Eau de Parfum

by Profumum

Confetto Sizes Available:
100ml $265
18ml Travel Spray $83
0.7 ml
0.7 ml sample $6
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Here's what other people are saying about Confetto...
I have to agree with Kristen. I bought a bunch of samples from Lucky Scent and fell in love with Confetto. Later, I bought a bottle and it''s not the same. Sample is warm, powdery, marzipan fragrance. The bottle is more subdued, reminds me of a lot of a Skin Musk cologne. Very disappointed (not with Lucky Scent though!). There had to have been a reformulation at some point.
By   - Nonprofit from San Jose on 10/24/2018
On me it smells like a rootbeer float
By   - Geologist from Los Angeles on 9/16/2018
Well, first I want to say that my review in no way reflects the service I''ve received and continue to receive from Lucky Scent. I am a loyal fan and will continue to utilize their services. However, I''ve had a disappointing experience with this perfume. I first bought the sample to give it a whirl and was immediately smitten--like most other reviewers of this scent. I bought the full bottle, and it''s simply not the same. I heard some reformulations occurred with this house, and I''m wondering if I mightn''t have received a newer, less potent revision. It''s a shame because I truly adored this perfume, but I am quite disappointed. It''s not as strong and lacks the depth of the sample. I can only smell it if I bury my nose in my arm.
By   - English Professor from Bakersfield on 3/10/2018
A sugar bomb up top, and not nearly as celebratory of almond''s bitter or woody aspects as I would have hoped from the description, but it''s definitely more sophisticated than the average vanilla-skewing gourmand. Credit goes to the warm and pretty amber holding the drydown together.
By   - editor from Seattle on 1/17/2018
Confetto is definitely similar to Dior HP but I much prefer Confetto. The smell is richer but softer. A luxurious smelling fragrance. I was never a fan of Dior HP but I am absolutely a fan of Confetto. FBW!
By   - IT from TX on 3/14/2017
I purchased a sample and then a bottle. I do believe it to be reminiscent of Hypnotic Poison, but i can tell the difference between the two. I used to wear Hypnotic poison and loved it. Confetto is a beautiful fragrance, the vanilla is sweet but then the dry down is wonderful.
By   - Administrative  from bethany on 7/1/2016
Wow, amazing perfume! Dior basically copied Confetto with their Hypnotic Poison EDT! Sorry Dior, but Confetto is so much better..
By   - Social Media from Atlanta on 5/19/2016
I got this as a sample and it is the 2nd of the bunch that I have tried. I am almost tempted to stop my search and only pick this one up but I have 9 more to try. This scent is very long lasting. I have received 2 compliments on it already at work. The musk isn''t heavy at all. I find this to be sweet and powdery. Overall very feminine and sexy. I adore this one!!!!! Will purchase very soon!!!
By   - Paralegal from Fort Myers on 1/14/2016
What is wrong with the gauge luckyscent? Better make this unisex.
By  on 1/10/2015
I thought I would love this, but that dreaded musk reared its disgusting head and ruined it for me.
By   - from Houston on 2/22/2013
It does smell a lot like Hynotic Poison. I like that perfume a lot but can''t wear it cause it''s too strong and intense on me unfortunately. Confetto is nice but didn''t make me swoon for it. I felt neutral about it. I bet with the right chemistry it could be great though. It''s sweet but not overboard. If you think you may like this than get a sample cause it''s got potential.
By   - from puerto rico on 10/3/2011
this scent is a beautiful, beachy scent to me. i agree that it''s sweet but its not too "sticky". smells a bit like delicious sunscreen, if youre into that
By   - student from san francisco on 7/18/2011
It is EXACTLY like DIOR- HYPNOTIC. Honestly makes me nauseous. If your looking from a great vanille fragrance - M.Micallef Vanille Aoud is heavenly.
By   - from DC on 7/11/2011
I didn''t feel the love for Confetto like I expected. It had a sharp, synthetic smell that I didn''t find appealing. Next...
By  on 5/6/2011
Oh how i wanted to love this one.. Originally i compared this with lea, Amande Sucree, and ss. cara. They all have the almond note and are slightly similar but for some reason confetto is unimpressive on my skin with minimal lasting power and not terribly fragrant. I think this one comes down to chemistry, but i ended up picking Cara which smells like almonds and marshmallows and is the best of the 3 on my skin. Im sure this would be great on the right person but i would suggest trying SS Cara along with this, its cheaper and i do prefer it. I do think this line has some amazing frags and i own vanitas and Acqua e Zucchero and intend to add Fiore d''Ambra to my collection as well.
By  on 12/7/2010
I am surprised by how much I like this. On my skin, it doesn''t read as sweet as the other sweet Profumums. Reminds my of marzipan, but there is another note in there that balances out the sugared almond. I think the list says anise, which I usually hate. Whatever it is, it makes this one a winner.
