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Sunday, August 30, 2015

La Petite Robe Noire Hair Mist c2014

La Petite Robe Noire Hair Mist by Guerlain: launched in 2014. Created by Thierry Wasser.






From Guerlain:
"Carried everywhere, I am your everyday secret weapon.
Heads turn as I go past.
I adorn the hair in a deliciously scented veil.
I am La Petite Robe Noire hair mist. 
 
Fresh Floral.
Fresh, delicate, swirling. 
 
In the first wink, a bouquet of rose, jasmine and orange blossom takes flight to a delicate melody. The second twirl takes place as cherry, apple and blackcurrant enter the stage, refreshed by explosive green notes. Finally, white amber temptations are revealed and a cloud of white musks envelops the ensemble in a cosy halo."

 So what does it smell like? It is classified as a fruity floral hair fragrance mist for women.
  • Top notes: sour cherry and blackcurrant
  • Middle notes: rose, jasmine, orange blossom, and green notes
  • Base notes: white musk and white amber


It is available in the following:

  • 30 ml 

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