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For real crybabies
Yes, I confess: I'm a crybaby - for now.
That's why I actually can't write comments or blogs.
There are so many things that weigh on me and make me grumpy again and again...
BUT there's also Mon Guerlain Intense, and I'm wearing that right now
The same second I press the atomizer, I enjoy the fine, rather tart lavender scent, which is so soft and delicate underscored by vanilla. And by the tangerine splashes that sparkle now and then, but not dominantly in the top note.
Above all I perceive the dark, heavy lavender, which - never losing its heaviness - nestles around my shoulders like a warming velvet and delights me with its warm, violet shine. And almost at the same moment the light, very slightly sweet vanilla comforts and whispers to me:
"It's not as heavy and dark as the lavender here The lavender is completely dissolved! You only perceive individual particles! It just flies around you!
These are words of consolation that gladden my heart and warm me incredibly.
Lavender and vanilla - what a wonderful combination.
While I'm busy with a lot of resentment, squeezing myself between audio book and work before reflection, I'm looking forward to the evening - because this is the time of Mon Guerlain Intense.
Freshly showered, I slip into my nightwear and treat myself to two or three generous sprayers - just for me and only for the happiest.
When I saw the bottle, I knew immediately that I would want it someday - the heavy shape, the centimeters of glass forming the bottom, the folded corners - it made a wonderful impression on me.
Inside it was a copper-coloured liquid that seemed to me like a heavy, sweet sugar syrup. It's not at all like that - but it does have that effect on me in the bottle, and that impression has real comforting quality.
Mon Guerlain Intense is a reliable companion. Not a clown who dominates. The Sillage is just now well perceptible for me; my husband has to come closer to smell the fragrance. Wonderfully he holds - until I have fallen asleep.
And tomorrow night, I'm gonna reach for that bottle again.