Everyone's perfume preferences are different, some like light, fresh aromas, while others like bright, with noticeable woody notes. We bring to your attention a mini-selection of winter scents - different in “sound”, but equally memorable.
VERSACE Bright Crystal
Rich, cool aroma. What makes it suitable for winter are the notes of amber and musk, which sound quite heavy on a hot summer day. However, during the cold period the aroma becomes less significant, without losing its inherent solidity.
LANVIN Eclat d'Arpege
If classics had a flavor, then it would undoubtedly be like this. Aquatic, enveloping with May lilac, this perfume is suitable for those who prefer subtle, almost elusive aromas. By the way, it is the “wateriness” that makes Eclat one of the classics - the perfume seems to be similar to many of those you have heard before, but at the same time unique, appropriate in any situation. With him, as they say, “to the feast and to the world.”
CHANEL Chance Eau Tendre
Another floral, light scent. But if the previous one sounds more organic on young and carefree fashionistas, then this one is exclusively feminine and high-status. Notes of cedar, hyacinth and amber are responsible for the status, grapefruit adds lightness, and iris provides a soft but stable trail. The perfume lasts for more than 10 hours on the skin, and even longer on the hair.
A deliberately feminine, sweet scent. Notes of jasmine and watermelon make the perfume both light and spicy - just what you need in winter. Lemon tree brings freshness to the drydown.
Guerlain Eau de Cashmere
Winter is unthinkable without a cozy cashmere sweater, as well as without this warm aroma. White musk, bergamot and mandarin are the most wintery, sweet and pleasant notes. They are complemented by the tenderness of lavender and the boldness of pink pepper. The aroma is multifaceted and changeable, matching the weather outside, but it will definitely make you warm and comfortable.