Les Petites Coquins (2012)

Les Petites Coquins by Royal Crown
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Les Petites Coquins is a popular perfume by Royal Crown for women and was released in 2012. The scent is floral-sweet. Projection and longevity are above-average. It is still in production.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesMandarin, Grapefruit, Peach blossom absolute, Orange
Heart Notes Heart NotesRose, Ylang-ylang, Orange blossom, Jasmine, Chamomile
Base Notes Base NotesCedarwood, Florentine iris, Honey, Vanilla absolute



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Flowery heavyweight
Boom, this place is getting down to business.

The top note is still halfway harmless. Peach blossoms are dominant from the beginning (it smells a bit like peach shells, too), but only when the flowers mingle underneath it does it really get violent. Ylang-ylang, orange blossoms and jasmine are extremely luxuriant and also the peach blossom is replenishing itself. Honey and vanilla are already visible in the background and give the fragrance an infinite depth and heaviness. Nevertheless, it remains pleasing and does not smell particularly unusual overall, but very pleasing and easy to consume. The bitterness, of which the doll has written, comes from the camomile, with me it is hardly noticeable. It's a pity because the fragrance is so incredibly sweet and I'm still thinking about whether the migraine that's just beginning to appear in my head comes from the dirty weather or from this extremely sweet and heavy floral fragrance. A little bit reminiscent of Angel, only that he is not flowery and has patchouli and chocolate with him. but this feeling that the scent pulls you down with a weight of a penny is the similarity.

I actually don't find this so unpleasant (apart from the headaches). I'll let you do that once in a while. For me, however, it would rather be a scent for the end of winter. It's often insane with us. The last few years in March we still had real cold spells. Les Petites Coquins suits me for such occasions. The Sillage is so strong that the fragrance can easily withstand temperatures below zero. And the flowery scents already refer to the hopefully soon approaching spring. I like that a lot.

I'd just have changed the base a bit. Over time, this honey-vanilla mixture becomes insanely sweet. There's a counterweight missing.

In my opinion Les Petites Coquins is already a very successful fragrance. One must not be afraid of really heavy, but nevertheless modern flower scents. I would therefore highly recommend a test before the purchase

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