Thanks for sharing.
Add a little freshness to such a hot world!
With its blend of geranium, mint and lavender, l'Eau Chic is a little gesture of elegance: an easy-to-wear fragrance, identifiable, and long lasting.
Having always loved the smell of the geranium soaps that used to lie in my parents' bathroom, I dreamt of using the essence of geranium as the heart and soul of my composition. It is a delicious essence, however, it has a sharp, tangy side that you need to tame to your needs. The challenge: soften it without weakening it, make it original without disguising its tone.
As such, essences of crisp and peppered mint blended with lavender add a delicate touch to the Bourbon geranium. Santal, camomile and iris round this fragrance off with a slightly tangy tone coming from the cloves and spices. A cocktail of white musk reinforces the tone and allows it to last, and last, and last… throughout the entire summer.
Thanks for sharing.
This will have all the smoothness and roundness Geranium Pour Monsieur lacks.
Patricia Nicolai has impeccable taste and distinction.
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Love the geranium/mint accord in Dominique Ropion's GpM. Ropion also named soap as an inspiration and they both have clove, hmmm.
Always hopeful when Parfums de Nicolai has a new frag. Will definitely try this. But no complete sentences today. Too hot.
'...And you'll carry me down on your dancing
To the pools that you lift on your wrist...'
So - anyone try this yet? It does sound terrific. Wondering how "unisex" it is - the Malle GpM was a little over the line into the barber shop for me.
I too would be very curious to hear opinions about this one--especially in comparison with GpM.
Anyone try this yet?
I just go a sample, will report soon with my impressions...
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