Reviews and Problems with Chanel Coco Mademoiselle
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12 January 2014
Summary: This fragrance smells gorgeous, just gorgeous. Very unique and stands out. When you smell it you know it's Coco Mademoiselle. Unfortunately on me it doesn't last. After about 10 minutes it starts to fade and by 20-30 minutes it's so faint.
Summary: I have really mixed feelings about this fragrance. It over powers me a little bit and I smell a somewhat masculine undertone to it. I have gotten compliments while wearing this but not to the extent that I would like :) So I think I'll stay away from this perfume in the future.
Summary: Originally received this as a gift from Boston Store. Long staying power about 5-8 hours for me. This used to be my go to perfume. After using it for about 2 years, it no longer captivates me. The initial bloom of orange blossoms smells like synthetic oranges to me now. Gives me a headache sometimes. I did receive many compliments. My recommendation is to buy a small bottle. It is verrry strong. So one spray or 2 max will do.
Summary: When Coco Mademoiselle EDP was first launched, I remember the exact spot and moment at Belk where the sales associate sprayed it on me. I went crazy for it -- I thought it was so incredible. Then after it dried down, I circled back to Belk and bought the 3.4oz EDP. I HAD to have this awesome perfume. Coco Mademoiselle then immediately shot to the #1 place in my collection. I wore my new Coco Mademoiselle EDP nonstop for 3 weeks (unheard of for me).
Summary: Smells pretty good, but I'm not quite in love. (I tried the EDP version.) I will look for the EDT next time I'm at the perfume counter. Perhaps I wasn't quite as wowed because I tried Marc Jacobs Dot the same day, which is an intoxicating, young fragrance. Update, I tried the EDT today, not impressed. It's strange because I thought Coco Mademoiselle smelled so good when I first tried it years ago.
Summary: If I had to title this review, I'd title it "Ms. Not Enough Personality". I smelled this perfume at Ulta a little earlier today. I swatched it on freshly showered, bare wrist before smelling anything else. Let me just interject here and say I really REEEEALLY want to LOVE this perfume. I love the ad campaign. I love Keira Knightely. I love florals and I hate that Justin Beiber loving, middle school smell.
Summary: This is a quality chypre fragrance for sure. It is robust and lasts all day, even weeks, if sprayed on a coat or something that isn't laundered. But despite it's class and complexity, it isn't a pleasant smell. It has no sexual prowess or sensuality. It would be good to wear while sitting the bar exam or attending a women's rights campaign, perhaps.
Summary: The lovely middle notes are worth the 15 minutes wait until the sinus-blowtorching Glade®-grade citrus blasts clear up, but I won't be repurchasing, not with that price tag. 3 and a half lippies, rounded down to 3 (why can't we have half-lippies?