Reviews and Problems with Annick Goutal Les Nuits D'Hadrien
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19 August 2014
Summary: On first application Les Nuits d'Hadrien smelled a bit like musty celery but after sniffing my wrist repeatedly over the course of the next hour or so, the weird thing is...I really liked it. (The boyfriend though it smelled like soy sauce). It didn't change much over the course of the evening, except that maybe it became softer and ever so slightly sweeter. For me it seems very much a skin scent, and maybe something for those unexpectedly grey, rainy summer days.
Summary: This one is for lemon lovers. Looking at the rich colours of the packaging and mysterious name, I guess I was expecting a love child of Eau d'Hadrien and Fleurs d'Oranger. Wrong. This is, on my skin, greener than Eau d'Hadrien, perhaps because it has some herbs which add depth to the radiant, luscious lemons of the opening. I can smell some tarragon (?) and some basil, but caraway, cypress and others are lost on me.
Summary: Item came quickly and in good condition. After traveling with it, however, I noticed that some had spilled on my clothing. I don't know if the bottle was defective (the packaging looked authentic), or if the cap had loosened in transit.
Summary: Sometimes people rub us the wrong way when we first meet them, and perfumes can do the same. This happened to me with LES NUITS D'HADRIEN. For whatever reason, I just did not process this perfume when I first wore it. I had picked up a small tester with cap scent unsniffed from a discounter, which seemed like a safe enough gamble: I love EAU D'HADRIEN, and I admire and respect the house of Annick Goutal. What could go wrong?
Summary: I had a sample of this fragrance for two years. I sniffed it and the fragrance was lovely, not overpowering. Made for a child but great for a woman who wants to smell like it's her, not the product wearing her! The price is fair for the size and packaging.