Women... pah, who understands them? Yes, that sounds clichéd now, ... but there must be something to it if even you women sometimes say for yourselves that women can be stupid! And yes, I heard that myself from a woman... well, the way I always complain here, my credibility here is perhaps not the best, but still! D
And you are also diabolical, because you prefer nothing more than to travel our hearts out to us guys, in order to devour it raw! How barbaric! I mean, rather fry it first in a pan or something... argh, I think I've been watching too much of this Hannibal series lately... but you have to admit that most of his "dishes" look totally delicious, as passionate as he always prepares them and then presents them, mu ha ha ha *choked* :DD
And now this scent is called Madame too... so... if this is not a warning signal to the absolute evil in you women... hmmm.... :DD
The fragrance begins sweetly synthetic and smells of synthetic roses, which somehow smell diluted. All this doesn't smell very good, in addition there is something stinking in the background... um I mean it smells like unpleasant coriander or cardamom. The sweetish one comes from the amber, which also seems to be synthetic.
In the heart note the fragrance still smells synthetically sweet and like roses, the other fragrances I can't exactly smell out. And what on earth is Sylvester-moos, please? Shouldn't it, if anything, be called New Year's Eve moss? Or is that a special moss from Mr. Stallone himself? :D
So I don't know, if you concentrate exactly, you can talk yourself into noticing the smell of oakmoss. No, seriously, something like oakmoss is really there. However, this does not remain so long, so that the moss smell becomes weaker again to the basis. On the other hand, the scent becomes more acidic, because you can still smell the roses well. The sweetish notes become weaker in the base. And then there's animal beaver horny. And although Tolu Balsam is listed, I don't find the fragrance to be very soft or balsamic. All in all, this fragrance is one of the worst Juliettes for me.
The Sillage and the shelf life:
Why is it that something you don't like shines all the more brightly? Good, the scent is not a Sillage cracker, but nevertheless the Sillage is strong and therefore radiates orderly. It will be well perceived in one, but whether that is so good too?
Besides, the scent seems to last forever. There's 14 hours in here loose or something. So you'll be able to smell him from morning till night.
At least the bottle has been made nice as always. It is cylindrical, red and has black plant tendrils everywhere as motive on it. The frame within which the brand of the fragrance stands was also drawn from tendrils. The lid is black and slightly trapezoidal. Like I said, it's a nice bottle.
No no no...
Normally I find most Juliette fragrances to be quite good or at least above average and therefore still usable. But this one just seems to have been mixed together in such a hurry for greedy profit reasons, in order to quickly throw something new onto the market with the thought "somebody will buy it".
I don't like the synthetic fragrance. Well, that's what was wanted here, too, if you take a look at the synthetic scents. But: As I always say: Synthetic doesn't always have to be bad, there are many good examples, but unfortunately this fragrance doesn't belong to these examples... For me it just smells bad and cheap, so you can hardly do anything with it.
No wonder that the Juliette here becomes a Madame... with such a moderate scent...
Like I said, don't sacrifice your arms in a store for that scent...
Oh... and is it possible that I've been picking on you ladies too much lately? :DD
Anyway, it seems like a weeeenig to me when I read my own lines here... :D
But please don't go crazy, don't get angry... In reality I love you all, you know that, don't you? DD