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When perfumer Romano Ricci set out to create an elegant ode to the classic rose, his noble intentions were foiled by a lab technician who accidently added too much cetalox, a synthetic substitute for grey amber, to the mix. The serendipitous mistake turned out for the best, since it resulted in Mad Madame, a bewitching blend of sophisticated notes and modern musky scents.
I was not a fan of this scent at all. I put it on and actually took a shower just to get it off. I was way too strong for me and I was hoping it would fade but just couldn't stand it. Not a fan!1
I didn't really like the scent, too musky-manly for me. I'm not sure how to describe it... Oh well! I guess I'm more interested in therosy-citrus smell.1
Not my type of fragrance but I am sure I can find someone else who would like it1
This scent is just to powdery and strong for me. Not a fan1
This perfume has a really musky scent with hints of rose. I find it to be too strong for my preference. When I tried it on, my sister asked if I was wearing menâ€™s cologne, and I had only dabbed a bit inside my wrists. A little goes a long way.1
just not for me! i like natural and fruity scents, and this was not!1
I didn't like the smell of this perfume at all. It was way too strong for my taste. I prefer something softer and fresher.1
This perfume is too strong for my taste. However, it lasts forever. So if you like it, I think it's worth your money.1
There is hypothetically nothing wrong with this perfume, I just don't like the scent. I'm fussy with my smells. I usually use the very vanilla-y scents or brown sugar type of scents. This reminded me more of a vintage scent.1
The scent was awful. Chemical scent mixed with roses. I guess it would be nice for someone who worked for a fertilizer company...that scent might appeal to them.1