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When I comment on a women's fragrance, it was in the past mostly for nostalgic reasons, or emotional ones, or even both, because nostalgia also arouses emotions. The last fragrance for ladies that made me really enthusiastic and moved me to comment was Dior Addict and for a moment I was thinking about letting DonAlejandro de Marco Cassius de la Vega off the peg, uh leash, but I would just copy this commi. Of course it was funny trash, but that only works once.
Because Manifesto L'Elixir grabs me almost in the same way and you can say that I have a preference for wummser with heavy jasmine, tuberose, vanilla and orange blossom in women's fragrances. I liked this fragrance a long time ago when testing it in a shop.
The most beautiful thing about women's fragrances are the women who wear them, they underline their beauty, sensuality and eroticism. They are the more beautiful sex and independent of their appearance they are also lovable, empathetic and sensitive. While we men may walk past a flowering field full of sunflowers uninterested, the ladies have an eye for the beautiful things this field actually shows. Of course, this also has disadvantages sometimes when you walk past a field full of handbags or shoes, but that also has a certain kindness and shows how open the woman is for something new.
A look into the bathroom also quickly reveals whether you are in a men's household or in a relationship household. While the man has maybe 2 shower gels and uses them until they are all, the lady has about 12. Not counting shampoos. With mint, with coconut, with cocoa butter, for dry skin, for oily skin and even for combination skin. I don't know if I've ever seen a man with mixed skin before.
Now the so-called Rossmannchallenge is permanently lost. This consists of just looking and not taking anything with you that you don't already have somehow. Even if this sounds like a cliché load now and we roll our eyes in such moments, I love you for it.
I think it's amusing, because you have a sense of humor, too. There is nothing more beautiful than to make a woman laugh and if this humor is strong enough, you have a very nice time. I find you fragrant.
At first glance, Manifesto L'Elixir is a fragrance that radiates warmth, which comes nobly and gracefully around the corner. Perhaps only intended for special occasions, where you dress up and go out and show yourself to the world and yes that fits wonderfully. It underlines the femininity and lets the lady shine.
In the beginning one perceives the sweetness of a mandarin, which is immediately surrounded by jasmine. Here the fragrance begins to shoot directly at me in all imaginable synapses, before it then gets something mandelicious. It will be very hard and sweet, but just right. Tuberose makes it slightly overblown, that's the way it is, but it fits perfectly. The vanilla rounds the whole thing off and at the end it becomes a little woody. Maybe he also has a distant relationship to the Addict here, which is why I like him so much. I find this whole composition simply beautiful.
Beautiful and that's the point. Yes, the scent is certainly shiny when you go out and you look beautiful. But also on the couch with the much too big feel-good sweater and the old jogging pants the scent looks just as beautiful.
I don't wear women's fragrances, no matter how much I like them, because I wouldn't have the experience I have when the fragrance unfolds on your skin or in your hair. To experience and breathe this then is unique. It wouldn't be the same and I would rob myself of emotions.
The fragrance lasts for an eternity and its softness is best felt in autumn or winter, when it is cooler, which is ideal, because together the couch day becomes an experience. Sometimes I think women have the nicer scents than men. That may not be true and is purely subjective, because I also have scents where my heart gets Sternkes in the eyes, but I still feel many women's scents as more sensual. Maybe that's the way it's supposed to be. I find you fragrant.
Since I will be testing women's fragrances with my kids in the near future and have already been provided with samples by some dear perfumas, I am looking forward to perhaps discovering the next highlight soon. I would like to thank Schatzsucher for this sample and that I could get to know this scent in more detail.
Girls... I can smell you.