Excerpt: I love perfumes with notes of tuberose and from research on the web this perfume seemed to warrant a purchase (something I rarely do without smelling on a card and then on my skin). I was not disappointed; Fracas has very strong notes of tuberose and for this reason was a great purchase.
Pros: Draws Compliments, Great Smell, Sensual, Sexy
Excerpt: I first noticed this fragrance on someone else and was so captivated by it that I had to have it. Even though it is not inexpensive the fragrance is worth it. I don't even know how to describe it except that once you are exposed to it you have to have it.
Excerpt: The product is nice.<br /><br />Would you be kind enough to send me a few (NICE) samples of your other new or not so new products PLEASE?<br />It was at one of the stores that I was given a sample of the Fracas Perfume thus I found it to be a good buy but, I would like to sample some of your...
Summary: Fracas was created in 1948 by Germaine Cellier, one of the few female noses working in the male-dominated field of post WWII perfumery. To my mind, Cellier was a legitimate niche perfumer long before the term was even coined, in the sense that her best work (Bandit, Fracas, Vent Vert) appeals to a...
Summary: Fracas is a beautiful white floral, dominated by tuberose. It's a classic scent that's quite feminine. A perfume for a pretty spring dress. If you like the impression of this scent but not the price, try Sand & Sable by Coty which can be found at estate sales & resale shops.
Excerpt: I bought the body lotion for my mother in-law to compliment the perfume. She loves it so much. According to her, the lotion is smooth and absorbed so quickly that it's not sticky. The smell is divine.