Reviews and Problems with Annick Goutal Quel Amour
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Summary: Quel Amour surprised me. I LOTHE peony normaly. And I'm not a fan of pomegranate neither Annick Goutal creations in general. But this! It's so soft, juicy, cheerful and creamy! The pomegranate is dominant and totally delicious, mixed perfectly with soft white florals. Pure joy with no sharp edges. And not much projection, unfortunately. A happy perfume that's not childish.
Summary: The combination of rose, peony, & peach sounds really appealing. But I've tried two different carded samples of this, and all I get is medium-grade rose oil and not even a particularly long-lasting one.I know that there are many musks that someone people smell strongly and others can't detect, but have no idea how my nose is missing the peach and peony here.
Summary: I am a bit of a Goutal fan and haven't met a fragrance in the line that I really dislike. A few I wouldn't buy again, but nevertheless I've managed to finish the bottle. I didn't try this one for years because so much has been written about it being a 'fruity floral' (used disparagingly) and pink-smelling and young. Well, I'm glad I finally tried it, because I don't find it to be any of those things.
Summary: I bought Quel Amour! a couple of years ago which I wear when I go out or special occasions ..or when I'd like to feel more beautiful. It's like a red lipstick in a bottle. I feel like it's a balance of fruity and floral that's elegant and playful at the same time. It did remind me of my mum's dressing table where, as a kid, I often sneaked in when she's at work to try her lipsticks and blushes on.
Summary: The perfect combination of peach and powder with cherry and pomegrante thrown in. I generally don't care for fragrances with any powdery notes as they tend to smell a little 'old' for my age, but this one is done beautifully. I wore it to my sister's wedding and felt it was pefect for the occasion. Very warm and sensual, but as other reviewers have said, the lasting power is disappointing. N.B. This review is for the EDT.
Summary: i collect goutal fragrances and most of them have unique and strange scents that you grow to love.....with quel amour i didnt have to grow to love it...it is the fruity and sweet fragrance i have been looking for that isnt over the top 'i smell like fruit loops' scent. i like cacharel amor amor even, i think it is loud but fun..........this is a more mature and subtle fruity smell with the classic goutal powder scent behind the whole fragrance.
Summary: It begins with a sharp peach/pomegranet bite and then mellows into a bit of geranium and rose, some of each. But, the final dry down on me atleast is gorgeous peony, as I have not found it in any other perfume. It doesnot last all day as is the usual thing with Annick Goutal perfumes but one can't resist from keep on going back to sniff the perfume at the wrist. It is in the end a subtle flora fragrance, and above all is unique.