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Sunday, August 24, 2014

French Kiss c2014

French Kiss by Guerlain: launched in October 2014. Created by Thierry Wasser as an homage to the successful KissKiss lipstick range, which is celebrating it's 20th anniversary this year. French Kiss joins the Les Elixirs Charnels collection of haute fragrances. In keeping the with the feminine lipstick theme, the juice is colored a beautiful shade of pink, which contrasts beautifully against the silver trim of the bottle.

So what does it smell like? It is classified as a sparkling and "glossy" floral fruity fragrance for women, with dominant notes of vanilla, litchi and heliotrope.
  • Top notes: aldehydes, litchi, raspberry
  • Middle notes: rose, violet, heliotrope
  • Base notes: white musk, vanilla, orris

Available as:

  • 75ml Eau de Parfum (€185)

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