Fleur de Cristal lands halfway between one of those currently fashionable fruity florals that smell like wet hair and shampoo and a very classic soapy white floral.
It's got that Calyx peach note that's so popular (they can call it "solar flower" all they want, but it's that fruity floral peach everyone uses) mixed over some artificial-smelling rose. There's some plasticky hairspray aldehydes and a lot of soapy musk to keep it "perfumey". With a little time, the soapy musks get stronger, bringing with them that hot salty hair-being-shampooed smell, while some nice white florals swallow up the faux rose.
Honestly, this is the kind of perfume that doesn't impress me. I'm not sure if it's smart but trying to dumb itself down for mass acceptance, or if it's just another mall perfume that happens to incorporate some classic elements. I wouldn't think ill of anyone who enjoys this (it's nowhere near THAT bad), but I'm still not all that impressed.