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French fragrance designer Annick Goutal took inspiration from Italy for this iconic citrus scent, which launched in 1981. Bright and effervescent, the universal and timeless blend conjures up the image of sun-ripened fruit in a Tuscan orchard.
I really don't like citrus scents and this one is very acidic. Love Goutal's Petit Cherie, though.1
This was way too heavy for me. It was so overpowering, I could have never worn this anywhere, nor would I have wanted to.1
I didn't not like the smell of this product sorry but I love perfume this was just not my cup of tea!1
The scent is way too lemon-y and acidic. Its not my fave scent.1
The citrus notes shine through, I thought of grapefruit when I sniffed it from the sample. But on it reminds me to much of a cleaner.1
When I read the description of the scent I was looking forward to trying it out. But when I smelled it on my own skin I didn't like it at all. It smelled like something my 70 year old grandmother would wear. No thank you.1
I do not think the smell is that great for a Glamour pick.1
I'm glad they listed the "notes" with this product - otherwise I could not tell you what this smells like. For me, this just smelled like really heavy perfume, with a hint of alcohol. Scent is such a personal thing, so definitely check this out if the notes interest you. If you want something light, I don't think this is the fragrance foryou.1
not the best scent out there but my mom really did like it i guess it just depends on the person :)2
Its hard to review fragrance. But this was not the one for me. It was not a pleasing scent. I wouldn't wear it2