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Madly (2012)
by Maria Lux


Madly information

Year of Launch2012
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
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People and companies

HouseMaria Lux
PerfumerAlessandro Gualtieri

About Madly

Madly is a shared / unisex perfume by Maria Lux. The scent was launched in 2012 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Alessandro Gualtieri

Reviews of Madly

An old school powdery white floral butched up with resins, this has an ambrette-like skin musk note lurking in its depths. A pleasing, dry composition even if it wears a bit light and close to the skin. The key effect here is how the resins (and woods) are balanced somewhat equally against the floral elements. So instead of the heady, sometimes overwhelming impact of the white flowers, we get something that is a bit more measured (and they called it Madly – go figure!) with a touch of mysteriousness about it.
If Madly were a person, they’d be the kind who could go into a clothes shop and hone in immediately on the one outfit that suited them perfectly without having to try on everything on the racks. At least, that’s the impression of the first few hours. Madly suffers from an undifferentiated and dull base, with the florals having done a flit.

14th November, 2014
The MariaLux fragrances explore emotions related to the theme of love: in "Madly", citrus and aromatic herbs (sage, rosemary, wormwood and helichrysum perhaps) share a troubled history of light and shade, dry and wet sensations: if this is love, it's no easy one, and this makes the scent interesting. It smells dry, modern and quite fresh, perfectly wearable both on male and female skin. It's pure parfum in concentration, so it lasts quite long, getting dryer and dryer in the drydown.
06th May, 2014

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