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After reading the other reviews, I would have to agree. It is very similar to Sunflowers, yet a tad more refined. It's not a favorite.
By   - teacher from Columbus on 5/21/2012
Fantastic fragrance. Cool, while powerful. Sexy fragrance that leaves the impression that you're not trying to hard to be sexy.
By   - artist from NYC on 3/25/2011
Initially, when I first put it on, it was soft and "airy". Pretty... But, about 10-15 minutes into the dry down, it began to remind me of Elizabeth Arden's Sunflowers. Unfortunately, I have a very strong, overwhelmingly negative reaction to that particular scent... However, if you like Sunflowers- this is Sunflowers on steroids. The scent has tremendous staying power. Great if you like it, not so great if you are like me, and not too fond of that smell.
By   - Consultant from DC on 6/24/2010
I find Turquoise to be beautifully refreshing! It reminds me a lot of Apothia IF - which I absolutely love and cannot get enough of. The only issue I have with Turquoise is that it seems to be almost too quiet of a scent - I'd like it to have a little more punch and sillage, but the scent itself is divine.
By   - teacher from Portland on 8/19/2009
Unfortunately this smells like humid air to me. Maybe it is so subtle that I don't get it. To me, this has nothing that stands out.
By   - from Istanbul on 5/17/2007
Turquoise is so refreshing and pure-smelling it seems to cool my body temperature. It is truly a fabulous fragrance, and it is definitely full-bottle worthy. It's hard to describe: It feels sharp and cold in my nostrils, like mint, but it doesn't smell like mint. It reminds me of ocean water, but it smells like spring water, fresh air, and light spicy florals. Turquoise is an outstanding fragrance for those who are uncomfortable in heat, and want to smell like a splash of icy water. Lasting power is very good.
By   - from Orange County, CA on 3/30/2007
clean but still feminine. it is a nice layer to brighten up heavier scents.
By   - from austin,tx on 9/27/2006
Another one I will pass on to someone who can appreciate it more than myself. I like clean, fresh, musk scents. Just not this one. But Sage has many other scents that are very nice!
By  on 9/2/2006
Very sweet and bright; I don't detect any marine notes. A bit on the 'average' side; not very unique in my opinion.
By  on 4/28/2006
Conjures up the beach, clear blue water, summer, and the scent of white flowers carried by an ocean breeze for me. Sage strikes again with another brilliant fragrance.
By   - journalist from Manila on 10/22/2004
A beautiful scent that does conjure up feelings of the ocean. Not a true marine....much better.
By   - from Los Angeles on 6/22/2004
This scent it a lot sweeter than you might guess a marine scent would be. Sage often leans to the sweet side though, often gorgeously so. It's still fresh and ocean like, but I would not call this scent 'crisp' or 'bracing'. It's more of a sweet blue scent to my nose.
By   - from Boca Raton on 11/26/2003
turquoise reminds me of the ocean. It is definately a marine scent that makes me think of summer.
By   - from san francisco on 11/26/2003
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