Midnight Fleur 2012

Midnight Fleur by Nest
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Midnight Fleur is a popular perfume by Nest for women and was released in 2012. The scent is floral-woody. It is still available to purchase.
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Fragrance Notes

Exotic woodsExotic woods Black amberBlack amber PatchouliPatchouli Night-blooming jasmineNight-blooming jasmine Vanilla orchidVanilla orchid

Ratings

Scent

7.618 Ratings

Longevity

7.312 Ratings

Sillage

7.413 Ratings

Bottle

8.434 Ratings
Submitted by Kankuro, last update on 13.08.2020.
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6
Scent
8
Longevity
7
Sillage
5
Bottle
Fanny

66 Reviews
Fanny
Fanny
Helpful Review    3  
POWER Flower
Too too sweet for me, but very well crafted.
If the sweetness is not a problem for you, Midnight Fleur certainly is worth a try!

Fans of Glamourous (discontinued?) should check it out, as I find these two quite similar. Midnight Fleur is warmer and Glamourous is not really sweet, but they have the same high pitched uncompromising vibe.

Good sillage and longevity!
8
Scent
Happygeisha

34 Reviews
Happygeisha
Happygeisha
Helpful Review    4  
obsession for the new century
SNIFF mmm SNIFFFF ... i'm not gonna lie, there is some heavy amber up in this bitch. it reminded me of obsession pretty much immediately because of its overwhelming amber fumes but this composition is way more modern. its like less incensey and complicated than obsession and more floral with orchid and jasmin. OH! and woody. yes now i'm smelling woods. its very sultry. i want to scent a sachet with this and leave it in my winter wool socks drawer. its just so sweet and penetrating. a perfect winter fragrance!
7
Scent
5
Longevity
5
Sillage
0
Bottle
Dalmajen

45 Reviews
Dalmajen
Dalmajen
Helpful Review    8  
Cashmere V-neck sweater, with pearls.
I was lucky to have received a sample of this very pleasant fragrance from a very kind member. The bottle design seems to draw you in, and beckons you to try the contents. This is the first fragrance of the Nest line that I have tried, and will definitely try some of the others. My first impression was the rich orchid opening..similar to walking in a botanical garden, with freshly watered orchids. It has a warm and comforting approach. I didn't detect much jasmine, but this could be because I am used to a much stronger proportion of this wonderful flower. I felt the amber was just right...not overdone, or blaring. After the top notes settled in, the heart of the scent presented itself in a very soft manner. The patchouli, in my opinion, is very low key. A nice addition, but not aggressive by any means. This is a fragrance that purrs...like a fluffy contented cat. Even the exotic wood note is polite. I enjoyed wearing this fragrance..it has style. It doesn't beg to be noticed, like some fragrances, but settles in like a well brought up lady, wearing a fine cashmere v-neck sweater, with a fine set of pearls.
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