Bright Crystal starts with pomegranate and yuzu, a citrus fruit from East Asia. You’ll love this opening: the two types of sourness those fruits put together produce a smell that is clearly citrus, but different from the usual, similar to orange but without asperities.
Florals are there though (peony and magnolia), and start to come out after about 15 minutes. The transition will be slow and enjoyable, with nothing dense nor aggressive. After all, with a name like that, Bright Crystal Perfume could not be a heavy fragrance, although the word “bright” is not what I would use to describe it.
It’s not at all dark, but it has a sort of pink halo wrapping the freshness of the citrus and florals. The duration wasn’t massive on me. I could hardly feel the dry down on my skin, but I had the time to snatch a warm-ish woodsy finale.
Versace Bright Crystal Eau De Toilette is simple but very delicate, and you’ll love the way the citrus notes play with the florals during the transition. I would put it to bed quite early though: the light of day is where it belongs.