“The joy of living the light blue mediterranean life. Rediscover the original celebration of sensual Mediterranean style. Capturing sun-drenched summer days and dazzling nights, this colorful, fresh, floral-fruity scent reflects the sexiness of the mediterranean lifestyle.”
Notes for Light Blue are as follows, Top Notes of Apple, cedar, Bellflower, Sicilian lemon, Heart Notes of Rose, bamboo, jasmine, and Base Notes of Amber, musk, and cedar
My Review of D&G Light Blue
Light Blue is an iconic fragrance, very famous when it was launched, and still one of the best-sellers for D&G. First spray is an instant burst of lemon, very citrusy and stays that ways for about two minutes. After which lovely florals start to merge and is followed by a woody cedar base.
Light Blue is very sharp in the beginning, like taking a huge bite out of an ice candy, refreshing and cool. Once the burst of lemons fades away, the real beauty of this fragrance emerges. I don’t like the opening much, but it has a lovely dry down indeed. It would have been my go to scent for hot summer days, if it had a better longevity. The longevity and sillage, both are low, and requires frequent re-applications throughout the day. The scent in itself is very fresh, and indeed would be perfect for a day at the beach.
Suitable for lazy summer days, and would be pleasing to anyone near you. Light Blue brings a picture of woman in starched white cotton dress, lounging in shade near the pool, with a icy lemonade in hand. It is more suited to young college goers, than for office wear. Bottle is very plain, rectangular in frosted glass, and a light blue top, with a silver block on the neck.
Will I recommend it: Not really, the longevity is an issue. Try it on yourself to test the lasting power on you, before you invest.
Retail Price: Approx INR 5600 for 100 ml
(Picture courtesy: D&G official campaign, and mine)