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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.
The fragrance was just okay, totally not my style though.2
Meh, it was okay. But I have a favorite perfume and I don't really need a new one.2
The baby powder scent is what turned it off for me. I don't really like that. It aged it in a weird way. Without it, i think it would smell great! i do like how light it is, but not that baby powder smell.2
I'm very picky about perfumes, so it is very hard to please me. This scent was okay but definitely not my favorite.2
Didn't really like this perfume, it kinda smelled like an older woman to me?2
I have pretty particular tastes when it comes to scents and this one is just not for me.2
Liked the pear notes but WAY too expensive. I've never spent more than $60 dollars on a perfume and that was only when I absolutely loved it. This one wasn't anything special.2
Not a bad fragrance, light and airy but too must citrus for my personal taste.2
The price is a little to high for me even to consider it, i thought the smell was okay.2
It is a perfectly nice perfume, but it is too floral for me. I prefer things with amber, vanilla, etc. I will use it until it runs out and might try other products from this brand.2