Originally Posted by MsMuse
Of course I've heard of these notes and I also know they can be dreaded to some. However, I don't know how they smell. What are some examples of Tuberose and Vetiver perfumes? I'd appreciate any tips. Thanks...
Vetiver's easy... smells a lot like grass. It's the frontliner in Guerlain's Vetiver, as well as Azzaro's Pure Vetiver, and I think Roger & Gallet has a decent vetiver scent, too.
Tuberose... Try Bath & Body Works. They should have a Henri Bendel Home scented candle by that name. It's very cloyingly sweet, in my opinion. The main note in Fracas by Robert Piguet is Tuberose.
Hope this helps!