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Lolita Lempicka

When it comes to perfume, one of my favourite perfume brand is Lolita Lempicka. The first perfume by Lolita Lempicka was created by Annick Menardo in 1997, but sadly it has been discontinued in 2010 and later re-released as Lolita Lempicka Le Premier Parfum.  In hopes of getting the original version of Lolita Lempicka, I've been diligently searching for a bottle of the older formulation, but Lolita Lempicka has indeed become quite rare and I haven't been able to get my hands on the original version. I ended up purchasing a bottle of Lolita Lempicka Le Premier Parfum from a friendly Carousell seller, who's selling off some of her older perfume collection. I decided to snag it, just to get a whiff of the newer version, and of course to complete my Lolita Lempicka collection. Top Notes  Ivy leaf, Pineapple, Lemon, Rosewood, Sour Cherry, Anise Middle Notes  Lily of the valley, Rose, Jasmine, Iris, Violet, Licorice Base Notes  Sweet Almond, Heliotrope,

Tiffany & Co Eau de Parfum Intense

I've seen rave reviews on this perfume but somehow I never thought of trying it out, thinking it'll be another sweet, sticky syrupy scent. I do however had the chance to try out a tester of the Tiffany & Co debut perfume, which is a citrusy fresh scent that unfortunately has a really weak sillage and the iris in it smells a little too dry and soapy on me, which I really detest 😂

As I am currently in the midst of indulging myself in powdery scents, I've been doing a little research on some of the best powdery scents and Tiffany & Co Eau de Parfum Intense is listed as one of them. So I decided to try out a miniature bottle of it.


Top Notes 
Pink Pepper, Mandarin Leaf, Pear

Middle Notes 
Iris, Jasmine, Rose

Base Notes 
Amber, Benzoin, Musk, Carrot, Cashmeran, Vanilla


Tiffany & Co Eau de Parfum Intense somehow has a cool, citrusy, fresh green opening, with a strong iris scent that slowly turns into a musky, sweet floral blend with amber and vanillic drydown. The scent gets cozier and warmer the longer you wear it. Though it has medium sillage and doesn't projects that far, it does last longer than the previous  Tiffany & Co Eau de Parfum, and others might easily caught whiff of it as you walked pass by.

A classic and elegant scent, though a little bit old school and understated, it's perfectly suited  for those who are into powdery, musky floral scents.


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