Kenzo Jeu D'Amour Eau de Parfum for Woman 50 ml

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Kenzo Jeu D'Amour Eau de Parfum for Woman 50 ml

Kenzo Jeu D'Amour Eau de Parfum for Woman 50 ml

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I wanted to try it since the notes sound really appealing, although to me this smells really syrupy actually the cough syrup sort. If the data is transferred to the US, there is a risk that your data can be processed by US authorities, for control and surveillance measures, possibly without legal remedies.

It has been on me for 2 days already, it has a trail, not overpowering, very feminine (warm, delicate). Anyway, I can understand why it is a popular fragrance I mean it is soft and uncommon I guess nothing that will put You off. The early transition between opening and drydown was not particularly impressive, but the fragrance grew increasingly lovelier, until I later caught a lightly sweet and powdery, slightly musky scent that strongly reminded me of something. It's been on my wrist for about 6 hours and still going strong, which doesn't usually happen for me which is why I prefer spraying onto my clothes. The fragrance is very well balanced between the "bodiness" of tuberose, the freshness of freesia, the juicy pomegranate, and the sandalwood that contributes with the spicyness.

I guess few people get to smell real tuberose in a garden (and many would run away especially from some species!

Jeu d'Amour Eau de Toilette, a new version, comes out in early 2015, and says: "Play, smile, seduce and deceive again . Whatever it is, I am enjoying Jeu d'Amour even more than I do the L'Occitane fragrance, because while I like the latter's drydown, I get a waxy opening from it, which I could almost taste. I have to admit that Jeu D'Amour is nicely composed and creamy, fine and feminine scent but it's not for me. New: A brand-new, unused, unopened and undamaged item in original retail packaging (where packaging . a pretty spring/summer floral but nothing spectacular, a bit acquatic and full of tuberose with some sharp freesia and musk and maybe a hint of pomegranate if someone tells you and you stretch your nose; the tuberose is in the top but it is sharp, powdery freesia in the base with some musk.

After I sprayed it, it smelled wonderful - juicy, not too sweet, slightly powdery, very interesting and sensual.

When I saw the bottle I thought: ok, here is yet another flanker, can't designers make anything new? Comparing the notes, they only have musk in common, but reading up I learned that freesia is from the iris family, so I'm not sure if that is why they smell similar to me. Not that this scent is the epithome of creativity and originality, but in the messy sea of mainstream it stands quite bright. The information you provide above is used to send communications about Kenzo offers, news and events.I haven't got any experience with Avon's perfumes so I can't compare the bottle design, to me it seems an elegant understated bottle, just like the perfume inside. It creates floral and a bit powdery gauze around you (thanks to freesia), I can't describe it really fresh, but it isn't heavy at all.

I would describe it as completely floral perfume that has a lot of freesia in, a bit tuberose and a tiny bit of sandalwood and blood orange, but it's not gourmet at all.Granted, it smells mainstream, and far from being original or striking, but it's very nice and shows enough textures for me perceive it as a relatively true tuberose. com perfumes magazine - All Rights Reserved - do not copy anything without prior written permission.

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