Eclat D'Arpege Eau de Parfum Spray
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I'm reminded of a garden, and the happiness that comes with the warmer days brought by the springtime. Interesting enough, I also tested Miss Dior Blooming Bouquet when I bought this, and I find it's in the same family of light fresh floral. If you were unfortunate enough to have tried perfumes that make you feel anxious and uneasy, this is the opposite. It's such a beautiful and delicate scent of a forest fairy, or perhaps even a mermaid since it smells a bit aquatic to me.
And on my wedding day I was the luckiest woman alive, I married the perfect man and wore the perfect scent!
But the longer I used it, the more apparent it became (which is a surprise because usually people become less aware of the scent rather than more aware). If the data is transferred to the US, there is a risk that your data can be processed by US authorities, for control and surveillance measures, possibly without legal remedies. Cedar and White Musk kindle at the base, a burning flame that sets the scent alight with a subtle yet sensual touch. Eclat d’Arpège is right up my alley -- fresh, airy, feminine, clean, floral, mass-appealing and shampoo-ish. But when the fragrance is sprayed on the skin, it is undeniable that the perfumer chose the notes of this composition very well.
The green scent that seemed to predominate at first is perfeclty blended into light floral and very soft musky woody notes.
But when it begins to dry down the spring flowers make their entrance with smooth lilac and wisteria accompanied after a while with the beautiful peony with a touch of peach blossom in the background. Perfectly balanced, really classy, but with a twist - the lilac in this was not what I expected; it's not a typical one, the one that could suffocate you in May with its soapy sweetness - I'd say the lilac in this is still in bloom, very delicate and almost shy in some way. The floral perfume is enhanced with a carefree luminosity, immersing the self in the tantalising trappings of love.