Foliage by Antonio Visconti
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Foliage is a perfume by Antonio Visconti for women and was released in 2015. The scent is floral-spicy. It is still in production.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesCurrant, Pink pepper, Bergamot, Mandarin
Heart Notes Heart NotesPeony, Rosa centifolia absolute, Jasmine absolute
Base Notes Base NotesFrankincense, Grey musk

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Scent

7.4 (12 Ratings)

Longevity

7.3 (11 Ratings)

Sillage

6.5 (10 Ratings)

Bottle

7.9 (16 Ratings)
Submitted by Tatiana80, last update on 03.10.2019
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Cremerosa - poison green sprinkles - white ribbon
While the original bottle obviously has a warm tinted pale pink, the bottling, which I got through a generous draw, was in a sweet gummibärchengrünen glass atomizer, which I find very pretty, but by its color may have influenced me first of all in my sense of smell.

I have tested the fragrance several times and tried to hide this slightly artificial green impression. That didn't help much, because Foliage develops a rapid scent on my skin in the first 15 minutes (I find such scents very exciting and sometimes a little exhausting to annoying) and starts incredibly synthetic, bitter, with a really chemical impression of nail polish remover. I like green and herbaceous scents, but this one frightened me at first and then quickly turned into exactly the kind of green scents I like. Grated leaf green, as if not the fruits mentioned in the pyramid had been used, but only their leaves and green. I find this phase very beautiful and exciting, and after the synthetic introduction I am happy about the authentic, natural green! Very fast, too fast for me, the fragrance changes into a delicate flowery, creamy and musky soft phase, which is so soft that I can't tell the difference between rose and peony and I can't even smell the jasmine. Here the fragrance reminds me a bit of Florabotanica, but is closer to the skin. After three to four hours I can only sniff out a trace, here, in the drydown, I perceive a trace of warm-bitter earthiness, almost like a patchouli note(?), like after a day of gardening in the sun.
An exciting fragrance experience, I will gladly use the bottling to the end, purchase candidate would be Foluage for me but none.
I would like to thank Frlsmilla very much for the test opportunity!
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