Diamond Princess

Diamond Princess

by Trina
2005 Creation
Woman Gender
Floral - Fruity Olfactory groups

Olfactory pyramid

Diamond Princess
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Description

Sparkling citrus is laced with sweet fruits and green notes in the opening, leading into the lush and very feminine white floral heart. Soft woods and musk provide warmth and sensuality in the drydown.

At a glance

A lush and sexy floral for the woman who is not afraid to take a few risks.

History

Diamond Princess is the debut fragrance from Trina, the popular American sitcom actress and hip hop diva. Named for her second album, the scent is designed to echo Trina’s own glamorous but edgy persona. According to Trina, the fragrance “really captures who I am and who I want to be. It definitely leaves an impression”. Available at leading retailers or get a sample at one of Trina's concerts.

Range

Eau de Toilette spray 1.7 and 3.4 oz; Eau de Parfum spray 1.7 oz; Body Lotion and Shower Gel, 6.8 oz; Shimmer Perfume Roll-on

Bottle

The deep lavender packaging features a pavé encrusted logo on the outer box. A band of Swarovski crystals beneath the T shaped cap, and loose Swarovski crystals inside the bottle provide the requisite bling to the sensually curved bottle created by Italian glass maker Bormioli.

  • No rate for this perfume 18 february 2015

    I agree with CLAIRDEJOUR and ECKBO57. Jasmine in a fruity floral could bring the bouyancy down. It already has the heady gardenia. The flacon does look "cheap.." I do not know this hip-hop Diva Trina and I do watch a lot of hip-hop shows (I don't watch them all so I could be wrong about her "diva" status).

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  • No rate for this perfume 21 january 2015

    Gardenia in heart is a good point for this floral-fruity. But night-blue jasmine could be too heavy, too strong in that composition. Anyways, I don't know this brand and the bottle seems to be "cheap".

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  • No rate for this perfume 05 june 2013

    Pourquoi écrire le nom du parfum sur le flacon. Cela donne un côté "bon marché".

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