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What Is Times Square Perfume?
Times Square is a celebratory fragrance with scent notes of yellow florals, tuberose and patchouli. It was launched by Times Square in 2013.
What Does It Smell Like?
It's like popping a bottle of champagne at the stroke of midnight on New Year's Eve.
Earthy, woody, herbal and sweet
The manufacturer has not released an ingredient list for Times Square perfume. However, it likely contains ethanol alcohol as the primary ingredient, like most other fragrances. It also contains top notes of yellow flowers, a heart note of tuberose and a base note of patchouli.
Where Do You Apply Times Square Perfume?
Apply Times Square perfume directly to pulse points to extend the longevity of descent.
What Season Is It Best For?
This is an ideal aroma for fall and winter.
Is It Worth It?
There are currently no online reviews available for Times Square perfume, but it is a floral aroma with notes of woodiness and earthiness. These natural scents are usually extremely popular with people who enjoy woody aromas.
Is Times Square Perfume Trending or Outdated?
This perfume still has a large fan base, but it is starting to decline in popularity because it can sometimes be difficult to find.
How Long Does Times Square Perfume Last?
The woody and earthy base notes in Times Square perfume allow it to remain noticeable on skin for many hours after you apply it.
Why Does It Smell So Good?
A bouquet of yellow flowers in the top layer of this fragrance gives it a sweet floral accord, while the earthy undertones ground it and give it the perfect balance.
What Makes Times Square Perfume So Special?
This fragrance was created to reflect the excitement of the upcoming year on New Year's Eve.
What Kind of Perfume Is Times Square?
Times Square perfume is best suited for special occasions during the winter months.