Tears of Iris 2019

Tears of Iris by Gucci
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Tears of Iris is a new perfume by Gucci for women and men and was released in 2019. The scent is powdery-floral. It is being marketed by Coty.
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Fragrance Notes

Iris, Sandalwood, Angelica seed, Musk

Ratings

Scent

8.1 (57 Ratings)

Longevity

6.5 (53 Ratings)

Sillage

5.6 (53 Ratings)

Bottle

8.5 (50 Ratings)
Submitted by DonVanVliet, last update on 16.10.2020.
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9
Scent
6
Longevity
6
Sillage
9
Bottle
Kieran
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Kieran
Helpful Review    5  
You're the closest to heaven that I'll ever be
Every time I apply this scent and smell it, I have the song Iris from the Goo Goo Dolls in my head. This is not only because of the name match, but also because of the lyrics and the mood the song conveys.

Lyrics like "And I'd give up forever to touch you" or "You're the closest to heaven that I'll ever be" wonderfully reflect the unapproachable elegance that the fragrance radiates, as well as a feeling of security "When everything's made to be broken, I just want you to know who I am A place of refuge on one's own skin.

The fragrance always remains in balance. He is an adult, but not old-fashioned, but experienced. It is dry, yet sparkling enough not to be boring. It is floral and powdery, yet woody at the same time. Equally wearable by all sexes.

"And all I can taste is this moment, And all I can breathe is your life" can be perfectly transferred to the durability and sillage of "Tears of Iris". Unfortunately, the place of refuge does not linger long on one's own skin and can only be perceived in the immediate vicinity. The time with the fragrance flies by as if it was only a moment, but there is so much in this moment, as if "Tears of Iris" had breathed its whole life into it.

Gucci calls for the fragrance to be layered with fragrance oils and Acque Profumate from The Alchemist's Garden series, making the place of refuge your home. But, I don't want to do that, I would like to spend more time just with "Tears of Iris" "And I don't want to go home right now".
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10
Scent
7
Longevity
6
Sillage
9
Bottle
Smellie13
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Smellie13
Top Review    23  
The ashes of the Phoenix
Having just made the wonderful iris discovery "Ida Violet", I didn't expect another divine top note to follow so quickly, flying towards me while spraying on "Tears of Iris", like a colorfully shimmering bird with the colors of the rainbow, beautiful. The driest iris clouds my senses, I am really overwhelmed. Stay, you are sooo beautiful, I still think and am in the absolute fragrance sky.
But after about 5 minutes I fall down from fragrance cloud 7, when suddenly I can't perceive anything, but at the moment really nothing at all anymore. Highly irritated my nose wanders in the next quarter of an hour again and again to the wrist, I had sprayed on, or was everything only a dream...?
And then, slowly, out of nowhere, the fragrance rises like a phoenix from the ashes. He's coming back, but he's changed now.
Slightly spicy angelica root now makes the fragrance stronger. I experience it as if the scent is divided like two. If one gets the full iris-load at the beginning, the other fragrances unfold after the short creative recovery-break. I would call it then in this further phase woody-spicy. The iris plays rather in the background, musk accompanies harmoniously.
By the way, the process is slowed down when sprayed on fabric, as this fine top note lasts longer, and it then becomes less woody and spicy, but as Serduszko has already described, rather a bit lipsticky.
In the statements a similarity to "Misia" was mentioned and the question of a real Morillas was asked.
To investigate this, I sprayed all three fragrances in parallel.
Well, the common denominator with "Misia" is probably the spicy note. In direct comparison "Misia" (I used the edP) is clearer, there is no woody musk note like in "Tears of Iris".
Well, it can confidently be described as a true Morillas, as the fragrance in the second phase is characterised by finely interwoven notes. Compared to "Nylaia", which came to my mind, there are no similarities. Even if "Tears of Iris" comes back after a short dive, "Nylaia" has more radiance, positively formulated "Tears of Iris" remains much softer and closer to the skin.
Do you know the Harry Potter episode "The Order of the Phoenix"? The beautiful phoenix can heal there with his tears, until he falls to ashes again, only to rise again.
I like the fragrance as a whole quite well, but I cry a little tear after the beautiful iris at the beginning already, so the name "Tears of Iris" is for me personally very met ;-)
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