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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'm not going to say that this straight up smelled bad because to be fair, it didn't. But, that being said, I don't think it smelled good either. It had a floral scent to it but it was a bit overpowering. I'm more of a fruity floral kind of girl...1
I'm very sensitive to strong perfume so I sadly couldn't use this.1
Was just not a scent that I liked; It has a stinging sweet and sour kind of smell to me, that im just not in to.1
A light and airy scent, but I'm not one for perfumes. This is one of the few samples that didn't make me sneeze or give me headache...so that's good.1
Far too strong and floral. It gave me an immediate headache! That said, I prefer spicy/earthy/incense-like scents.1
Not a huge fan of this smell, but I'm sure it would smell great on others, just doesn't mix well with my chemistry.1
I didn't like this perfume AT ALL. It was WAY too floral and strong.1
Tried this fragrance, and it just doesn't smell very nice with my chemistry. It lasted though, even after I tried to wash it off.1
Personal preference. I do not enjoy anything floral-y. It smells just like grandmas or something. No thanks.1
I find that scents with Rose in them tend to smell a bit too old for me. This one is not too bad but the floral rose scent is just slightly too much for me to really love this scent.1