Now, this isn't actually an Eau de Cologne. It is in fact classed as a "hair tonic" by the company - Pinaud. It is meant to act as a conditioner for hair "light" or "thin" hair, and it gives fragrance to the hair and improves blood circulation when massaged onto the scalp. That being said, it can also technically be used (in theory) as a skin splash, or a very light "body water" or Eau de Cologne. One interesting effect it has is that it can be used as a man's after shave, or skin lotion for the face after shaving the beard. In that respect it works wonders.
As for the fragrance itself, it consists of a very clear and refreshing citrus (mainly orange zest and bergamot) initial blast, with very light herbs (I can't detect anything specific) but maybe also a hint of juniper giving an aromatic freshness.
Does it last long? No. Does it work as an Eau de Cologne? Not really. Is it good for hair? Yes. Other than that don't expect too much from this one. As an Eau de Cologne it fails, but maybe as a hair conditioner it does it's job and gives hair fragrance and body. For the price it's okay. Nothing more.