Gucci Guilty Black Eau De Toilette for Her 75ml
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Progressive, innovative and trend-setting – Gucci is a brand that has shaped the fashion world for almost a century. An ambery, floral fragrance, Gucci Guilty For Her Eau de Parfum Intense reveals the bold vibrancy of Mandora notes embraced by a bouquet of Ylang Ylang flowers and empowered by woody nuances of Patchouli.
Its modern, eclectic products represent the pinnacle of Italian craftsmanship and are unmatched in both quality and attention to detail. A distinctive ambery floral accord, Gucci Guilty For Her Eau de Parfum is defined by the light, fresh femininity of lilac petals with a sparkling citrus Mandora twist on a trail of rich and sensual amber notes and Patchouli. Finance is provided by PayPal Credit (a trading name of PayPal UK Ltd, Whittaker House, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond-Upon-Thames, Surrey, United Kingdom, TW9 1EH).Read about this perfume in other languages: Deutsch, Español, Français, Čeština, Italiano, Русский, Polski, Português, Ελληνικά, 汉语, Nederlands, Srpski, Română, العربية, Українська, Монгол, עברית. Longevity is a good 8-10 hours on my skin, I can still smell this even after scrubbing myself vigorously with a loofa and copious amounts of body wash. It's odd - My mom purchased this for me when I was quite young, 7th or 8th grade, as I smelled it during a mother-daughter trip to the mall in Nordstrom and loved it. Due to the fact that I have really enjoyed the Guilt Intense once I have finished that I would consider trying this because I do like this style of perfume Gucci has released and I would like to see how I go wearing it over a long period of time and I do like flankers so there are several reasons for me that I would give it a try but if the mandarine orange didn't bother you in the first one then you could stick to that one this one is very similar.
I love Guilty Intense and I was giddy with excitement trying this because I thought it would be an improvement on Intense, but. Seems like this production really is about the packaging, advertising and media buzz, just as the proportions of the introduction text indicates. It's my chemistry for sure because on the bottle and on her it smells fruity sweet with the warmth of the amber/pink pepper and cozy powdery violet. With the exception of detecting some velvety softness on top of everything somewhere in the dry down faze, just right before it turns into a "plum and black currant jam with vanilla" on my skin. I can see how it can be dismissed as a clean floral, but to me it is very special and it feels posh.Its floral undertone is accentuated with sensual notes of Orange Blossom that fade into a distinctive trail of woody Patchouli. The red berries are definitely there, but very well blended with the sweeter, smoother notes, so they aren't sour or stringent in any way. Top notes are Red Berries and Pink Pepper; middle notes are Raspberry, Lilac, Violet, Peach and Red Currant; base notes are Patchouli, Amber and Caramel. While we strive to provide accurate and helpful information, we cannot guarantee the complete accuracy or reliability of the AI-generated pros and cons. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average.
Very berry, lilac, and violet forward (but not just another candied violet; the berries are the star with lilac as a strong supporting act). It's sweet, but there are some spicy undertones ;) Maybe it's not exactly sexy, but seems like a good scent to wear when going out on a date when you're in your late teens-early 20s. Below you can see the longest potential duration for storage on a device, as set when using the cookie method of storage and if there are any other methods used.To be considered if you have a small collection and you are looking for a fruitchouli where patchouli doesn’t overpower, but if you are a collector with a wide selection, it’ll probably be redundant. Another common scent packaged oh-so-prettily, rather vampy to catch the eye of unsuspecting wallets, a designer name for those that care enough about labels, pretty packaging and the money shall be spent on commonality. I get about 3 hours out of it, although after first hour or so, its mostly skin scent but you can still smell it. It’s sweet and juicy from the berries and peach with powdery violet and lilac and some spice from the pink pepper. But after a while the smell was biginning to unfold and I could smell the sweetest notes like raspberry and pink pepper.
Luckily I have a bottle of the original Guilty which I got in a swap and I'd definitely get another bottle of that when I run out but I wouldn't waste my money on Guilty Black, despite it smelling nice while it lasted! I prefer the original as it didn't try to be sweet and innocent and sultry all at the same time which to me has resulted in missing the boat completely. Right off the bat, this one smells a little like sweet baby powder because of the pepper, violet and lilac, but after a few minutes, the peach is definitely noticeable. The stylish and sophisticated bottle contains classic and modern elements in provocative green and black with a stylized Gucci symbol in the middle. An invigorating Fougère men's fragrance, Gucci Guilty Black For Him Eau de Toilette reveals a seductive scent that opens up on a captivating bouquet of fresh Lavender.The opening reminds me of Alien Fusion with it pink pepper opening with a touch of its Mandarin sweetness. The Guilty Black lovers bring out the most scandalous sides of each other: alone they are magnificent, together irrepressible. Comes on strong, seduces with red berries and molten purple liquid sex, then puts all of its demure lilac clothing on and leaves me abruptly. I adore the raspberry blast at the start but the drydown is very similar (but not completely the same). After a little while I thought it was pleasantly bearable, like in the way of a Guerlain Petite robe Noire or a Black XS or Armani Black Carat.