by Shania on Jun 28, 2016
Gucci guilty smell like an old women to be so hopefully the intense version is so much better
Like the Amber
by ASHLEY on Jan 11, 2016
I like the amber as I am a amber lover through and through. However, the pink pepper is a no-no as I hate spicy and this scent is just too strong.
More like mild
by Monique on Jan 8, 2016
Gucci guilty intense smells good but did not have the projection and strength I was looking for. The "intense" title is misleading more like a regular, there is nothing intense about it.
by SD on Nov 20, 2015
Gucci fragrances are mediocre, including this. Doesn't mean it's bad though; this one is pretty nice.
Gucci Guilty Not-so-intense
by Laura on Jul 12, 2015
So I love my Gucci Guilty but it disappears before I can get out the door, so I tried the intense, hearing that it's an EDP with more lasting power. It is similar to Gucci Guilty, but there's a little more pink pepper and amber - slightly darker and richer - which hides a bit of my beloved lilac. I was okay with that, but dismayed to find that it doesn't last much longer than my Guilty at all! Still, how could I not love this perfume? Just a little stronger, but not much longer.
by Nazia on Feb 28, 2015
This surprised me. For an intense Gucci Guilty, I expected something intensely fruity and unbearable, but this is actually nice. Opening is a lot like Gucci Premiere, somewhat masculine, citrusy, patchouli - but not too sharp. And now there is a lot of lovely lilac and amber, with pink pepper. It's actually nice! I don't think of this as a sexy fragrance, but it is lovely in a simple, quiet way.
Not for me
by Stephanie on Nov 18, 2014
Don't like this one. I expected something strong due to the name, but it's too sweet for me. A little nauseating, and I only applied a small drop. The dry down is better, but not good enough - this is just like many other scents out there right now.
by Heather on Aug 10, 2013
This is most excellent! It's an intense and powerfully intoxicating floral oriental fragrance! It's composed of excessive pink pepper and when mixed with lilac in the manner it is here; well, it's absolutely divine! The scent opens with notes of mandarin and that ab fab pink pepper (so spicy sexy.) Forming the core are lilac, violet, and heliotrope. It's all laid on a base of patchouli and amber. Warm amber is another reason the pink pepper and lilac glow so mysteriously together!
It took me a long time to realize exactly what really makes a fragrance for me worth signaturization. The super important fact that qualifies this scent as one in that category is that I simply never ever (not even in the least little bit) grow tired of it -- true fact!!