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Space egg with iris of a different kind
Well, now AugustA has tested him...
An extremely gentle beginning, quietly surrounded by other tones of iris mist rises from the skin. That smells good beyond recognition, unbelievably light. But before you can be disappointed and shrug your shoulders, the cool green vervain steps up and brings a freshness that almost makes you sneeze. The top note works like this: Where is it, the fragrant, unmistakably almost non-existent iris? One immediately adjusts to a transparent, perhaps grey iris scent, imagines it more than one smells it and then suddenly the scent mates with a note that is really unusual to the iris. This is a slightly different top note strategy, none of the usual buy-me-lassos.
It comes out quite well on me within a few minutes. From disbelieving looking frowning to ah-soo! facial expression everything in it.
The vervain lies around the iris. It gets citric, in any case herbaceous. Some soap's just holding back. Mildly fresh: Camomile with bergamot and wormwood I did not errochen, but read, but now I can imagine something under it. It's got something bitter, soothing, citrus-floral. The iris root penetrates the freshness again with a woody tone and it now also becomes slightly powdery or fresh creamy.
After about half an hour, the fragrance has unfolded, so that one is lulled in with a certain calm satisfaction and can smell good despite all the heat that currently prevails outside. This fragrance relaxes and remains attractive. It has more of an olfactory quality than head cinema or scent paintings. This certainly doesn't fit (to) everyone, but AugustA just for a change times well.
Blue is the planetary-intergalactic-stellar egg covered by seas, completely covered - yes, I know, the egg is actually a disc - which calls itself a bottle, at least until something completely unpredictable hatches out. I think it's so wrong, I can't leave it uncommented. These flacons of HoO are really completely cheesy, at the border to the bearable, sorry, that had to get out at this point. But a veritable eye-catcher in perfumery, hat off to the designer who dared to do so.
And blue shall also be the tea. I can guess a tannic teeny note. Strengthens somehow and reconciles loosely with the Kosmo egg. Yeah, the color's great. I almost like it already.
In any case, blue matches my perception of the fragrance, it becomes increasingly calm, airy like the wide sky. Besides, he's kind of serious, but encouraging.
After about 5 hours, the iris verbena veil turns into an increasingly woody, slightly synthetic fresh, spicy-warm ambroxan base, which - who would have thought it - reminds of Molecule 02. This base fits well here, it is a mixture of warm skin and fresh golden wood tones that gradually fade away.
At the end: An iris composition of a different kind. Actually, no iris at all.