Reviews and Problems with Kenzo L'Eau Par Kenzo Woman
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29 May 2014
Summary: I knew this have for men and women. I love both. I bought the men's for my bf. It's not too strong. I'm in love the scent that he has. I couldn't image other perfume on him. Currently I bought a women's which limited edition names-"mirror edition". I love the scent. Even my aunt also like the scent.
Summary: Wow! L'Eau Par Kenzo is one of my top favorite perfumes of all time! I have loved it for years. It is the best perfume in the world to wear during a hot summer and I would reach out for it every summer too. It is one watery fragrance that smells lovely, light, natural and summery continuously even though the staying power is weak/mild to moderate.
Summary: Fresh, floral and summery. Love this scent. Lasts pretty long and you don't need much to make a statement (good thing too, it's on the pricey side). I also like Bath and Body Works' scents like Sweet Pea and Carried Away (also fresh fuity/floral scents), but they just don't have that staying power. If these kind of scents are up your alley, L'eau Par Kenzo will probably be a hit for you...and you won't have to reapply it every hour (B&BW and I have a love hate thing).
Summary: I originally bought this perfume as a gift for my sister and she absolutely loved it. But I just couldn't stop thinking about it! I like scents that are clean and fresh, I am always looking for that "just came out of the shower and wearing fresh clothes" smell. I just can't stand any heavy fragrances on me. Kenzo flower has a light, lovely smell.
Summary: The product is absolutely adorable, it smells different in different weather conditions, as the humidity and temperature reveals new notes of this wonderful eau. First you smell water lily and grass, in 10-15 minutes bamboo freshness adds some slightly sour taste and dilutes the sweetness of the lily, the last starts to disappear, but ... well you will hear it again, in a couple of hours.And as for now... you feel a hint of mint, lilac and a glimpse of pepper.