Désir de Nature is a charming little fragrance. It’s simple and straightforward, light and delicate: clean, green, floral, and sweet. It opens so refreshingly citrus and minty, and then moves to the florals of the middle with a quiet lily of the valley being the dominant note in the quiet accord. The base is cedar – light and appropriately aromatic – with some remaining floral sweetness. It’s a light scent with a light, soft sillage and quite poor longevity, as one would expect from such an innocent and lovely presentation.
This really just isn't for me. It's very floral. It reminds me of a frag my grandmother would like to wear. After an hour of wearing it, I can still "taste" it. It has toned down some on my wrists, but my cleavage still smells very strong and flowery.
If I were a schoolgirl, I'd feel very good about wearing this pretty cologne. But those days are long gone, and I'm on to more clever concoctions. I wish young women would seek out an affordable little number like this instead of spending their money on celebrity department-store fragrances. Or does the next generation think DdN smells old fashioned because it has no synthetic twang? Well, if you ever feel like wearing a flower-print dress and twirling a parasol, this might fit you as well. Fairly low-pitched for a fragrance centered on lily-of-the-valley. Olfactive Family : Green Floral. Head Notes: Mandarin, Crushed Mint Leaves. Mid Notes: Headspace Daphne, Lily-of-the-Valley. Base Note: Cedar.
I get compliments from strangers whenever I wear this scent. It is a fresh fragrance and reminds me of springtime.
WHAT MORE CAN I SAY???
I LOVE IT SO MUCH THAT I WANT TO SIT IN A BATHTUB FULL OF IT!!!