Reviews and Problems with Guerlain La Petite Robe Noire
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25 January 2015
Summary: Usually I don't tolerate fruity notes in perfumes, but this one is well done and I do love the dark cherry in it. It's well-executed, distinctive enough , fun and young without being for little girls. Good as an everyday fragrance.
Summary: This eau de parfum is a nice blend of black cherry and leather. At first sniff, I didn't know how I felt about it. Repeatedly trying it made me realize I did love it, once it's on my skin and set. To some it may be too sweet and people have said it smells like artificial cherry syrup. It's definitely cherry and sweet, and so girly and long lasting. 2 sprays will linger on your skin for hours.
Summary: This perfume is so easy and uplifting! Sometimes this is all we need or want. It's sweet but not cloying, and fun. The notes are red fruit, patchouli and something like cotton candy, I like the red fruit the best, for it reminds me of black cherry, which I adore. It really is a happy perfume. I didn't give it a five star for it's not a masterpiece perfume, but rather an easy to like one.
Summary: This is definitely a cherry/berry perfume, make no mistake about it. I do not get the comparison to Lolita Lempicka. Although the cherry/berry is prominent, it smells more of a cough syrup or Nyquil rather than food. LPRN is a mish-mash of notes, smells a bit like you went to the department store and tried everything on. It is deeper, darker and more mature than most berry scents and is most suitable for winter.
Summary: I didn't really like the original LPRN Eau de Parfum, I thought the cherry was too dark and the licorice too strong. At Sephora I noticed they had a different bottle for this Guerlain fragrance, very cute, transparent and pink, turned out to be the new Eau de Toilette, tried it, loved it right away. It's uplifting, fun, airy, light yet has its own personality, it's young but not too girly.