Reviews and Problems with Annick Goutal Quel Amour
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22 September 2013
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...
Excerpt: 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.
Summary: This is a sparkling, fruity-flowery creation which redefines this genre by using a "dynamic" rose and fruit structure. "Quel Amour" seems to be composed of natural ingredients, this is why it does not have the typical artificial smell of all the fruity mainstream-scents on the market.
Summary: Extremely chemical out of the vial, this little frou-frou floral was not an easy test ride for me. It took me a whole week of cautiously unscrewing, sniffing and hastily putting away until I finally decided I had to give it a skin test. On my very warm, olive skin Quel Amour!