Don't let my statement discourage you - the scent is by no means bad, but it did irritate me quite a bit at first. The name literally conjures up a fluffy cuddly marshmallow fragrance (Guimauve=Marshmallow) and I was curious how that should work -in view of the lush herbaceous-floral-spicy-woody fragrance pyramid.
Well, it didn't work right away. The scent actually starts off green-herbaceous, only then comes the warm sweetness that lingers on the skin for a longer time without any changes. This note is not sticky-penetrating, but inviting and actually reminiscent of a dessert - marshmallow or cotton candy. The woody base notes are, unfortunately, barely perceptible to me.
The scent lasts about 7 hours on my skin, the projection and sillage are moderate. On clothing, the scent lasts much longer and remains pleasant throughout.
So, my verdict turns out mixed - the fragrance has first before me his gourmandigkeit vorborgen and showed me a long herbaceous-spicy tongue, the rogue! His marshmallow heart, however, he has in the right place and therefore donates willingly a few hours of cozy sweet warmth.
If you are looking for a somewhat cleaner and finer version of a Guimauve fragrance that lasts a little longer on the skin, but is much more expensive, you might find it here: Guimauve de Noël/31