French perfume stands on the top of the industry. Countless fragrance brands take it as a great honor to have France as the country of origin. Which ones are your likes? This latest 2014 classic French perfume billboard may help you find out.
Legend NO.1: Channel NO.5
Channel NO.5 is a unique limited edition. The most powerful, subtle and long-lasting concentration of fragrance — N°5 is elevated to the fullest expression of the perfumer’s art and modernism in a new way. Chanel No. 5 is truly greater than the sum of its part to make women dream of and consider the epitome of romance. There’s no doubt that Channel NO.5 makes you much nobler and more alluring and that the price is high. Women should love yourselves more. It can be forgivable to enjoy the luxurious feast sometimes.
Top notes – vivacious jasmine, neroli, and aldehydes.
Middle heart notes – ylang-ylang, rose, iris, and lily of the valley.
Base notes – amber, vanilla, and patchouli.
Legend NO.2: GUERLAIN Shalimar Eau De Toilett
The Arabian Nights is inspired by a fervent love of an Indian Emperor for his magnificent wife, Mumtaz-Mahal—for whom the Taj Mahal was built—Shalimar is named after “The Gardens of Shalimar,” where their love grew. It is the Shalimar that inspires the bottle design which earns the first price in Paris Decorative Art for Jacques Guerlain in 1925. In Sanskrit, the name of the book means The Temple of Love, indicating the everlasting love. This high-profile GUERLAIN Shalimar Eau De Toilett from the East presents sensuous desire and a cryptic sense of danger filled in the Garden of Eden. This feminine scent possesses a blend of iris, rose and vanilla. It is recommended for evening wear.
Notes – Bergamot, Lemon, Jasmine, Rose, Iris, Incense, Opopanax, Tonka Bean, Vanilla
Style – Voluptuous. Warm. Sensual.
Legend NO.3: Lancome MIRACLE Eau de Parfum
This women’s fragrance by Lancome MIRACLE hits fresh and spicy floral notes. The additional touches of amber and jasmine complete the perfume while adding a pleasant amount of depth that makes this perfume unique. Miracle unfolds with tender color chords. You can feel the bright presence of freesia. Its flavor is enhanced by oriental scent of shows. At times the smell is little spicy, but with entering in the heart, it becomes colored again. The heart of the perfume is a lovely bouquet of jasmine and magnolia. Perceived low fruit hint of tangerine. The tangerine makes Miracle fresh, lively, and full of optimism. In the middle notes are fitted the flavors of pepper and ginger. They merge into wood shades in the base. In it may feel the musk and the bitter amber. The length of the trail is about 11 hours plus residual odor about 1-2 hours.
Top notes – freesia, litchi.
Middle notes – jasmine, magnolia, mandarin orange, pepper, ginger.
Base notes – musk, woody notes, amber.
Legend NO.4: Joy by Jean Patou for Women
Joy was presented by Jean Patou as ‘the world’s most expensive perfume’ right at the time of The Great Depression in 1929. It is so called to hopefully present some joy in the dark days. JOY is created of rare flowers in unique concentration of 10600 flowers of jasmine and 28 dozens of roses which adorn the exceptional heart of this perfume. The composition starts with fragrant jilt tuberose, luscious rose, ylang-ylang blossom, aldehydes, sweet and mouthwatering pear, and green notes. The heart beats passionately in pure and sweetly fresh jasmine notes, seductive and balmy spicy and darkened iris root. The base whiffs with sensual musk, warm and milky-powdery sandalwood, with mild musky civet tones.
Top notes – Bergamot, Mandarin and Galbanum
Heart notes – Jasmine, Rose, Orris, Marigold, Orange Flower and Peach
Base notes – Cedarwood, Sandalwood, White Musks and Amber
Legend NO.5: Davidoff Coolwater Woman
This refreshing fragrance perfectly blends the fresh, outdoorsy scents of citrus, pineapple and woody notes with the invigorating smell of ocean air. The scent is very calm with aquatic notes that remind us of ocean breeze and cool sea-water, fruits and woods.
Top notes – luscious, cool and aquatic with Citrus, Honeydew Melon, Quince, Pineapple, Lotus and Lily.
Heart notes – gentle flowers: May Rose, Jasmine and Muguet.
Base notes – Musk, Vanilla, Peach, Sandalwood, Orris and Vetiver.
Legend NO.6: Lacoste Pour Femme
Catharine Hurley is walking on the table – this commercial probably known to all symbolizes spontaneous beauty, easiness, and freedom of the scent and the woman who wears it. Lacoste Pour Femme reminds friends, family members and coworkers that you are a strong, independent woman, so wear it proudly-and often. Introduced in 2003, this flirty perfume is somewhat of a newcomer to the fragrance scene yet makes a bold statement by combining soft flowers with a hint of spice for a scent that is rich and womanly.
Top notes – allspice and purple freesia.
Heart notes – introduces heliotrope and jasmine in an alliance with hibiscus blossom and Bulgarian rose.
Base notes – brings Himalayan cedar, warm woman skin accord, sandal and incense.