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There are two spots that feature prominently in our wanderlust-fueled daydreams: SoCal beaches and Parisian sidewalk cafés. Luckily, we can live vicariously through this refreshing fragrance. Folle de Joie, which translates to crazy with joy, evokes both the relaxed and playful vibe of California and the seductiveness and refinement of the City of Light. The perfume opens with a burst of freshness from a blend of citrus and a light woodsy floral, giving way to hints of cognac. Its middle notes—jasmine and Damascenia rose—give the scent a carefree, summery vibe. Warm base notes of spicy woods and rich leather add a seductive finish.
I personally didn't like the scent of this product. Fragrances are so personal, but it might be nice for someone else.1
This perfume was very strong and heavy scented. I immediately washed it off after applying and the scent still lingered.1
I wasnt a huge fan of this scent. If you are into flower and spice fragrances, it is definately for you. I prefer something more citrusy and fruity similar to DKNY Be Delicious.1
This scent is very strong. You gotta really love it to wear it.1
This floral based scent sent my allergies into overdrive. I will likely pass it along to someone who can use this sort of product. I hope that at some point there will be the capacity to opt out of fragrance samples.1
This fragrance is way too strong when i put it on, then barely lasts three hours! I prefer sweeter scents, think Prada Candy or Lavanilla! But this one is not for me.1
This was way too sweet. I prefer clean scents. I tried it, and it seemed to be long-wearing at least. It would probably smell great on someone else.1
This fragrance wasn't for me. Mainly just left the smell of alcohol...1
This is a very light scent perfume. Flowery but not too overpowering. Is not my favorite smell but I used the scent and got compliments1
The sample packaging is small and effective but kind of misleading. I really wanted to like the product, but unfortunately, this fragrance is somewhat grandma-esque. My boyfriend confirmed it reminded him of his mom so it's definitely not for me.1