www.testfreaks.com

Reviews, reviews, reviews...

Guerlain-l-heure-bleue-edt.33770356
9.2 out of 10

Guerlain L'Heure Bleue

Best Price at Amazon

Reviews and Problems with Guerlain L'Heure Bleue

Showing 1-10 of 500

User Review

endge, fragrantica.com
1 week ago
  • Summary: Only this: Mitsouko Guerlain + Infusion d'Iris L'Eau d'Iris Prada = L'Heure Bleue Guerlain.
  • Read full review

User Review

nero77, fragrantica.com
16 December 2014
  • Summary: A thing of beauty... is a joy forever. L'Heure Bleue is really a perfume unlike any other. You sometimes have to ask yourself if a perfume is still being made over a century after it was first launched then it really must be quite something, in order to still be able to captivate hearts & minds.
  • Read full review

User Review

eaudeparfum, fragrantica.com
16 December 2014
  • Summary: I recently had a bottle of l'heure blue given to me in a gold box tatty. It was meant to be new but amazonuk it came from USA 1 month later.
  • Read full review

User Review

Dimitra79, fragrantica.com
16 December 2014
  • Summary: The truth is that it does remind me of bathroom freshener or something like that, like other reviewers commented...but it is a wonderful smell. Romantic, deep, different. I have the Edt edition and I love it, but it's not an everyday perfume for me. I don't find it melancholic, not at all, but I do find it old-fashioned, which means that I'm still searching for a way...to wear it and feel absolutely comfortable with it! I'm very glad to have it anyway. It's unique.
  • Read full review

User Review

deadidol, fragrantica.com
16 December 2014
  • 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. Here, it’s attenuated by dabs of saffron and violet with any remaining space filled in by docile resins.
  • Read full review

User Review

tkomaigo77, fragrantica.com
16 December 2014
  • 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 been used widely and consistently in detergents, air fresheners, personal hygiene products BECAUSE THEY SMELL GOOD. Having said that, I love this fragrance.
  • Read full review

User Review

malinkonija, fragrantica.com
16 December 2014
  • Summary: I have an edt version. If melancholy could be smelled, it would smell like l'heure bleue. The one reason why I am not wearing this every day is because I find it too mature for me. The second reason is that melancholy could be my second name, as my nickname here, on this site. I don't want it to became my first one.
  • Read full review
Overall 10
10

User Review

unicornchasing, makeupalley.com
21 November 2014
  • Summary: This is dreamy, very definitely Paris at dusk. I try to think of something more original to compare it to, but there is nothing else. The first time I put it on I said "I feel like I'm living in the most beautiful dream". I have heard the vintage formula is better which I can believe as this one is very powdery & has room to be more complex, but I love it anyway. It's the perfect scent for softness...
  • Read full review

User Review

t4x3, fragrantica.com
16 October 2014
  • Summary: I missed my chance with this perfume. I should have had a bottle when I was single and wild on the streets of New Orleans. It smells like Cafe du Monde's beignet's covered in powdered sugar mixed with a blooming Garden District yard. Or a bakery next to a flower shop. One sniff and I am transported back to my grandmother's dressing table where I would sneak sniffs of her perfumed powder leaving me with a telltale white tipped nose.
  • Read full review

User Review

Jerrythecat, fragrantica.com
16 October 2014
  • Summary: Being a Guerlain fan and having the upmost respect for the Guerlain House, I have been waiting for months in anticipation to buy this perfume masterpiece to complement my Guerlain collection: Shalimar, Shalimar Parfum Initial and Mitsouko. I have no interest in the Guerlain male versions, as I find them too linear and lacking of mystery (maybe apart from Habit Rouge).
  • Read full review
Next page >>