Each bottle of Chaos Theory is truly unique, a fragrant fractal, and exercise in the joy of chance and uncertainty! Each is a one-of-a-kind, utterly random combination of scents, the composition of which is based on whim, mood and gut instinct.
CXXXVIII (138), reviewed 7-30-08
In the bottle, this is fruit and sugar. I can't really call it sugared fruit -- the two are definitely separate. Wet on my skin, it's fruit and cotton candy. Maybe fruit-flavored cotton candy. Dry, the fruit takes a backseat to the cotton candy, plus white sugar and powdered sugar have joined the party. Seriously, this is sweetness to the extreme. If I were to give this blend a name, it'd have to be Sugar Rush. It's a great scent, and I'm definitely keeping it.
4 out of 5 stars
CLXVIII (168), reviewed 7-31-08
As I feared, I'm having a hard time identifying what's in this. I think it's ozone-aquatic-fruit juice. In any case, it's a really nice scent and I'll keep it around.
3 out of 5 stars
DCCCLXXV (875), reviewed 8-19-08
In the bottle, this is sweet and foody. On me, I think it's sugar plums and sugar cookies, so I'm calling it 'Twas The Night Before Christmas. Definitely a keeper, and my favorite so far.
5 out of 5 stars!
DCCCLXXIX (879), reviewed 8-21-08
In the bottle and wet on my skin, it's clove single note. Unlike most clove blends, this one doesn't burn. Dry, some cedar starts to come through. This one's interesting but not me.
2 out of 5 stars
CMXVII (917), reviewed 8-25-08
On me, this is a lot of sparkly lemon with some lime in the background. I amp lemon, so it's going a little overboard on me. If I were to name this bottle, it'd have to be 7-Up.
1 out of 5 stars
CMXXIV (924), reviewed 8-26-08
In the bottle and wet on my skin, this is pure milk chocolate. This is what I expected Bliss to smell like. Dry, a little spice comes through. This is a lot like the April '07 13, except no catnip. I think I'll call this 13.5.
4 out of 5 stars