Reviews and Problems with Chanel Coco Mademoiselle
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Coco Mademoiselle Perfume by Chanel
patofgold23, REVIEW STREAM
3 days ago
Excerpt: After all the good things I heard about this perfume , I decided to buy it and try for myself. The perfume is a little expensive, and I almost didn’t want to pay $86 for a 1.7 oz. (50 ml.) of Coco Mademoiselle . It was already on sale because it usually sells for $110, but I feel weary throwing out that much money for a scent. But then, I wanted to get myself a good perfume so I went on and bought it anyway.
Excerpt: I received my first bottle of Coco Mademoiselle by Chanel for my 16th birthday. The rectangular case was simple but elegant and when I sprayed the first dose of its magic on myself, it smelt amazing. Like the bottle, the fragrance is simple and sophisticated, with a dose of quiet seduction. I like to wear Coco during the day while I am doing errands, going to class, or going to work. It is simply the perfect scent to carry.
Excerpt: When you hear the word ‘ Chanel ’, it’s just natural to picture glamor, sophistication and the term ‘extremely expensive’. And yes, while all that is true, the other adage that springs to mind is: you get what you pay for. In the case of their perfume line, all of the above is par for the course.
Summary: Fresh, fruity....energizing in some sense....suited for a young lady who remains active and in an upbeat state of mind throughout the day. If you are still a college girl inside then give this a try. Don't even bother trying if you are suit and meetings kind of a person. Just what I got from this !!
Summary: Don't hate me for what you are about to read. I bought this perfume just yesterday and I must admit, I didn't like it at all. I am 25 and live in the tropics (India) . I don't know what is special about this perfume. I quite dislike it. I wanted to like ot after reading all the positive comments but that failed to happen. I mean , its a CHANEL for heaven's sake, It has to be extraordinary but honestly and sadly, it didn't impress me even a bit.
Summary: I have the Coco Mademoiselle EDP and I have to say that the parfum and EDP are two different things. Twins, yes, but not quite the same. The good thing is: both are lovely. By lovely, I mean, really, really lovely, and there's a reason why Coco Mademoiselle is hugely popular. Anyway, if you have the EDP, chances are you're used to smelling the citrus notes first before it turns into a sweeter dry-down.
Summary: MmmmMmmmMmmm. I love this perfume in the edp, edt, and, pure oil form. This is like luxury in a bottle. You feel as if you're rich with maid servants and lots of men and they all beckon unto your voice. Your presence wont be left unknown, they follow every step behind you. It smells very expensive, sweet, fresh, yet feminine and the best thing for me it last all day. This is not a young girly fragrance unless you are mature enough to wear it.
Summary: Mmm this perfume is so lovely. I first experienced CM when I was about 10, and my mum took me to London for holidays. We stayed at mums friends house, and she wore CM. There was a bottle of it perched up on her white bookcase. She smelled amazing every time she walked past. I decided to revisit CM 6 years later, and oh my. It's still amazingly beautiful. I didn't have a lot of money, so I went ahead and bought the 50mL of the EDT.