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In 1998, Parisian fragrance designer Annick Goutal created this irresistible fragrance for her daughter Camille. It has since become one of her most popular scents. The confident blend of fruity and musky notes is clean and sweet, a scent that embodies purity and boldness.
I did not like it. I do not like perfume very much. I have a few signature scents that I stick to.1
Too heavy and musky smelling for me. Not my type at all.1
Smells like a weird mix of clinique happy and cucumbers. Bottle looks like something my mom would have left over from the 1980's. Yuck.1
I'm sorry to say that this perfume was a total snooze for me. It isn't unique, and especially at that price point, a fragrance has to be seriously one of a kind to be at all convincing. It smells nice, but $15 nice, not luxury price nice.1
I really did not like this perfume. It smelled terrible!1
It's a nice scent...kind of "old" for my taste and I'm also not a fan of rose scented anything....so this one will be given away1
Unfortunately, this smells just like a drug store fat slimming cream I tried a few years ago. It isn't unpleasant, but every time I smell this I think of that cream.1
The scent did not last long enough. The smell was too light.2
The scent doesn't last very long, and the applicator doesn't really put that much on. It's a bit cumbersome to use.2
There are two important things I consider when buying perfume: scent and duration. By that I mean how the perfume smells and how long it lasts. Petite Cherie definitely stayed on me as only truly excellent perfumes can; however, I did not care for the scent. While beautiful, this perfume is far too sweet. Were it a dessert I'd happily succumb to the temptation of its creamy floral tones, but as a perfume, I'll pass.2