Lys Noir (2014)

Lys Noir by Isabey
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Lys Noir is a popular perfume by Isabey for women and was released in 2014. The scent is floral-sweet. The longevity is above-average. It is being marketed by Panouge.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesBlack pepper
Heart Notes Heart NotesHeliotrope, Lily, Narcissus, Tuberose
Base Notes Base NotesEbony, Musk, Patchouli, Sandalwood

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Scent

7.8 (75 Ratings)

Longevity

8.1 (59 Ratings)

Sillage

7.2 (62 Ratings)

Bottle

7.6 (61 Ratings)
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Madame Lys on the Père Lachaise
The black lily (Lys Noir) should actually be called heliotroptuberose. In the winter I found the scent great and family tester M was almost enraptured. He thought Lys Noir smelled like cemetery flowers and meant it positively. Like a lavish woman dressed in black, wearing a big hat, visiting the Père Lachaise cemetery in Paris. A large bouquet of strongly scented flowers in her hand, which she lays down at a richly decorated grave. It's quiet. The city is only a soft background noise. The woman, let's call her Madame Lys, doesn't cry, she looks serious. A secret surrounds them. We do not know whose grave she is visiting or in what relation she was to the deceased person. Maybe visiting the grave is just an excuse to meet someone. Now she takes out her powder can and powders her aristocratic nose. Or maybe she's using the mirror to see what's going on behind her. We should keep moving, or she'll know we're staring at her. Then she might scold us, run after us or even hit us with her parasol with the sandalwood handle. We don't want that, so we discreetly retreat to our home computer.

After about an hour the lily can fight its way forward and the scent becomes more powdery. I notice the sandalwood at 20°C unfortunately stronger and earlier than in winter, it is the kind of sandalwood I do not like so much. The Patchouli is very discreet and only supports the other fragrances. I think Lys Noir is too cute in the 20°C heat. I didn't notice that in winter.

The durability is unfortunately not so fabulous with me, after about 6 hours Madame Lys says goodbye already. It can be different with other people. At work you can wear the scent if you apply it in time before work so that the projection is not quite as strong. Otherwise you run the risk of stunning colleagues in the Duftaura.

I bought a travel bottle. It is beautiful and noble, diamond-shaped, made of matt black glass in a noble cardboard, which looks like covered with ivory leather. With a dark red ribbon you can pull out the inner cardboard. The bottle can now sleep in it until autumn
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