Reviews and Problems with Paco Rabanne Ultraviolet Woman
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For the Grown Modern Woman
2 May 2014
Summary: To me, Paco Rabanne has mastered the non-sugary, non-heavily-animalic modern scent for grown women. Like Metal, Ultraviolet is another winner with its lovely osmanthus heart, made interesting and fresh by paprika and pimento. A light touch of ambergris and vanilla in the base gives it warmth. This is a truly beautiful light scent for spring and summer. It projects and lasts enough so you feel like you're wearing perfume instead of a skin scent.
Summary: Unisex, unusual and abstract, Ultraviolet is a cool, green, peppery blend of osmanthus and violets. The pepper is hit and miss for me in perfumes, but in this composition it is played well with other notes. Interesting combination indeed. It has cool and relaxing vibe which makes it a great perfume for spring and summer time. The pepper is a bit overpowering at first, but then the composition settles into a nicely balanced scent of osmanthus with slight hint of violets.
Summary: I smell the tester of this perfume on the counter and loved the scent, but it was sold out, so I bought it on amazon. However, the item received is totally different from what I smell on the counter. Its smell is odd, like shoddy perfume.
Summary: HG. I don't know what so say about Ultraviolet......it's MY scent! I've been wearing it since i was a teenager, and now i'm in my mid 20's. I don't know how to describe it, because i can't be subjective with it! I'll throw some random description words here and cross my fingers that i make sense, because i think this perfume's ingredients are blended so well, in such a harmony, that make it very hard to describe it: definitely oriental, flowery(violet!