Bronze Goddess Perfume Review

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Bronze Goddess

Bronze Goddess is a popular and luxurious fragrance that has gained a reputation as a go-to scent for any occasion. Bronze Goddess is such a lovely, delicate perfume that makes you feel upscale and elegant. This is a great choice if you like summer fragrances. If you enjoy coconut, white florals, and subtle vanilla, this was made just for you. It has the sensation of the sun warming your skin on a tropical beach and somehow evokes the feeling of warm, sun-kissed skin. In this review, we will discuss the scent notes, lasting power, and overall experience of wearing Bronze Goddess. 

  • Perfumer: N/A
  • Year launched: 2019
  • Scent Accord: Amber Floral
  • Perfume Gender: Feminine

Fragrance Notes

  • Top notes: Opens with Italian Bergamot, Ginger, and Mandarin
  • Middle notes: At the heart of the fragrance lies Frangipani, Coconut, and JAsmine Sambac Absolute
  • Base notes: At the base Amber, Musk, Cashmere Wood and Vanilla Absolute


  • Longevity: 4 hours plus
  • Sillage: Moderate
  • Projection: Moderate


The packaging of the perfume Bronze Goddess is designed to capture the essence of the name. The cap looks as though a bronze wire has been wrapped around it, which gives the bottle a regal look. The standout color is the green strap on the bottle neck, which provides an interesting contrast to the bronze and further emphasizes the name of the perfume. The overall color theme of the packaging is therefore very much in keeping with the name of the perfume.


Bronze Goddess is marketed as a beachy, sunscreen-y, super summery fragrance, but the opening is almost generic, with a weaker resemblance to Black Opium. The first impression is heavier and sweeter, lacking the expected summer and beachy vibe. The fragrance projects strongly within 8 inches of the skin at first, but after a few minutes, the coconut scent becomes slightly more apparent, with a hint of sunscreen. However, the overall fragrance remains primarily sweet and warm, not what the reviewer had anticipated.

After five minutes, the fragrance becomes lighter, with a more subtle scent, and loses much of its sweetness. The coconut is more apparent, but lacks the sweetness usually associated with it, and has a slight bitterness or plainness to it.

After forty minutes, the fragrance becomes a lighter, fresher, but slightly richer scent, with the cashmere woods more pronounced and pleasant. However, the projection of the scent remains weak, almost like a skin scent.

Final Thoughts

In conclusion, while Bronze Goddess perfume may be marketed as a beachy, summery scent, the opening is reminiscent of Black Opium, with a generic sweetness that lacked the expected summer vibe. The scent develops into a pleasant, clean, musky vanilla amber coconut fragrance, but lacks projection and longevity. The fragrance may be suitable for those seeking a lighter, subtle scent with a hint of coconut and woods, but those looking for a true beachy, sunscreen-y scent may be disappointed.

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