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Chanel Coco Noir 113660 Eau de Parfum Spray 100 ml

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minutes later, it transitions to the familiar very well-blended heart of the Coco Mademoiselle range. Coco Noir is pretty and elegant and I wouldn't be upset to get a bottle as a gift, but this isn't a love for me.

I thought Coco Noir might be a bit too patchouli-intensive for me, but after falling in love with the Oil Perfumery dupe version, I bit the bullet and bought a 50-ml bottle. The initial blast was very unappealing to me, followed by the clove note quickly popping through and there it stayed…far too long for me. Naturally, like all fragrances of the legendary French brand, Chanel Coco Noir is expensive and noble. I loved the romantic rose and sunny narcissus in the heart of Coco Noir and I thought that the blend of citruses in the top notes was tastefully done, but I couldn't smell the jasmine or peach in the heart notes, which would have made this fragrance much better to me personally. I paired this with tweed skirts and long trench coats and my round tort glasses and felt very sophisticated and dark.Cut to the night of my birthday while laying in bed watching a movie he gives me this little gift and I unwrap it and find my beloved Coco Noir. However, it smells a bit common, and it does not compare to the thicker, older Chanel formulations (looking especially at the dark ones like Cuir de Russie and Coromandel) which were more plush, more complex, almost obscenely so.

It’s warm and inviting but not in a cuddly way, in a way that says you can come in, but you cannot stay the night. The biggest advantage of this is that it never goes sweet or vanillic, while still having Oriental notes.

It manages to start off with a bang, quickly lose momentum, then totally vanish within a few hours or less. There was something very melancholy and just closed off about this one despite the yummy and elegant notes.

She could stay this way for hours, luxuriating in the lush smoky atmosphere of the end of a perfect night on the town. com perfumes magazine - All Rights Reserved - do not copy anything without prior written permission.I smell pepper, rose, myrrh, and woods, without the ambery sweetness that you would expect from such notes. I never believed in the "magic" of letting fragrances sit, but it worked for the first time with this one. Coco Mad for the light fruitchouli (though it avoids being so sweet or fresh), Allure for the hint of warm spices (Coo Noir avoids the pungent eye-stinging clove present in Coco), and that dry down is a classic No.

Then, in 2001, came Coco Mademoiselle, a breath of air that lightens this cornucopia of fragrance, in which everything is simplified and accelerated in a radiant burst of fruit and flower. My mother introduced me to it when I was in my twenties so at that time this perfume was not for me. My apologies dear reader I forgot I was wearing another perfume at time as I could no longer smell it on me. The contemporary expression of a magnetic sensuality told in a modern oriental fragrance with luminous notes.I've been after the original Coco for months but a while ago I decided to try this for the colder weather and maybe trade it if I didn't like it as much as I remembered.

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