Hello you beasts (by that I mean you ladies, but I mean that in a nice way, honestly :D)!
Yesterday I introduced Aquolina "Sweet Me", a rather grottenschlechten, sweet fragrance, today I introduced Black Opium EDP Intense by Yves Saint Laurent, a quite sweet and synthetic fragrance, which smells much better and you can "see" here how to make sweet and/or synthetic fragrances right.
First of all I should say that such scents do not meet everyone's taste, so that some of you might not like this scent despite my rating. For those who like such a fragrance but like it well, this is a great night scent (even if there are better ones). A fragrance to look especially sweet and sexy, with which they then amble out somewhere at night to unsuspecting guys to jump at them and... buy themselves a drink? Sure, until the next, better looking guy appears and you get thrown into the water like a lump of stone, bu hu hu hu :DDD Bah, I shouldn't write about sexy scents if I'm not in a good mood, otherwise I only complain more about beastly ladies, he he he :D
But no matter, let's first get to the scent!
The fragrance begins sweet and slightly bitter. The sweetness comes mainly from jasmine, there's a tart note that I can't quite identify (which is the absinthe?), and it smells of coffee, but because of its sweetness it looks like sweet iced coffee to me.
It also contains powdery notes that soften and soften the fragrance and enhance the radiance of a feminine fragrance.
This will be intensified even more later, because the scent is quite creamy and soft due to the powdery and sweet notes as well as the shot of coffee, which can hardly be smelled later, which is not only pleasant but also sexy.
On the whole, the fragrance remains as just described, but I find that in the later base it begins to smell a little too sultry, because I then find the floral notes a little too heavy. Apart from that, the fragrance has something nice about it and looks quite sexy for a while, even though it hasn't become a very complex fragrance or even something completely new.
The Sillage and the shelf life:
The Sillage is good, even if I wouldn't call it extremely room-filling. Nevertheless, the scent is very good at a smellable. The shelf life is quite high with twelve hours and even more.
The bottle has the typical shape of all opium fragrances. It is therefore slightly oval with a large "porthole" in the middle which allows a glimpse into the scent liquid. This time the bottle itself has been coloured bluer than violet, otherwise the well-known glitter elements "stick" to it. Due to the blue colour of the bottle everything looks like a night sky with many stars. The lid is hemispherical and acts like a button to press. All in all a beautiful bottle.
Soo, so I liked the smell. I found both the sweetness of the fragrance and the coffee note quite nice. As mentioned at the beginning, this fragrance is actually quite synthetic, but in a way where the fragrance doesn't look too cheap, but this synthetic is just typical for certain mainstream fragrances. She doesn't bother me here, but I can imagine that this fragrance certainly doesn't suit everyone's taste, even if I think it's not just a fragrance for very younger girls. Especially, because after a few hours the fragrance gets heavier (which I could have done without, but that's a matter of taste).
From the smell direction it is however no everyday smell, but more so suitable for going out. That can be to a Date (*seufz* I should have also times ... :D), to the dancing and/or abfeiern go, simply only hot and sexy work and such things evenly. All this is best in autumn and winter, as it could be overwhelming in summer because of its sweetness.
So I would recommend that you try it, but since I already said that not everyone will like the scent, I hope that you don't complain too much if you sacrifice an arm for the scent and the scent actually doesn't suit you :D
I'm done with that again. I wish you all a nice evening, and until next time :)