Bruma (2017)

Bruma by Trudon
Bottle Design Pauline Deltour
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Bruma is a popular perfume by Trudon for women and was released in 2017. The scent is floral-powdery. It is still in production.

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Antoine Lie

Fragrance Notes

Black pepper, Lavender, Galbanum, Violet, Peony, Iris, Jasmine, Labdanum, Vetiver, Tonka bean



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Very helpful Review    5
No Bruma
Every niche perfume brand needs its iris fragrance in its repertoire - "Bruma" is this powdery dream of Trudon, who are hereby applying to me for further research. Because the thing is mercilessly made of high quality, in its coolness and weightlessness it almost comes close to "Silver Iris Mist" by uncle Serge. And that's saying something!

If it's all about soft, delicate, smooth iris, "Bruma" does almost everything right. It's in this niche Champions League. But of course a really good perfume needs more than just showing off in one discipline. However, if you want to explore the note "Iris" and/or are into flowery powder girls with a light soapy green tinge, you may/must test it. And I still love Iris (and probably forever), so I just have to jump a (quite) high rating. For the final kick and wow effect, however, there is a lack of wink, curve, thorns and refraction of the theme. In my opinion. In addition, I have of course already had several of these Iris flatterers in front of my nose and hardly anyone does it really badly. It's not the fault of the anti-brummer...

Flacon: almost as simple and simple (and beautiful) as the fragrance
Sillage: dense and discreet
Durability: high quality and durable - 7 hours just passing by For such a delicate, powdery plant, a positive surprise.

Conclusion: has almost everything that an iris reference would need - only edges and creativity are clearly missing for my taste. Nevertheless: those who like irises swim pleasantly and weightlessly in this buttery-pink cloud. Loose, light, loving
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Refined, Versatile Iris-Violet-Suede
On my skin, Bruma is a flowing harmony of iris, violet and suede. It opens with mildly carrot-like and starchy, but mostly waxy iris, and slightly tart fruity ionone reminiscent of violet. If I sniff closely, there is also a discreet green pepperiness mixed within. Occasionally, I also get brief impressions of waxy lipsticks, but nothing overtly powdery.

The fragrance doesn't have any dramatic change, but moves from one phase to another in incremental steps. The waxy texture of iris is gradually replaced by a abstract, supple suede. There's just a tiny trace of hay to enhance the animalic tenderness of suede. I suspect that there might be something similar to heliotropine as well, because the whole effect of musky violet-suede is reminiscent of a heftier dry down of Hermès Cuir d'Ange to my nose.

Just as I thought Bruma would remain this plush violet-suede, the nutty aspect of vetiver makes an unexpected appearance and adds a bit of grit in this otherwise elegant suede, which is a welcoming twist to Bruma.

Bruma has a soft sillage and lasts about 8 hours on my skin.

Although Bruma is hardly innovative as a polished floral suede, it's solidly made with its little twist of nutty vetiver, and far from being banal. Its lack of dramatic change might fail to leave a strong initial impression, but its smoothness and fluidity would make it a refined yet versatile fragrance in various settings. I'd definitely recommend it to fans of elegant iris-violet-suede fragrances, especially if you favour a more abstract, effortless style.

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