The flower child
Sagira's a flower girl. I only see her on women. The notes together form a remarkable whole: the scent of a tropical flower unknown to me. A little nectar-sweet, a little fruity, a little cool, well composed. It stays that way until the end. The only change: I think the scent changes a little bit over time towards a more cultivated and creamed scent What bothers me personally in the composition is the subtle acidity. I think it comes from the violet-the ingredient I often perceive as cool and specifically acidic. I often have my difficulties with violet notes in the pyramid of fragrances. It was the same with Anvers by Ulrich Lang. But that is not always the case By the way, my family testers were not thrilled to smell the scent on me. "It's okay", "it's not bad" was their verdict Anyway, after a long period of wavering, I think that the fragrance is not my cup of tea, although I am convinced that it is of good quality and will find its grateful customers.