Girls Fashion Türkis

Girls Fashion Türkis by Coscentra
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Girls Fashion Türkis is a perfume by Coscentra for women. The release year is unknown. The scent is synthetic-powdery. The production was apparently discontinued.
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Submitted by Sternanis, last update on 06.01.2020.
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I've seen that before...
Actually I expected a nasty attack of methylated spirits at the first sniff of the price, as it often is - instead a small juicy apple laughs at me: no green or dark red, but these small half red, half yellow from the 2.5 kg sack :P
In addition there is orange blossom, powdery sweet - and something I know from a flower shop - hyacinth?
Freesia? In addition a discreet aquatic tone, clearly synthetic-abstract, but without any hints of cucumber, and something fresh green-spicy-coumariniges that reminds me of herbs, flower stems and woodruff. Hay spice notes... Tonka bean? (unfortunately I never smelled pure, so I can only speculate. Coumarin but I know)?
These notes last until the base, which ends with vanilla and cedar. The vanilla-cedar combination at the end reminds me *lightly* (really only very light, don't worry :P) of Vanille Noire, but also of "The Dreamer" due to the somehow greenish spicy.
And a kind of "violet without violet" is included... half a violet? Olfactory hallucination? I smell something that goes roughly in that direction, but without the typical depth and suction effect, that unique feeling in the nose that makes violet notes for me. But maybe the note is just too weak.
A powdery, soft code note resonates even at the end, and the fruity and flowery-green notes last relatively long in the course of the fragrance - well, the whole fragrance lasts only 3-4 hours.

What remains in the end is a very restrained and very close sandalwood. This will last until the next day, but does not smell like the scent anymore. It's not a base, it's just a kind of reverberation.
It looks somehow familiar to me in every phase, but I can't really assign it. I don't know if it is based on a well-known fragrance or just takes up a few topics here and there.
Here a code orange blossom, a little flowery Daisy flanker buzzes by (which was that again...) then again something powdery cedar, 100 times somewhere smelled.

The overall impression is fruity and cheerful, a little sweet but not too squeaky due to the discreet (not pungent!) freshness and the woody parts. No sticky fruit candy but rather a spritzer with a few flowers next to it.
The scent is nice, but a bit "unround", a bit unripe. You can carry it, but you don't have to. But it won't bother anybody.
I would classify the quality of the fragrance composition and the durability with a better deodorant. That's a good price to pay
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