Girls Can Say Anything (2019)

Girls Can Say Anything by Zadig & Voltaire
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Girls Can Say Anything is a new perfume by Zadig & Voltaire for women and was released in 2019. The scent is synthetic-sweet. It is being marketed by Shiseido Group / Beauté Prestige International.

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Perfumer

Quentin Bisch

Fragrance Notes

Iris, Peony, Tonka bean, Vanilla, Musk

Ratings

Scent

6.1 (28 Ratings)

Longevity

7.1 (21 Ratings)

Sillage

7.3 (21 Ratings)

Bottle

6.0 (29 Ratings)
Submitted by Franfan20, last update on 17.09.2019

Interesting Facts

The face of the advertising campaign is Swedish model Agnes Akerlund.

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Do women talk too much?
Hey hey guys, welcome to a new fragrance commentary from me, Girls Can Say Anything by Zadig & Voltaire, a brand I don't really like, but I have to admit that this fragrance isn't soo bad here!

So, girls are allowed to say anything... what I have not already had to hear from you girls *sigh*
You're too little! You're too ugly! You're a joke! You have strange hair! You're ugly! Oops, I've already listed the last one, but it happened a couple of times, argh! And if you say your opinion yourself, then you are considered a rude son of a bitch, yes yes ... is sooo typical again, aaaargh what I did not have to suffer everything because of you crap ... uh ... because of you ladies! :DDD

It may sound clichéd, but women are indeed cruel!!! Yes, that's so! :D Much more than guys could ever be, yes yes, that's how it looks,... HA! The truth really hurts, doesn't it? He he he he :DD Suffering, you creeps! D
Hmmm,... I guess I'm drifting off again instead of saying something about the scent. Well well, then I describe just fast, how the smell smells so, so that I can moan afterwards fast further, he he he :D

The fragrance:
The fragrance begins sweet and slightly powdery. The powdery one comes from the iris, even if you shouldn't smell this fragrance so good. But another part of the powdery perception comes from the tonka bean, which can be smelled quite clearly right at the beginning. This also radiates a certain "dark" sweetness, which smells nice, even if the scent in the background should be a little synthetic.
In the middle part the fragrance starts to smell a bit too synthetic for me, but don't worry, it'll settle down a bit towards the base. This means that the fragrance continues to smell synthetic in the base, but not as strong as in the middle section.
At the very end, the fragrance is still sweet and powdery and changes only slightly from the beginning. It's even sweeter, because next to the tonka bean there's a little musk and more vanilla, but otherwise it still smells sweet and powdery. A fragrance that is generally okay, but neither spectacular nor innovative in any way.

The Sillage and the shelf life:
I found the Sillage above average to good, which means that it should be sniffable quite well at normal distance. The shelf life is quite good, because the fragrance lasts ten hours.

The bottle:
The bottle has the shape of a water bottle and is filled with a pink scented liquid. A large white label shows the brand and fragrance name in red letters. The lid is chrome-plated and has a crossed pattern. It looks solid and also looks nice on the bottle. All in all an above average, nice bottle.

Sooo... I already said at the beginning that I don't like this brand so much and I didn't like some of the fragrances tested so far. I don't like this fragrance very much either, but it's much better than fragrances like This is Him or Her. With its sweetish touch, it fits in with fragrances like those of Gaultier and many other mainstream fragrances and is accordingly like many of these fragrances also quite synthetic, which is here the biggest point of criticism, because it otherwise already smells nice with fragrances such as tonka bean, iris and vanilla. But at least this synthetics isn't really disturbing.

As the fragrance smells sweet and powdery, it is more intended for going out, especially for younger people. And from the smell I would classify it at any time of the year, so it always goes, no matter if it's like now in summer, when you're sweating, or in winter, when you usually throw snowballs at perfumes (you have it VERDIENT!!!)! D

You don't have to test it, though, but younger people might want to take a look. I am finished with that again and wish you all a nice evening :)
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