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Is that a Picasso or a Molinard?
No, this is not about a painting, a cubist or impressionist or any other style of painting. It's about a scent. "Chypre Charnel. He could be Picasso, if I sniff him like that. Paloma Picasso, daughter of the painter and fashion designer of her mark. This perfume goes roughly in this great chypre direction. Full-bodied, citrus and fruity entry, flowers in white (may be tuberose and jasmine) very unobtrusive and yet present, they clear the way for spicy floral roses and the powder of iris root. Everything is already slightly "associated" with Patchouli, which makes the whole fragrance pleasantly earthy. After some time the "absolute hammer" appears, at least for me, can it be true? OICHENMOOS!! Tinty fairytale forest aroma paired with the warm aura of benzoin and vanilla. Only the "Ambroxan" which shimmers through every now and then slightly (slightly bitter-harsh) keeps me from giving the fragrance a "10". But it's not "bad", because the overall concept of a great chypre scent with a classic look is exactly right. DOCH a Molinard. with light impressions of P.picasso. Subtly surrealistic, pictorially chyprian, surprisingly mossy... and much more