Lisette 2012

Lisette by PP Perfumes
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Lisette is a perfume by PP Perfumes for women and was released in 2012. The scent is green-powdery. It is being marketed by Galimard.
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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesLotusLotus FreesiaFreesia PeachPeach
Heart Notes Heart NotesLiquoriceLiquorice Ylang-ylangYlang-ylang RoseRose RaspberryRaspberry
Base Notes Base NotesPatchouliPatchouli VetiverVetiver VanillaVanilla MuskMusk

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8.52 Ratings
Submitted by PPP, last update on 14.04.2014.
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A mysterious beauty
Revisiting this scent for an English review, I am struck again by what an impact marketing has on the perception of a perfume. I have seen none for Lisette, and the only thing I had to go on was the name, which isn't saying much. I was smelling the unknown, and it was indeed pleasant.

Lisette comes on a little powdery and green, yet there is something darker and mustier taking away from the brightness (freesia being the most dominant element to my nose) of the opening. All in all the effect is somewhat misshaped, disproportionate, as if there are two perfumes on top of each other vying for attention. The powdery greenness transforms into fresh juiciness in a matter of minutes, thankfully, and the darkness and mustiness finds it proper context in powdery rose and liquorice sweetened by ylang and supported by patchouli. Cue the inevitable Lolita Lempicka comparison, thanks to the liquorice, but Lisette is very different from LL: much less gourmand and sweet, more powdery, more complex and grown-up. Out of the two, I prefer Lisette. It is bright and juicy but not ditzy or naïve, and has the makings of a proper spring/summer perfume, perfect for a sunny early spring day like today.

My only complaint is the relatively poor tenacity on my skin. Lisette fades to dry, sober vetiver and is more or less gone in 3-4 hours, but it will probably last longer on clothes and hair. It is well worth a try for anyone looking for something bright and happy but complex for their wardrobe. I am personally very much in love with it. 8)

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