This is a floral concoction that in the top notes has a touch of ripe-pear-infused citrus added to it. Otherwise we are talking floral, mainly white florals with a somewhat generic jasmine. The base has the usual light musky note with nonspecific woodsiness, and more florals that are fairly generic.
The sillage is moderate, the projection very good, and the longevity on my skin comes to six hours.
Not bad, for spring, not good, fairly generic and unexciting. 2.5/5.
Uninspired and reminiscent of 90's Estée Lauder, specifically Pleasures. There is plenty of sillage, and it gave me a fine headache. It did not develop on my skin, but it had a tenacious hold. I tried unsuccessfully to scrub it off.
Oh HELL no... This smells like cheap strawberry shampoo mixed with soap and the smell of wet hair. It's entertaining as a novelty (though I've smelled this combination elsewhere so I'm not even finding it novel) but worthless if you judge fragrance as a work of art. While those who want to use perfume to fool people into thinking they've just showered with Pantene 2-in-1 shampoo and conditioner may find Chance Eau Tendre useful, it's a loud, cheap-smelling thumbs down for me.
Mediocre and useless musky/floral with a powerful note of grapefruit hardly subsided along the way by the interaction of powdery iris, cedarwood and white musk. The musky/cedary dry down tames a bit the citrus and the fruits disclosing the floral facets but the fruity vibe keeps on to be still prominent. Playful and easy but unoriginal for sure.
Bright and fruity opening that gives me the overall impression of a tart apple on top of a sweet, creamy hyacinth. This fresh-tart, springy floral is happy and playful. I still like the original Chance much better.
This is a great fresh floral fragrance that's unisex in my opinion. Lots of citruses over a floral base that smells quite nice on men too. Sillage, lasting power and projection are low-medium.