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Modern-powdery premiere of a classic
Hello, you fragrance-loving creatures (which is actually just a nicer term for "perfume-addicted noses" :D). Welcome to a new comment from me. I'm writing about a fragrance tonight where I've surprised myself that I'm even commenting on it... I kept thinking that I'd already tested and described the Eau Premiere version of Chanel No5, but apparently it's one of the few fragrances that I haven't even released my mustard for.
But you won't get away from me just like that, mu ha haha, after all I have discovered that I haven't written anything here yet, so I'll now hand in my commi on the fragrance, whether you like it or not!
Wait... that sounds really psychopathic! And I'm so nice, you idiots! D
Be that as it may. No5 by Chanel is a worldwide known classic, which you either like or not. I personally think No5 is great (especially the EDP and L'Eau), even if it sometimes seems a bit mature and old-fashioned, depending on the fragrance version. But either way, I would still recommend every lady to try the No5 fragrances, just to test them. Especially for fragrance-enthusiastic creatures (above just perfume-addicted olfactory bulbs :D) No5 is almost a must read... uh... or rather a must read? Whoa, that sounds stupid, but you know what I mean. Well then, I'll get started and tell you if this fragrance is also a success or just a quickly created new version or flanker.
A little later the fragrance continues to smell nice powdery soft and sweetish. There is also some Ylang-Ylang, which goes well with the aldehydes and both of them are a bit more smelling from the background in terms of intensity. The sweet is a mix of vanilla and jasmine, and there is also a nice floral note with the May rose (which, by the way, seems like a normal rose to me).
In the base the Ylang-Ylang seems to get through a little better. Although this flower is not my cup of tea, as so often, I find the fragrance here generally quite okay, since everything else here still smells very nice, like vanilla, some neroli (although quite weak), rose and jasmine and everything just harmonizes very well. All in all, the fragrance is very successful, smells pleasantly soft and beautiful and is generally highly recommended for a test!
The silage and durability:*
In contrast to the "normal" No5 scents, the Sillage is somewhat weaker, so that it would have to be perceived best from a closer distance. Also the durability seemed to me compared to the other No5 fragrances significantly shorter, but is still good. One can calculate seven to eight hours here.
Since the intensity of this fragrance is noticeably lower and all the sultry flowers don't come across as soo sultry or heavy, I think this No5 is even an all-rounder that could be worn on warmer days in spring and summer. As an occasion, it has a fragrance that is mainly good for going out, but since it doesn't last very long (or lose its intensity quickly), it might be better to use it for the day after all. Well, like I said, he's an all-rounder, just use him for everything :)
Well, that's it. I should check if there are any other No5 variants that I haven't described yet, so that I can continue to annoy you with these scents (and I can just see that there are actually a few more versions that I still have to comment on, hey he :D)! Otherwise I wish you a nice evening, see you :)