Sunsuality by Pierre Guillaume
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Sunsuality is a new perfume by Pierre Guillaume for women and men and was released in 2019. The scent is fresh-woody.

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Fragrance Notes

Kumquat, Ginger, Sandalwood

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Scent

7.6 (19 Ratings)

Longevity

7.5 (15 Ratings)

Sillage

6.9 (14 Ratings)

Bottle

8.1 (20 Ratings)
Submitted by Franfan20, last update on 04.09.2019
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Pierre Guillaume writes on his homepage:
"A particularly silky fragrance, where Pierre Guillaume transformed the citrus acidity into a scented caress.
The Kumquat-Santal accord seems infused with sunlight and develops on the skin the charms of a melting cream, soft and fresh"

It's a good fit Comment finished.
Well, a few words more must be it probably, otherwise the evil "not helpful" button comes pressed.

Soft-fruity start, quite citric, but without the slightly acidic window cleaner effect that many citrus chords have. So Kumquat fits perfectly from the note. Ginger Sharpness doesn't come up.
Then it gets very creamy and stays that way. The fruit steps a little into the background, the cream a little, but both play equal roles. Maybe with a little more cream. The softness of the citrus scent makes you think of light floridity even if there is nothing floral to be found in the pyramid. The creaminess comes naturally from sandalwood, it is one of the light-scented species.
The fruity-creamy base is unagitated, gentle, harmonious and does only one thing: make you feel good and think of summer. One might smell a high-quality sunscreen (not the nasty one), the other might think of the clean laundry Strangelove has already mentioned. Fine.
4711 I don't smell.

Yes, the scent is uncomplex. But he's doing what he's supposed to. In this respect, PG has hit the spot.
If you're looking for a fragrance Nobel Prize suspicious work of art that will exhaust your olfactory bulb and push your brain to its limits, please go on.

I like the smell, a feel-good generator as it was obviously thought of.
Unisex with a slight tendency towards feminine.
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