Appelez-moi Seychelles Paris Seychelles 2015

Appelez-moi Seychelles / Paris Seychelles by Pierre Guillaume
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Appelez-moi Seychelles is a perfume by Pierre Guillaume for women and men and was released in 2015. The scent is floral-fresh. It is still available to purchase. Pronunciation
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Fragrance Notes

FrangipaniFrangipani GalbanumGalbanum GingerGinger Coconut milkCoconut milk LilyLily MonoïMonoï PetitgrainPetitgrain SalicylateSalicylate Black pepperBlack pepper White blossomsWhite blossoms

Ratings

Scent

6.745 Ratings

Longevity

6.533 Ratings

Sillage

6.033 Ratings

Bottle

7.338 Ratings
Submitted by Franfan20, last update on 12.06.2022.
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LorenzoYann

23 Reviews
LorenzoYann
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Damp T-shirt and sunscreen
Among all the variations that you can call or associate this beach / leisure type fragrance to is a damp t-shirt from your trip at the beach contacting with the sunscreen, to put it simply; provided that your sunscreen smells similar in the first place (ahah). I don't know if I have smelled other things like this before: there are a lot of salty, iodized, calonic, beach type of fragrances that want to portray many different facets of the experience but I think many of these are becoming a joke and depicting places in such a detailed way, using more than three or four visual hints, I agree with Pierre Guillaume: becomes ridiculous, well not this one. I think the closest beach-floral from the same category I have smelled would be Sabbia Bianca from Profumum Roma and although it has a different key-note and it's at a different concentration I place it in the same 45° degree angle of the spectrum.
I smell a very faint iodized note, not sure if it's entirely due to monoi oil or if there's also ylang. To me Ylang-Ylang is one of the lesser indolic white florals and has an iodized smell on top of a creamy one right after: this is where I start to smell solar amber, sunscreen. It locks in with a comeback to something slightly tart but it isn't all salty. Of course if you weren't trained to like white florals as I do probably you would consider this perfume misleading. It's a really brilliant blend of coastal human experiences bottled for everyone to use. Personally I love to use it to complement my late afternoons from may to september, the creaminess comes forth when you're blessed by the last sun rays and the white florals deploy like one of those gorgeous night flowers after blue hour.
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ColinM

516 Reviews
ColinM
ColinM
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A cruise at the mall
So, as if the market needed another load of green-aquatic-fruity fragrances, and as if we needed another sub-collection by Guillaume, here’s the first 4 of a series of 8 new “blue” scents by monsieur PG. And here’s the first one I’ve had the pleasure to test. To cut it short, Paris Seychelles lazily and mutely follows the endless, cheaper line of green-white floral scents with a “milky sun cream” vibe, starting from Jil Sander’s Sun, ending with any 0,99 pennies sun cream. That’s it, and it adds nothing to that: the floral notes smell boringly “white” with no particularly features of interest, the same for coconut and the green notes. Flat, cheaply glossy, annoyingly plastic. I’d rate this higher if it wasn’t for its hilariously pretentious price, but I can’t really judge fragrances “per se” without taking into account the cost. This costs 160 EUR while it’s rather something a tasteless Texan lady with a penchant for “Fràààànce” may actually buy at the Seychelles - for 10 EUR at the local airport’s duty free with a complimentary daisy chain.

4,5/10
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