Reviews and Problems with Yves Saint Laurent Cinema
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Summary: At first sniff, I was expecting so much more based on the reviews... That was "at first sniff"... After a few moments, the notes blossom beautifully. There is a warm flower escorted by a wash of vanilla almond and amber. There is also a tiny pop of citrus but if you didn't look at the notes, you could mistake it for a fresh highlight. I must say, the scent feels a bit familiar to another but I can't place it.
Summary: What gentleness, what irradiance! Liquid gold that embraces your body and merges with you. Very rich and full-bodied, yet delicate aroma. Indispensable in cold and gloomy weather. Lifts your mood and makes you feel like a real lady.
Summary: If you are expecting something thrilling or theatrical-- cinematic in a word, you will be disappointed. Cinema is a mild blend of mimosa on a vanilla amber base with a touch of spice. Cozy, quiet, and easy to wear, this fragrance seems more suited to every day life than glamorous movie premieres.
Summary: OK !note to self :don't stick nose into wrist immediately after spray if u don't want to get a wallop of alcohol.that being done ,for a few seconds i got nothing.after that spicy notes that reminded me of Revlon She that i had a decade ago.it was right next to my skin so i thought: no sillage and went on with my errands.i had to walk quite a lot as parking was at a distance ,when a pleasant amber smell hit me and followed me all into the evening.in the morning i got a...
Summary: Not nice.....cheap smelling even, vanilla dominant. Also it is very linear, one scent dominates and its the most boring fragrance ever. A disappointment from YSL, the best one was Sensi. There is no justice comparing Cinema to Sensi, thats just unfair!
Summary: Sickeningly sweet vanilla almond cut with a whole lot of scratchy, artificial musk/woods. There's something like bitter orange baby asprin in there too, probably the vanilla mixed with the remnents of the orange open. The realistic clementine top note and mimosa are the only good elements of this. They should bottle that. The musk is the same metallic laundry nightmare that's ubiquitous in cheapo kiddie clothing store fumes like Hollister and American Eagle.
Summary: I absolutely love this perfume, it is my all time favourite. I first discovered this perfume when I went to Dubai for my 18th Birthday; every time I met up with my cousins I kept smelling this beautiful smell until eventually I asked for the name. I told my cousin that I loved it so much and needed to purchase one ASAP. So as a leaving gift she got it for me I literally screamed with joy when I opened it.
Summary: This is a lovely fragrance. It lasts on the skin for ages and I like the way it evolves over time - from a sweetish floral to amber and delicate musk and I'm left with a gorgeous powdery vanilla. Very elegant and sophisticated.