When you look at an eau de parfum in a specialist shop, the young, rather ignorant lady usually comes and explains that the concentration here is much higher than with an eau de toilette, and that is why it is or must last much longer than a conventional ordinary fragrance.
Sometimes that's true, mostly not.
The names of what perfume is now or extreme or intense is owed much more to the design and the appropriate name than to the truth.
Many "brand" their products only according to their own feelings. Concentration plays no or almost no role here. There are so many fragrances that have some superfluous additive in their name and are even weaker than the original. Unfortunately, this one too.
Apart from the strong wood note, it is somewhat weaker than the nuit without parfang scribble.
The first Nuit had a greater endurance as it was seasoned with more incense.
With this one one knew admittedly that one must bring a second Flanker, but how exactly one wanted to proceed, was somewhat unclear. This ambiguity lasted to the end.
As an absolute supporter of Sisheido and the Miyake products, I am somewhat resigned.
Why didn't they just keep the incense here and intensify the starch?
It's no use that way. This is a missed opportunity.
Here you can see how helplessness and lack of ideas leads to emptiness with a product.
After a while, the fragrance is even weaker than the normal Nuit, because it lacks the long-lasting freshness of vetiver.
Not enough for a parachute. For an eau de toilette there is already the first Nuit.
Just next to it is also over.
Nevertheless, Sisheido Group can boast many very good products. I'm sure the new Leau super majeure will be a success, albeit here with an incredibly unfortunate name.
If not, I've been taught a better lesson once again.