Imogen Rose (2010)Perfume

Imogen Rose (Perfume) by Lush / Cosmetics To Go
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Imogen Rose (Perfume) is a perfume by Lush / Cosmetics To Go for women and was released in 2010. The scent is floral-powdery. It is still in production.

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Fragrance Notes

Ambrette seed, Bergamot, Iris, Rose, Tonka bean, Vetiver, Basil, Rose absolute

Ratings

Scent

6.6 (33 Ratings)

Longevity

7.2 (18 Ratings)

Sillage

6.4 (17 Ratings)

Bottle

5.2 (19 Ratings)
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2.0/10
stephaniek

44 Reviews
stephaniek
stephaniek
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VICTORIAN POWDER ROOM
I am obsessed with rose scents, but IMOGEN ROSE is old rose, as in a period piece with whale bone corsets and petticoats. And the vetiver represents the butler. IMOGEN ROSE smells like the powder room of an overly-decorated loo, fit with too many shell hand soaps and tassels over stiff hand towels.
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Sherapop

1239 Reviews
Sherapop
Sherapop
Ambrette + Damascus Rose + Orris Butter. Need I say more?
I have often expressed exasperation with the house of Lush "perfume" concoctions, many of which contain such harsh citrus oils in such ridiculously high concentrations that I find them altogether unpleasant to smell, if not downright destructive to my nasal passages. Thank goodness there are a couple of exceptions to the rule, IMOGEN ROSE being a case in point.

This perfume--yes, it actually seems to me to be a perfume, unlike most of the "stuff" from this house--smells swell. How could it not? one might well wonder, given that it boasts ambrette, orris butter, and damascus rose--both absolute and oil. Also present are vetiver and tonka. Notably absent? Let's see... yes, you guessed it: citrus oil.

I love the comforting, rich layer which the rose, the ambrette, and the orris create. The sweetness of the tonka is perhaps cut by the vetiver. Overall, there is a splendid texture to this composition, and I would easily choose to wear this as a perfume, rather than simply donning it before a bath, as is my usual use for the not-so-lush liquids in the sample vials of which I have quite a collection, having ordered them in order to satisfy my curiosity about this house.

In fact, I did just don IMOGEN ROSE before a bath, and when I get out, I may put it on again...

Nice work, Simon. Way to steer clear of the citrus oil on this one.

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