No, I find that this wears off before the middle of the day. Such a shame because it is such a sexy and unique scent. I am not one to carry around perfume and reapply so this is sort of a deal breaker if you want a long lasting scent.
answered 4 months, 1 week ago
I find that when y ou mix sinner and sain together you get an even better experience, it last longer and creates a total different perfume!! try it you will see
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
(Grande Prairie, AB)
Nope, they both fade really fast. However Adora lasts much longer.
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
im the type of person who probably wears too much perfume rather than too little so when i apply it i put on a good amount. People positively comment on it for awhile after application, but i do feel the need to reapply 2-3 times the same day. then again it could just be me wanting it to smell a little stronger than most people tend to wear their perfume. it is a heavy perfume that lasts a lot longer than citrusy/crisper/lighter scents.
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
It is a strong scent. I put it on at the beginning of my day (around 6 am) and it lasts me all day and night. I still smell of it when I get in the shower at night! Well...I dont tend to get home until late, so its usually technically morning by the time I get home. So yes it is a lasting scent. I strongly recommend it. I love love love it!
answered 2 years, 5 months ago
sinner stays for a pretty long time if you buy the actual bottle, i had the purser spray and it didnt stay that long, it depends on what you like, saint is very sweet smelling and sinner is darker and more dramatic
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
It's very long-lasting, and the scent changes a lot as you wear it.
Sinner is slightly richer and spicier, so it should have more lastability. Below is more information on olfactory fatigue, which is what makes you "tune out" the scent of a fragrance you wear often.
Fragrances are interpreted in the brain as a certain frequency, and when we begin to use a fragrance more frequently (or even after a few hours at times) our brain gets used to perceiving that frequency, and begins to tune it out. This is called olfactory fatigue. We would suggest asking other people if they can smell the scent on you, as it is likely that their brains haven't tuned it out yet.
Here are some additional application tips.
Spray on the pulse points (the wrists, the nape of the neck, behind the knees, etc). Fragrance is intensified by heat from the body, so a pulse point application is preferred by most as this allows you to get the most out of your scent. This is also the typical application for Eau de Parfum and pure Parfum (typically men's fragrances are offered in Eau de Cologne and Eau de Toilette formats) as these are the strongest concentrations of any scent.
One common mistake is to press the wrists together after spraying on a scent. This actually "crushes the bouquet" of your fragrance, altering the scent (though it may intensify it initially). There is no need to do this and for the truest sense of your scent, just let the wrists dry naturally.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
(San Francisco, CA)