Summary: To my nose Magnifique is "tangy rose and spiced ashes"; an interesting mix of darkness and light, sweetness and dirt. In fact, I see it as a gothic-lolita scent because of the contrasting elements in it. I'm not a fan of rose fragrances in general, so it was really the uniqueness and the gutsiness of the smoky saffron-caraway-nargamota combo that hooked me in. It seems to work in both cool and warm weather, and is quite linear.
Summary: Light soft floral scent with a hint of eastern spice... at least that is what my nose picks up. Great for everyday ware, though not what I call a special evening scent when you really want to stand out. Still its an absolute staple in my cosmetic bag.
Summary: i got this for half price when i purchase a fragrance for my boyfriend for his birthday and i really like this,it is a warm spicy scent which i dont usually wear but there is this lovely floral sweetness to it that makes so feminine and lovely it really is a great pefume to wear if you wanna feel sexy and girly,i think that this along with tresor is the best lancome fragrance
Excerpt: Warm, sensual, very persistent, enveloping. During the day, changing its flavor, becoming thinner and almost not noticeable to me, but produces a great effect on others.<br />For me it is very important not to overdo it when applied otherwise the effect can be repulsive.
Summary: To me, this is a really unique fragrance in the sense that it's spicy without feeling dated, and classy without being too grown-up. The top note is saffron, which gives it a sharp spicyness: It manages to be both fresh and warm at the same time. After the saffron comes the rose, which makes it womanly in a lovely way without being clichéed or sweet. This is not a "soft" fragrance, not is it a "pretty" one.