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I expected a more envelopping and creamy blast as a whole. It took me over a year to wrap my nose around it and fully understand it.
Having gone back and forth between complete disgust and absolute adoration, I’ve settled on the latter.
If anyone has the chance to smell the body lotion, please do - the lotion, not the cream. I have been known in the past to change my opinion on these grand-dames of fragrance, but I have given CN several chances and have come to the same conclusion each time. Strangely the fresh citrus top notes come after a couple of hours and quite intensively.
From top to the bottom are grapefruit, roses, patchouli and bean. In past 4 years, it is very potent, rich and strong perfume but now a day, it is really modern, I can say, it is sexy and sensual, by the way, I love it very much I can't wait to try Coco Mademoiselle Intense, soon It took me while to appreciate this one. Actually I can describe Noir as a cheerful fragrance but not playful, bubbly or candy like. The bottle is very very chic but doesn't reflect the character of this perfume.I mainly get some sweet incense and lots of spices. Imagine Coco Mademoiselle is the blonde sister, wears lots of pastels and is very sociable/outgoing/friendly/easygoing, everyone likes her. Coco Noir is warm, spicy, sexy, intriguing and very similar to Coco, but there is an underlying "greenness" that comes out, especially in the beginning. I imagine someone wearing it maybe at the airport, maybe at an art gallery...Coco Noir is the brunette; serious, professional, distant yet approachable, mysterious, sexy. There's always something about her that surprises you. When I first apply Coco Noir, and I know this might sound odd to some, but I get a very prominent whiff of vintage (and awesome) Magie Noire :) Coco used to be a Powerhouse, but of course since the 80's it has been reformulated. Sillage is close to the skin, but it resists a shower.In 1984, there was Coco, that sumptuous blend of wood, resins, flowers, spices and fruit.A treasure trove of splendours and an endless source of discovery and sensual delight.
Another journey in the wake of a Gabrielle who fully embraced the dazzle of black and Venice, incorporating them not only into her creations but into her life.