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Launched in July 2009, KenzoAmour Eau de Toilette Florale is a new version of KenzoAmour Eau de Parfum (2006). Compared to the sensual, floral accents of the original KenzoAmour, KenzoAmour Eau de Toilette Florale adapts to younger and fresher aromas of white flowers.
The first spritz is citrusy and spicy. The citursy, floral scent of neroli is prominent, and the spicy note fades quickly. The scents settle into invigorating, fresh, yet harmonious citrusy top notes.
A delicate blend of white floral notes rests on the heart that is softly floral and faintly powdery, but not cloyingly sweet or overpowering.It dries down to musky and woody base notes. The finish is velvety smooth, melony musky, yet tender and clean. The drydown lasts all day.
Notes of KenzoAmour EDT Florale:
Top notes: essence of neroli, grapefruit-blackcurrant, essence of cardamom
Middle notes: frangipani blossom, rosebud, gardenia
Base notes: white musk, cedar wood
The fragrance bottle designed by famed industrial designer Karim Rashid is inspired by the sensuality of the female body and the sense of travelling. The bottle is slightly curvy and clear transparent, while the middle of the bottle is in gradational frosted white.
Ad Campaign of KenzoAmour Eau de Toilette Florale
I received some compliments wearing KenzoAmour Eau de Toilette Florale for its fresh floral aromas. I think KenzoAmour Eau de Toilette Florale is a beautiful, romantic and easy-to-wear fragrance. It achieves a good balance between the citrus floweriness and woody muskiness. It is lightly floral, clean with a gentle musky finish. It has become one of my favorite fragrances that I will see myself wearing for all seasons.
*This sample is provided by Kenzo. However, this review is solely based on my personal opinions after using this product.*
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