Summary: For me, I get the infamous Lemon Pledge (possibly the pepper) opening at the top until it transforms into smooth/beautiful lemon pie and vanilla vibe... BUT! by the time that transition occurs the scent doesn't continue to project enough to cause the ruckus I NEED it to. I can see this shining in the extreme heat but for the price (IF THAT'S AN ISSUE) there are slightly better options. Definitely try, but a no go for the full bottle.
Summary: Smells like orange peels, like those car fresheners you hang in front of your AC. It smells like wet orange peels during the first hour but then it'll smell quite dry, zesty, bitter, and powdery afterwards until it fades away. Projects up to an arm's length for 2 hours and then it'll slowly fade away. Total fragrance life is about 10 hours on skin but it's pretty much a skin scent after the 6th hour. I don't recommend buying it though.
Summary: This scent seems to be simple, but the more i use, the more i see the beauty of the fragrance. When i apply, i feel like im taking a shower of natural lemons, then the creamy notes appeared, and mixed with lemons e some vetiver, turns the smell wonderful, chic, elegant and delicious.
Summary: I've tried this from samples I bought online four or five times on my skin. I really want to like Edition Blanche. But, I can't get past the fact that the lemon is so intense and it is one hundred percent the exact same lemon note that was used in the cleaners my mother used around the house as I was growing up.
Summary: What a wonderful lemod-based fragrance by Chanel! This is one of, if not the best lemon-based scent I have ever smelled and owned. I won't go into the specifics of how this smells, but I must comment on how natural this lemon note smells. So beautiful and so authentic. Some people may think it smells like lemon Pledge, but I'm not one of them.