Absolutely delightful light fresh scent.this fragrance is very clean and fresh,yet delicate and flowery on other notes.not CARTIER best scent but so nice and gentle.CARTIER DE LUNE is a discreet floral blend that revolves around a main note of rose touch by a hint of musk and woodsy notes. Modern,Floral, Elegant,Innocent,Soft,Interesting and a Dytime scent.
This is a fragrance of gentle rose and warm musk that harmonizes well with the essence of all womankind.the scent is like a woman and enigma that gives you a clean and feminine feeling.It is not overpowering at all and it has a nice mystique that is sure to please.the bottle is as ethereal and free-spirited as you dare to be.
This EDT is great to begin the day.It is definitely a nice daytime scent to wear lightly and to smell beautiful throughout.perfect for Summer and Springtime.i recomment it for a blithe young lady who likes a refined scent with a touch of romance.Anyway for a great CARTIER scent,try LE BAISER DU DRAGON.
Longevity?Could be better.
Cartier De Lune actually starts out OK but not very inspired. There's peppery green lily and sweet hay over a background of soapy fruits and just a hint of that Windex-smelling aquatic chemical. Unfortunately, the soapy fruits win out, and it's that damn 90's peach AGAIN and that fake strawberry that smells like cheap shampoo AGAIN and it's over a standard pink pepper "fruitchouli" base AGAIN.
Points for the interesting pepper/lily/hay on top, but everything else here has been done to death...
Smells like a generic floral perfume. It's pleasant enough, but there isn't anything that makes it stand out. I don't find that it has much presence or sillage; even half an hour after I've sprayed it on I can hardly tell it's there, much less pick out any individual notes. This was a dud for me.
Peppery trill to open, followed by the most generic floral wash. This perfume is meant to be ‘ephemeral’ according to the advertising – well, one can’t say we weren’t warned: it’s barely there and yet annoyingly still there as the day wears on. What Cartier declares as ‘the wonder of white flowers in the moonlight’ is mainly a vague pinkish rose and what passes for lily of the valley in the mainstream. The musk in the base smells like new vinyl flooring or what one imagines ozone might smell like. None of this is actively unpleasant; it’s just completely unremarkable, the perfume equivalent of budget white bread.
My wife was wearing Cartier De Lune the other night, of which she received a mini bottle when she purchased something else. Oh my, it was so strong: I could smell it from five meters (15 ft) and in my perception, it smelled like a chemical cocktail that made me nauseous if I was next to her. It lasted several hours; as you might guess, we had a big argument that night.
The only other perfume that provoked a comparable reaction with me was Cabotine by Grès, but I think this one was worse. If I look at the fragrance notes listed here, I don't see anything that I know I'm allergic to, although I'm not too fond of Lily-of-the-Valley. Maybe there is an unlisted ingredient that I am sensitive to.
Elegant, subtle and feminine. It opens with sparkling notes (almost green, citrus) and a lily of the valley classic, refined. Stays close to the skin when the full floral bouquet gradually reveals itself, and stays until complete drydown, when a limpid and slightly powdery musk can enjoy for the rest of the day.
May be its originality can be questioned (and it has been)... its quality, I think not. Beautiful composition.