Reviews and Problems with Guerlain L'Heure Bleue
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16 June 2015
Summary: I am not sure how to describe this golden juice. There are almost no main notes that I like listed in this fragrance, but I absolutely love it! There is also carnation that is one of the few notes that I really dislike! But yet, this is magic to me.
Summary: I'm testing out my sample of EDP and it was love at first spray! So amazing; indescribably beautiful, really. It's what you imagine the most beautiful woman in a Victorian or Belle Epoque painting to smell like; how angel wings would smell. Haunting, romantic, feminine.
Summary: this is for the EDT. l'heure bleu is that magical hour when it is neither day nor night, my favourite time of day... trying a perfume created in 1912, i set myself up for disappointment or at least me feeling quite sure i would not be able to fully understand, appreciate, or relate to it in the way...
Summary: I was recently fortunate enough to receive three different formulations of L’Heure Bleue. I began with the EDP. I found it extremely powdery with an Ivory soap note. And that was it. I’m sure it develops into more, but I also found that I grew anosmic to it very quickly.
Summary: I'm wearing L'Heure Bleue and I'm thinking how things change. I used to consider it a sad and melancholic perfume, one that I enjoyed but wasn't comfortable wearing. Time and trial made me enjoy it for what it is. A glorious ode to a feeling. One so strong that only a perfume could capture it.
Summary: I REALLY wanted to love L'heure Bleue, and gave it a couple of attempts, but it just doesn't work for me. On me it starts out almost pure charcoal - reminds me of hubby's lapsang souchong tea, which personally I dislike. It soon mellows and sweetens and after a few hours turns truly beautiful...
Summary: My introduction to Gurlain started with Samsara. I love sweet, complicated fragrances. I read everything about this perfume house. Before I was a Chanel fan. But I have a problem I don't want to smell like everyone around me. I want to be unique.
Summary: This starts out with a expanse of heliotrope that's flanked by powdery peach-like chords strung up over a balmy vanilla base. It’s politely proportioned for heliotrope—a note that can smother you without batting an eye.
Summary: This fragrance like Mitsouko, Nahema, Chamade... is so complex and unique that those who haven't learned to appreciate it will probably find it quite off-putting. I've heard bathroom freshener, old lady, and just plain yuck, which I suppose is understandable to a degree, ingredients in classics have...