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    Default Chanel Allure vs Allure Sensuelle

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    What kind of woman do you think would wear either of these frags in their EDP format? Which is more "Chanel?"

    I have Sensuelle but after a 2 year love affair it's almost empty. I do not know whether to repurchase or try Allure EDP.

    I own a lot of grand florals (heavies) with a few feminine florals (Diorissimo) And love spicy orientals and aldehydes.

    What's a girl to do?

    c xx

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    Default Re: Chanel Allure vs Allure Sensuelle

    Not sure about "what kind of woman" but I preferred Allure Sensuelle. Do you have a way to sample Allure? I'd try to give it a few full wearings before you decide.

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    Default Re: Chanel Allure vs Allure Sensuelle

    l have tried both, & I like Allure Sensuelle, but l love & own a bottle of Allure EDP.
    To my nose, Allure Sensuelle is much sweeter in a caramel sort of way, & possibly aimed at a younger person.
    Allure EDP is a classy, radiant blend of jasmine & rose with a touch of vanilla in the drydown. My BF adores it on me, & l've had quite a few compliments when wearing it. lf you love "grand florals", l recommend you give it a try!
    "What is this secret connection between the soul, and sea, clouds and perfumes? The soul itself appears to be sea, cloud and perfume..." - from Zorba the Greek by Nikos Kazantzakis.

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