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Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Rose Leger - Herve Leger - Review

Rose Leger starts out with a sharp, high pitched rose note. Over time the fragrance softens, sweetens and become more wearable. The rose note seems to blend harmoniously with the fruit notes that begin to emerge, making it quite different from the initial blast. As the middle notes begin to fade, the drydown is very reminiscent of the original's sweet vanilla and sandalwood base.

The falcon is the Herve Leger trademark tall wavy design, this time filled with a light pink juice. I have fallen in love with my Herve Leger bottle, it is one of my favorites in my collection.

5 comments:

Parisjasmal said...

Hi V,

Great review. I want to try this one. I love the Leger bottles too. A while ago, Nordies had an event where they would engrave a word on a bottle of fragrance, but you had to buy a bottle right then and there. I bought Herve Leger and had Parisjasmal and some leaves engraved on it. I love it!

Have a great evening!

Victoria said...

Wow, an engraved Leger bottle would be so lovely! Very cool. I'm working from a mini here, but I think I'll be buying this one.
:O)

Teri said...

mmmmm, I think I have bottle lust!

chaya ruchama said...

If you enjoy the Rosines [particularly Poussiere], would this fill the bill? It sounds quite lovely...

Victoria said...

I don't know Poussiere, but I do love the Rosine line. So yes, I would say in general is is Rosines-ish. :O)