Baaah, you know, the term "amour" here reminds me of cupid, the god of love and falling in love. Sure, the terms are very similar, but why do I come up with them and why do I now call myself Amor?
Quite simply,... somehow I have the feeling that sometimes I can (and have) given good advice to some people about love. Or I can reassure people who think their loved ones won't like them anymore, give them advice so that they'll all be happy again when it comes to love or relationships. In short, sometimes I feel as if I could bring love to the whole world *choked* :D
I'd rather be the devilish Darth Vader in my current emotional situation! D
So, it's of course extremely strange for a guy who keeps complaining about being single all the time and seemingly can't do anything about it, but sometimes he (well me) can actually give good love advice to others somehow. Menno, this is so unfair, I'll never give anyone tips again... suffer people, suffer! :DD
What is also bad is that Cupid is always portrayed in art as an ugly boy... mist mist mist :D
As if the painters really knew back then that I didn't belong to the most beautiful ones, but hey... at least I seem to be a god,... stupid only that the term "god of love" sounds totally gay to me... :DD
But let us come to the fragrance, which translates... bääh, love means... tsss...
The fragrance begins very nicely with sweet almond notes of heliotrope, some musk and light cherry blossoms with a woody background. A short time later the fragrance becomes more flowery through the Frangipani, and I also find the fragrance nice and soft and powdery.
A little later the vanilla starts and becomes the strongest fragrance in the further course of the fragrance, because it easily overlays all other fragrances. Finally, I perceive incense, which fits perfectly to the fragrance and gives the fragrance a great, resinous note. The sweetness of the fragrance comes not only from the vanilla but also from the musk, while the floral notes are pushed into the background a little later. Thus the majority of the fragrance remains until the end.
By the way, it was a pity that I couldn't smell the tea (and also no rice steam), well, no matter. The scent is also so simply only beautiful.
The Sillage and the shelf life:
The fragrance begins strong for a short time because the sweet notes radiate strongly, but then it loses already in the heart note a larger part of this radiance and remains finally for a while above average strong. This means you don't have to get very close to smell the scent, but you won't smell it over long distances either.
The shelf life is actually quite okay, as it lasts longer than eight hours. However, he is quite weak at a later hour.
The bottle is shiny reddish-pink and looks a bit like a designer vase, with its curved shapes and so on. The lid is thin and looks like a handle you could use to pick up the bottle and hit someone on the head with it (probably some poor guy like me!!!). Anyway a nice bottle and a great eye-catcher!
As I had almost thought, the fragrance is fragrant and very beautiful. It smells very feminine, attractive and sexy and in my opinion it is especially suitable as a beautiful night scent. One could use it as an all-rounder that somehow always works, even in summer, when there isn't just another heat wave and the fragrance is then dosed less.
You know, with these scents I always get very weak and would write my usual phrases here, but I spare you those for once, beyond that I think that you know my phrases meanwhile anyway by heart, right? :DD (If you want, you can list some of them, mu ha ha ha :DD).
In any case, the fragrance is highly recommended and should therefore be tested by you ladies :)