her perfume, I just didn't know what perfume it was! I asked her and she told me that she had mix it with her spray deodorant. When I bought it after 6 months .first time I put it on, I felt that it was synthetic and annoying but when it took its time it got better.

The composition opens with fresh citrus and green notes, that is followed by the note of violet and lily-of-the-valley. I cant say that I love it .I feel that I need to wear it. Maybe because I used to put on sweet and ambery scents and I need that green sense from time to time.

For anyone wondering what this unique flowers smells like and lives in San Francisco, just last week, I was at Trader Joes and they had fresh cut freesia bouquets for sale.

It has a slight sour plumlike smell with fresh delicate dewy flowers scent; once you smell it you won't forget it.

I'm a fan of L'Air du Temps as well, but given the "temperature difference" between these two blossoming carnations, L'Air being very warm, and Eternity being chilled, if you're a carnation fan, these scents are quite effective for seasonal rotation. It's well-blended, such that no single note dominates. Nice in spring and summer, but would work year-round, I think.

Eternity is a hymn of eternal values: love, family and peace. I smelled this on a girl a year ago and just fell in love with her perfume, I just didn't know what perfume it was! I asked her and she told me that she had mix it with her spray deodorant. When I bought it after 6 months .first time I put it on, I felt that it was synthetic and annoying but when it took its time it got better.

The composition opens with fresh citrus and green notes, that is followed by the note of violet and lily-of-the-valley. I cant say that I love it .I feel that I need to wear it. Maybe because I used to put on sweet and ambery scents and I need that green sense from time to time.

For anyone wondering what this unique flowers smells like and lives in San Francisco, just last week, I was at Trader Joes and they had fresh cut freesia bouquets for sale.

It has a slight sour plumlike smell with fresh delicate dewy flowers scent; once you smell it you won't forget it.

It has a lovely sillage that gently makes a statement with out being overpowering. There are gentle florals with a dash of spice on sweet sandalwood It has a powdery dry down. I have the vintage version and am not sure if it differs from the new one.