Coco Mademoiselle by Chanel for Women, Eau De Parfum Spray, 3.4 Ounce  » Perfume  »
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  • I agree to the words of King Solomon, who allegedly regarded the opoponax as the noblest of incense gums, for I found the concoction more than wonderful, so floral with gorgeous dry down, very rich and warm essence that endures both exotic and mysterious
  • I could swear sure enough to fathom some subtlest but distinctive hints of delicious, ripe peach in the aperture, which dissolves gradually into the spicy, musky central part
  • At the end I am bound to say it does cost substantially, but variety is the spice of life, the bottle lasts forever and therefore – I recommend

    • by grandilo
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      Although it is true that tastes differ, I affirm it is beyond belief how laudably the youngest and most flirty of Channel family fits among the worlds most sophisticated and established designer fragrances. What I talk about it is, of course, Coco Mademoiselle, playful classy medley, mentioned for youthful consumers, but surprisingly complex and mature at the same time.

      The intricacy of fruity upper composition is characterized by poignant bergamots ability to combine most amiably with an array of scents; along with orange, mandarin orange and vibrant orange blossom form a unique bouquet


      of aromas, which complement each other to perfection. The opening whiff fuses to a full degree with hearty tones of jasmine, well-known as augmenting, arousing and romantic, acting as anti-depressant and aphrodisiac. The majestic core extends further into heavenly clean breath of mimosa, typically energetic divining of stimulating, alluring Turkish rose and exquisitely accented ylang-ylang. Noble masterpiece is magnanimously supported by abundant base of sweet tonka bean that melds amiably with vanilla, earthy patchouli that assuages and balances sensations, tropical wild grass vetiver that is sought after for its calming, protective, soothing and ...

      • uplifting features and artistically intertwined slightly sweet, incensed resin vibe of balsamic opoponax and staple shade of fragrant, velvety white musk.

        I agree to the words of King Solomon, who allegedly regarded the opoponax as the noblest of incense gums, for I found the concoction more than wonderful, so floral with gorgeous dry down, very rich and warm essence that endures both exotic and mysterious. I could swear sure enough to fathom some subtlest but distinctive hints of delicious, ripe peach in the aperture, which dissolves gradually into the spicy, musky central

        part. Loudly gallant, cheerful feminine accord blends with the natural chemistry of my skin harmoniously balanced; and thanks to awesome lasting power, just a spray or two in the early morning lingers with me all day long.

        Lovely Mademoiselle is captured in a bottle very alike to Channel No. 5’s famed scanty and structured flacon, which is very conquerable in its simplicity. At the end I am bound to say it does cost substantially, but variety is the spice of life, the bottle lasts forever and therefore – I recommend.




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