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"YLANG YLANG- simple or complex?"
I liked Ambrèe from the "second" or "third" nose up.
In the beginning I found it irrelevant, the second test awakened memories in me and I felt creeping infatuation.
Sunny, sun creamy, flowery, elegant, simple and beautiful!
Almost an all-rounder
- that's what the fragrances are called here, which you can wear every day, in every season, for every occasion, for every clothing and for every triviality?! ;)
Ambrèe is such a candidate for me
I don't mean to say that Ambrèe is trivial, for God's sake - he is beautiful...!
Unless you know something better!
I hope you will forgive my criticism, but today I have also written a commentary on Gaultier's Classique, which now serves as a template for this commentary.
Because this commentary is about scent preferences.
Now I see that the fragrance pyramid has been extended by the fragrance cashmeran. God knows, I cannot perceive this scent now, as it has been able to spoil many a fragrance for me lately.
Cashmeran is actually quite greedy and likes to eat velvety scents.
It doesn't seem to do that in Ambrèe, because otherwise I wouldn't like him.
However, through the rediscovery of Classique, some things have become clear to me. E.g. the love for Ylang Ylang.
After the Classic break, I kept getting stuck on scents that contained similar scents to this one. This also includes Ambrèe.
Now I have both fragrances running in parallel to compare them specifically with each other.
In principle, I would like to shoot myself in relation to perfume in the OFF, trick me and calm me down.
And I'm reassured, tricked and backed into a corner.
The two have one thing in common:
And I seem to have a definite weakness for that.
Ylang Ylang can give a sunscreen vibe and sunshine feeling.
Ambrèe is supported by frangipani and musk, Classique by MANY aromas that make me dizzy. Especially the orange blossom gives the additional sunshine kick.
But at the end of the fragrance experience, ylang ylang is left behind in both of them, each in its own way, supported by other fragrances.
Both are sunny, sun-creamy and yet different.
Ambrèe is knitted somewhat more simply and has a lower durability.
Classique remains complex, aphrodisiac and durable until the end and is for me the ultimate.
Unfortunately, an Ambrèe is not needed after all!
One may forgive me for my criticism, but I usually try to think rationally and in exclusionary terms, in order to find the quintessence for me in the form of perfume.
If you are looking for a simple sunscreen-sunshine fragrance, you will certainly be happy with Narciso's Ambrèe...
Those who like it a little more complex and durable may be disappointed.
Narciso Ambrèe is quite beautiful, but unfortunately there are (for me) more beautiful, more complex ones!