Succulent, romantic, alluring rose
Right off the bat, rose makes a deliciously succulent entrance that to me, is very reminiscent of Carolina Herrera's 212 Rose. But this has a more delicate texture, that seems to swing between light and mildly heavy. As it progresses, it only gets juicier and juicier, but quite alluring, which I will attribute to musk and something like a woody note. Rosa then ends on a musky skin scent which is still oddly attractive (I don't find skin scents very attractive).
Yes, it is sweet, but not cloying. It wears like a young lady who is just beginning to leave her mark in the world, in a big and powerful, yet soothingly feminine manner. Romantic is actually a pretty good word to describe Tous Rosa.
Overall, very elegant, very feminine, and incredibly lovely. This goes straight to the Wish List. It is at the end of winter that I am testing this, but I imagine it would blossom well in warmer weather.
Longevity: A little longer than 7 hours
Sillage: Pretty decent. About arm's length is right.
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