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In the depths of the ocean
While looking in the turquoise for a fresh scent, I was bored and sniffed some bottles until I spotted the shelf with the Narciso scents shortly before the checkout. You know what it's like - if you haven't collected any information about certain fragrances before going to the perfumery and go from shelf to shelf relatively unbiased, the bottle is usually the most important trigger for the next step: spraying the test strip or your own skin
In the case of this candidate, I was attracted both by the high-quality, deep blue bottle and by the name "Bleu Noir", which later became 100% suitable. That looks clear - I can already sense the depth of the seemingly infinite, threatening ocean! Since I can't even smell a fragrance on most perfumes (I rather smell the big picture, I leave the fragrance description to the experts), I describe my fragrance experience as follows.
The EDP and the EDT evaluated here were available for selection. Both were sprayed on, the EDT agreed with me more in the end. It seemed a little fresher, more lively and was more clearly perceptible for my nose. All in all my premonition of the smell was confirmed, which happens quite rarely.
While in my opinion the EDP could almost represent the bottom of the ocean - that's how deep it smelled for me - the EDT was just there for the last thousand meters - and yet it was already in the deep dark area of the seemingly endless waters. On the mental way there, my nose on my wrist, I was suddenly an invisible, immortal being on my way through the oceans of this world. In the impenetrable, icy cold darkness I observed giant squids, shining fish and creatures that could have come from a fantasy novel - and yet still live here on our earth. From light (except for a few shining fish) no trace, constantly surrounded by "Bleu Noir", I could follow these strange creatures into indescribable depths. The actually deadly pressure so far below sea level could not harm me - I was a lonely soul, not perceived by the whole organisms, which she could observe in peace and quiet and swam along with. Partly the seabed was almost tangible, the sand whirled up let me guess it.
Unfortunately the excursion into the depths was already over after about 5 hours - the scent can only be perceived very close. I slowly ascended again or awoke from my daydream, could slowly guess the light of the scorching sun, perceive single algae and the phenomena of the sea animals became more familiar again - see you strange creatures down there soon!
As you can see, it wasn't a really fresh scent (except for the first few minutes after spraying on) - but one that really takes you to places where few scents usually take you.
It is really not a fragrance that brings compliments - it is (on me) much too inconspicuous or "dark" for that. I wouldn't call it a winter scent, because I don't think it is suitable as a contrast for the cold. From warm spring to warm autumn it somehow works best. Also the Sillage should be perceptible only in the beginning - but you wrap yourself in this oceanic scent environment, which you can also smell longer.
I find the different descriptions of the fragrance interesting, which hardly coincide with my version - noses are so different.