Very helpful Review
No "headache rose" or also, come up with the rose?
I can't believe I like/smell this scent. Rose scent is usually not mine, perhaps it is also due to the abundance of artificial, pungent and inelegant rose fragrances in candles, soaps, & washing products in drugstore and Co. that wash around you in everyday life.
Especially in body care, I have to turn up my nose, unfortunately, when rose appears as a fragrance. Just the other day, Balea has brought such an absurdity of hand soap on the market. The "roadhouse soap aesthetic" sends its regards. Or the thought of grandma's musty rose soap. Truly unsexy.
So far so rosy.
This rose, however, does not give me a headache, nor do my thoughts digress to associations described above.
I'll keep at it, wear it a few days in a row and have to say, I like it a lot.
First comes the (yes probably Bulgarian) rose. At the tester tube smelled also noticed.
Sprayed on comes in the second Riecher quite quickly a tart, deep, spicy note through. Very nice. I assume times as a non-fragrance professional that it is the oud. Great!
Over time, the note now reminds me of a sauna visit. At such a one, where one sits with itself in the pure one in the steam, one the infusion into each pore creeps & with in the deep relaxation tears (positively meant!).
But I find that, if only the rose has evaporated, the second chord remains relatively constant, which I find very sad, because just the prelude of LV les sables roses appeals to me very much.
The pricing, however, is typical LV, something over.
Questionable whether it will create this fragrance in original size in my collection.