This suffers (in my opinion) in comparison to its sister scent, Romantina.
Here, a woody vanilla immediately hit my nose. The rose is of a sweet and rather shallow variety. There is a fruity, semi-aquatic note here. Then most notes scuttle away and one is left with a rather thin musky note.
I think this tries to be "more" than Romantina, and winds up being "less."
A fabulous work of art.for those seeking a signature scent suitable for evening.it is a precious effluvium and transport it into a fragrance composition that would make chic ladies fall in love with it.LADY VENGEANCE complements your dress even better,Adds you more charm.very lovely.it is long lasting but not too strong and obnoxious.it scents leaves you feeling confident about your self with a little gracious feminine feel.Rosy,Sensual,Strong, Exciting, Expensive,Elusive,Musky and Special.
It is a little strong at first spray with lavender and bergamot that quickly move into rose and a little patchouli.the finish all musk and vanilla.infact it is very sensual and feminine,the sensuality behind the coquettish notes on top for a mature lady who would like to entice the opposite sex.here rose,vanilla and patchouli are fairly prominent among the others ingredient.LADY VENGEANCE is for a woman who does not want make waves quiet passive personality this is an scent for a woman who she wants ttention getter.perfect for AUTUMN weather.
Longevity?Very Good on my skin.
This opens with a big, red rose, almost immediately engulfed by an equally big dose of patchouli, of the old-school hippie variety - no bad thing, in my book. Over the next couple of hours, the patchouli fades & the scent slowly sweetens, revealing a wine-dark rose in the heart, underpinned by woods & a faint vanilla. Eleven hours in, the base of woody, vanilla-musk is still going softly.
This is not a very unique or complex fragrance, but it appeals to the hippie chick in me, & I find it a pleasant wear for an autumnal day.
The opening of Lady Vengeance is similar to other Juliet Has a Gun scents; a "white" gourmand rich in vanilla, talc and floral notes, with bergamot and citrus head notes and a general feel of silky, satin and glossy (and desperately dull) trendiness which is the trademark of this brand. Huge amounts of Iso E and synthetic amber give a modern and restrained shape to this overall whiteish sweetness. It's not unpleasant at first, but it soon loses its richness and its texture quickly becoming quite plain and close to skin, leaning towards a persistent yet really delicate drydown which comprises again a floral-ambery accord with a white sugary talc all over. All in the less creative sense possible – expressive and inspired, yet white and cheaply "contemporary" like a white Ikea chair. Unworthy its price (like any other scent by this brand in my opinion).
The several scents I know that focus closely on a rose – patchouli accord seem to fall roughly into two stylistic families. Some, including L’Artisan Parfumeur’s Voleur de Roses and Bond No. 9’s West Side, pair a sweet, fruity rose with an earthy patchouli for a relatively high-pitched, wine-like effect. Others, most notably Montale’s Black Aoud and Czech & Speake’s Dark Rose, use a drier rose and an astringent or camphoraceous patchouli to paint a darker, more austere olfactory picture. I place Lady Vengeance squarely in this second camp.
In fact, on first acquaintance Lady Vengeance impressed me as a kind of Black Aoud without the oudh. The quality of Lady Vengeance’s rose note closely parallels the Montale’s, and the patchouli has a similarly brisk, piercing flavor about it. Without the bitter, medicinal accent of oudh, Lady Vengeance is a mite less confrontational than Black Aoud, but it is still a gaunt, dark, and dramatic scent.
Lady Vengeance also shares with Black Aoud – and Voleur de Roses, for that matter – a peculiar and paradoxical sense of simultaneous depth and clarity. I attribute this quality to a simplicity of structure shared by all three scents: there is little extraneous matter in any of them to obscure their rose/patchouli foundations. Lady Vengeance may just be the simplest of the lot, and its drydown leaves the rose and patchouli exposed in bold relief. I personally enjoy the the medicinal oudh counterpoint on offer in Black Aoud, but if you find oudh off-putting, Lady Vengeance might be your dark rose-and-patchouli of choice.