Chang Chang

Chang Chang by En Voyage Perfumes
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Chang Chang is a perfume by En Voyage Perfumes for women and men. The release year is unknown. The scent is citrusy-synthetic. It is still in production.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesSolar note, Tagetes, Blood orange
Heart Notes Heart NotesBlossoms, Cream
Base Notes Base NotesWhite wood, Fruiry musk

Ratings

Scent

6.0 (4 Ratings)

Longevity

7.0 (2 Ratings)

Sillage

7.0 (2 Ratings)
Submitted by Apicius, last update on 01.05.2017
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7.0/10
Rickbr

190 Reviews
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Flame of White Flowers
Inspired on the primal elements of our universe, the En Voyage Cosmologie Collection seems to me go in the search of well executed simplicity to represent what is universal. The approach here is quite the opposite of most Shelley creations, looking to me more like a current style of creation, of quick evolution between opening, heart and base in way that the phases seems to form two moments instead of three.

For Chang Chang, inspired on the fire element, the perfumer tries to harmonize the hot and attractive fire profile with a pleasing aroma, which can be adequate for summer but with a great performance (and due that working very well on colder temperatures too).The fire representation seems to gravitate around white flores, specially the orange blossom.I smell fruty and bitter nuances, something that reminds me a lot of bitter orange petigrain, but also a mixture of gardenia and frangipani. There is something fleshly and almost animalic on this flowers, an impression that seems to be mistaken for a musk aroma with a shellac impression, a musk with also salty second nuances. When this warm phase ceases, the fragrance becomes more cozy, showing is fruity nuances of the musk blend and also revealing an abstract woody base that last the rest of the day on skin and that, curiously, retains part of the citrus and bitter aspects of the opening.

As a fire representation, Chang Chang is like a flame that a burns very intense at first and that little by little becomes more lukewarm, which is not bad at all, considering that in this intensity this flames seems to last the rest of the day..
6.0/10
ScentFan

325 Reviews
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I'll Pass
Tagetes dominates the top note, along with a warm metallic something that feels synthetic and threatens to close my nose. The wood and musk don't really improve things. All in all it smells like what the well-dressed Japanese robot might wear. Projection is better than my human nose prefers.

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