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It's not for little girls!
First of all I am rather the boyish jeans type, sporty casual and no "female". I don't like sweet, heavy Orientals and wear men's fragrances as well as some for ladies. At some point in my young years a Scherrer flew to me, no idea what his name was at that time, he was much too sweet for me, too heavy, too madamic. Since then - and that was more than 20 years ago - the Scherrer brand has become completely uninteresting for me. By chance, I came across the "One Love" these days. The name is now rather not for me, because I do not like kitsch stuff and also the bottle is rather subordinated with me, for me only the content counts and I wanted to approach it on the basis of the list of ingredients and also the comments. I have indulged in him blindly and what can I say: horny! If I had to name an actress who perfectly embodies him for me, I would spontaneously think of Grace Kelly and Laureen Bacall. Cool, a hint of tart, with pleasantly fresh green touches and damn self-confident and style-conscious. This is the One Love - nothing for little girls with ribbons and sweet sugar bow! The prelude is even a trace strict, that scared me off with the first time sniffing almost a trace, but that gave itself completely fast. Mimosa, bergamot and a hint of lemon are clearly perceptible to me. It is a fragrance that fits wonderfully into the warm season, it lets the sun shine even brighter, the warmth unfold more beautifully on the skin and it is simply ingeniously bright and clear, almost like champagne for the throat! The woods are quickly recognizable in the foreground, which I find wonderfully beautiful, I love spicy wooden scents.....for me, by the way, he is not a trace creamy, as I could read here so many times, I rather find that he comes dry-soft. It is the perfect complement for a self-confident woman who knows what she wants and will not let herself be taken butter from bread in any situation of life. It never becomes obtrusive, nor does it come to the fore too much, especially as it becomes less present over time, but not fleeting. The lilac gives it depth and elegance, the oak moss gives it the green astringency that I like very much, especially in summer. He comes along on a quieter sole, but he really doesn't have to hide, he symbolizes strength and straightforwardness for me and also gives a bit of self-confidence. I love vetiver in the exit and it can be sniffed out on my wrist for a long time....I noticed that it has a long breath, both on the skin and on the clothes. I would say it always leaves - maybe not at minus 15 degrees, but at sports, in the office, in the plane, in church, in the evening and also at night ;-) it is simply something fine, noble with addictive factor!