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    Lipstick Rose Fragrance notes

    Grapefruit, Violet, Rose, Musk, Vanilla, Vetiver, Amber

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    Lipstick Rose is a women's fragrance by Editions de Parfums Frederic Malle. The scent was launched in 2000

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    Diamondflame's avatar

    Singapore Singapore

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    More lipstick than rose if you ask me, the candied violet offsetting the rose's jam-like nuances. I do not know what chemical is responsible for this but there is indeed a certain waxy feel to it that reinforces the lipstick image. While it does recede eventually into a lightly musky floral that passes muster, I can't imagine why any woman would want to smell as if she'd put on way too much lipstick.

    15th October, 2014

    Nefret's avatar

    United States United States

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    No surprises, this is a straightforward one

    It may have taken me a couple of tries to really warm to this one, but it is one of those scents that perfectly evokes what it is going for. The beginning is this powdery haze over a PINK rose and violet rush, with just that hint of wax to it. The drydown does evolve into a sweet violet with some juicy berries and light vanilla, with the suggestion of rose just barely present. It wears nice and long, as some of these Frederic Malle powerhouses do. Glamorous, feminine, maybe a little unsubtle.

    Pros: Sweet rose and violet accord, evocative of a certain kind of lipstick
    Cons: None"

    21st August, 2013

    alfarom's avatar

    Italy Italy

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    Name says it all. A waxy, lipstick-like concoction of rose and violet supported by a tamed down vanilla/vetiver base. Hints of musk and amber provide more consistency during the powdery drydown. Surely not groundbreaking yet very funny. If you like to smell like an high-end lipstick, go ahead. Nice.

    23rd January, 2012

    redrose's avatar

    United Kingdom United Kingdom

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    Yes, it does replicate the smell of a certain type of lipstick, and to me brings back the memory of a very bright pink by - I think - Max Factor, that I wore many years ago. Happy memories! But although it's pleasantly nostalgic, I wouldn't want to splurge on an FB just for the sake of old reminiscences. Pretty and very girlie, this scent to me is pleasant but definitely not a must. Also, I found it quite linear with little or no development, and I prefer scents which tell a story, unfolding more delights as the hours go by. I'll pass on this. But it's nice enough.

    12th October, 2011

    lisa16's avatar

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    This is exactly what a Guerlain divinora lipstick smells like. They nailed it.

    21st September, 2011

    Orfamay's avatar

    Canada Canada

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    The beginning of this is quite ferocious: A gorgeous blast of rose and violet powder, but it's shocking to me because I'm more of a subdued fragrance kind of gal. There's some raspberry jam in there too, which really comes out after the first twenty minutes or so. I really love the initial rush of fragrance, the witty evocation of vintage cosmetics. Any girl who sat fixated at her grandmother or mother's vanity will appreciate this aspect. The rest of the journey with the scent is much more wearable for me, however, when the rose and violet meet the freshness of grapefruit, sweetness of raspberry and a hint of vetiver. Divine.

    23rd August, 2011

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