By   - from Los Angeles on 2/11/2010
this is lovely, although it reads as pure vanilla on me. I''ve enjoyed smelling it all day (and have NEVER ever been attracted to vanilla scents) but my husband says it reminds him of the vanilla-scented car deodorizers. sad, because I think it''s warm and soft and lovely.
By   - designer from Atlanta on 11/3/2009
Never, ever, ever have I worn a fragrance that gets soooo many comments...all positive. Men and women love it. I get at least one compliment every day. I''ve heard it said that if you get a ton of compliments, you''ve found your new fragrance. I won''t switch in a very long time. I prefer to wear the same fragrance becomes my signature scent.
By   - Photographer from Atlantic City on 10/14/2009
my new favorite! absolutely delicious!!!
By   - from new york on 10/1/2009
I ran out to the mail box to get my samples, and this one was my FAVORITE!! It smells so sexy and seductive, I think I am in love, I just can''t stop sniffing... this just makes you wanna get cozy with the one you love. YUMMY
By   - stylist from Chicago, IL on 1/20/2009
This is easily the best perfume I have ever tried. Id like to introduce a new grade of 6 stars. Its like the holy grail of all scents. Although a word of warning. The bottle comes with a cheap screw on atomizer attachment which you have to put on yourself. I made the expensive mistake of trusting the atomizer wouldnt leak and ended up with three quarters of the bottle spilt in my handbag. Am totally gutted. K
By   - from preston england on 11/26/2008
I love almond scents but I didn''t get any almond from this at all. What I did get was a migraine unfortunately. I think it''s just me, my sniffer is just off. I thought that a hint of anise would be ok, but it was more than a hint and my husband loathes anise and therefore would not stand next to me if I wore this. Bummer.
By   - Mom/Wife/Reader/Dancer/Nerd from East Bay on 9/21/2008
This is the second day of wearing. Yesterday it was too overpowering upon application. After today''s application has mellowed it is spicy with a familiar incense-like note. I guess I like florals better. Not for daily wear. Maybe outdoors at night on boardwalk or a carnival.
By   - accounting from NJ suburbs on 8/31/2008
I adore this. It reminds me of a lighter version of Hypnotic Poison, minus the florals. HP was my daily go-to scent for years, and I still wear it often enough to go through a bottle every year. Confetto will do very nicely for me as a casual scent. I''m buying a bottle. Pricey, but so beautiful. I also found that it layers beautifully over the drydowns of both Luctor et Emergo or HP. I think if you love Hypnotic Poison, you will love Confetto.
By   - Nurse from St. Louis on 4/3/2008
The is a new line at Srphora called Eau de Vie and the "Almond" perfume of the line smelss pretty much IDENTICAL to this! And it costs $18!!! They both smell great but to me there is just not enough difference at all to justify the price difference. I''m givng 4 starsthough because either way, i love them both.
By  on 8/16/2007
Does anyone remember Blue Jeans? This is it exactly! I just had a major flashback, scary.
By   - from boston on 5/14/2007
this is less sweet than K.M Loukoum and easier to wear. Slightly gourmand but not too over the top. Gorgeous!
By  on 5/3/2007
Three words: Hypnotic Poison Lite. (I''m pretty sure HP has a number of other notes that Confetto lacks, but the rendering is still remarkably similar.) There is a grassyminty quality that the Dior lacks, which I believe can be credited to the anise. Confetto is lighter and more approachable than HP in my opinion, and I do have to say that if money were a moot point, Confetto would undoubtably be preferable.
By   - Undergrad from Chapel Hill on 4/7/2007
This smells just like Dior Hypnotic Poison which is one of my favorite scents but much,much cheaper. It smells good though!
By   - from Virginia on 3/17/2007
I love this so much that I am going to tell you not to buy it so I can have it all to myself! I want to be the only person in the world who smells this good!
By   - hr from nj on 2/1/2007
I love this! Confetto is the answer to my prayers. Several years ago, I fell in love with Lea St. Barth but longed for something that had some staying power. Here it is. Confetto is a different fragrance, but the almond and richness is reminiscent of Lea. The almond is beautiful and soft, and it must be the combination of amber & anise that gives it a bit of spicy kick on the drydown...but just a bit. It''s perfect...a definite 5 for me.
By   - Work At Home Mom from Arroyo Grande on 1/17/2007
This is lovely. Soft almond with a lilting powdery finish. Just a touch of anise and sweetness makes this a tiny bit gourmand but not overly so. Lasted all day too.
By   - writer from Chicago on 1/1/2007
At first I thought this is very similar to Guerlain''s L'' Heure Bleue but without any violetiris. As it evolves there are waterymelon-ish notes and light play-doh as well. There is a sharp green almond note that is almost too sweet, like artifical sweetner. OK, but not as warm or fuzzy as I would have liked.
By   - Teacher from Stockton on 12/13/2006
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