Summary: This is a nice, elegant floral. The first sniff is safron and rose, although not the old-fashioned type. After a few minutes, you can smell the green and faint woody notes and it also gives you a rather synthetic vibe. It is generally a demure fragrance that would be suitable for the office, but nothing really exceptional. If I could, I would give it 3,5 lippies. To my perfume-eating skin the staying power is really good. Not full-bottle worthy for me.
Summary: I tried this out after a friend recommended it to me. For the first 30 minutes I had to wrinkle my nose when I smelled my own wrist, as it's pretty overpowering (not in a good way, either). I liked it a bit better after it had settled down a little. I get the fact that this perfume is pretty unique. The spicy and warm character makes it rather sensual. However I just can't bring myself to truly like it on me.
Summary: Lancome is a nice somewhat generic woodsy floral which does not stand out in a world of slightly woodsy florals. On me, I can sense a floral note on first spritz, rose tempered by the slightly spicy/woodsy saffron. On drydown the sandalwood comes out. This doesn't have tremendous sillage. On me, there is very little lasting power. I have to reapply frequently. I expect better sillage from a scent in this price range. Magnifique isn't really "magnifique" to me.
Summary: I tried this on the store one day, and I really liked it. It was a nicy floral/musk mix, and I really liked the smell. I went back and bought the purfume a few days later, and was completely disappointed with the results. At first the fragrance was really strong and overpowering, but after the ride to work, I could barely even smell it. My roommate even complained that it was pretty weak for the price.
Summary: It smells like a new version of tresor... I bougt edp. It is strong. Not suitable for day wear. In the beginning i smelled like my grandma after awhile the smell become more softer. I do not like it.
Summary: An odd quality defines, in my opinion, all Lancome fragrances; they are, at times, both incredibly synthetic-plastic smelling, while also carnal and humanistic. "Tresor" smells like baby dolls and plastic peaches...until it warms into a creamy, hidden skin---the smell of clean, but long-worn lingerie heated beneath a chiffon blouse. "Hypnose" smells like grape punch...until it melts into a salty, creamy skin musk.