Reviews and Problems with Yves Rocher Comme une Evidence
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25 May 2014
Summary: I tried it, but it didn't work for me. The lilies were too dominant for me, it was literally all I could smell. Too flowery and quite sharp. It irritated my nose and eyes a little, a problem that I tend to have when I'm wearing scents that are extremely floral, expecially white flowers. One too many sprays would cause a headache.Not a subtle scent at all. This continously invades everyone's personal space.
Excerpt: I have very little experience of Yves Rocher so was slightly surprised when a friend gave me a bottle of their Comme Une Evidence Eau de Parfum; there are other perfumes in the price range I’d have expected her to choose before anything by Yves Rocher , but I love to try new fragrances so it was a welcome gift. The bottle is what I’d call ‘understated’.
Summary: this review is for commeuneevidence intense: although it says intense, its not very intense, really. sillage is very very poor. only I can smell it. lasting power is poor also. in 2 hours its completely gone. I do like the perfume however. its girly,, floral. my mom tried it, and she also said hat it didnt last on her at all. yves rocher could have tried harder. dont buy this perfume.
Summary: i love it, first i like it,second time i test ,it smells so bad ,awful,but the third time,Oh my God,i need to buy this perfume.Very femine,girly ,like a young lady with a luxirious dress .I spray it everytime I go with my boys ,go to bar,dinner...
Summary: I find this a beautiful fragrance for daily use. And the other products like the showergel, deo, bodymilk are very beautiful and identical with the fragrance. In The Netherlands they are realy cheap because YR has often offers.
Summary: I hate to be the dissenting voice but I really really really hated this fragrance. I didn't much like the way it smelled already to begin with as soon as I tried it in the store, it smelled very floral and feminine, and I'm not very much into flowery or feminine scents to begin with. After a while it started giving me a headache, so I had to go and wash it off with a lot of soap.
Summary: I got this perfume for free and I am surprised how much I like it. I don't gravitate towards patchouli scents and this has a bit of patchouli in it, but mainly it's floral I think. It's kind of a fresh, complicated floral fragrance. It is sophisticated. The patch keeps it original. I have been wearing this quite a lot lately and will continue to do so! Good spring fragrance.
Summary: I had high hopes of this because it smells great on a colleague of mine. It is actually very pretty during its heart with a lovely greenness. However, it settles very quickly into a musky, pale rose that loses its liveliness. Pleasant but nothing unforgettable.
Summary: This is the most unpleasant of all Yves Rocher perfumes I know. It is too sumptuous and too powerful for me, in a very disturbing way. The composition, attemting to be a "chypre", lacks coherence and beauty. Annick Ménardo used too much of everything: too much jasmine, too many different musks... and rhubarb. I can't stand rhubard. The components aren't well blended, the whole fragrance is one fine mess to me. Yes, subjective, like always... I know.