Monday, April 2, 2018

Perfume Glossary: Cristalle - Diva

Cristalle. Cristalle was created for Chanel by the legendary perfumer Henri Robert. If you love the outdoors, you will love Cristalle. It opens with a fresh citrus, however don’t underestimate it’s middle notes of honeysuckle, jasmine and iris. If you’re looking for a scent that will take you to the French countryside, Cristalle is your choice.

Curve. One of Liz Claiborne’s most popular fragrances, Curve is a popular daytime wear. Curve is a blend of citrus, water lily and sandalwood. Curve is an uplifting fragrance, the perfect pick me up for those ho-hum days.

Curve Crush. Curve Crush is a 2003 update of Curve by Liz Claiborne. Soft and flirty, Curve Crush is a floral, fruity fragrance that celebrates the innocence of a first love. Curve Crush is the perfect anytime or signature scent, because it’s clean and fresh and won’t overpower. Celebrate your fun personality with this popular perfume!

Daisy. Simple and charming is the best way to describe Daisy by Marc Jacobs. It’s top notes include strawberry (yum), violet and jasmine. Daisy is another popular creation of Alberto Morillas, a perfume that is uplifting and pure. Daisy is unique with wild berries and yet makes the perfect everyday scent.

Daisy Dream. From Marc Jacobs, Daisy Dream swaps the strawberry for blackberry. Daisy Dream is more light than the original Daisy, with other top notes including pear and grapefruit. It’s a fragrance that lingers, with finishing notes of white woods, coconut and musk. Daisy Dream will draw them in and invite them to stay.

David Yurman. David Yurman’s self-titled original fragrance will last all day long and attract many positive compliments. Those who become fans are those who struggle to find a signature scent. Launched in 2008, David Yurman’s top notes include mandarin, currant leaf and petals. With middle notes of floral and musk.

Dazzling Gold. Dazzling Gold was created by Estee Lauder in 1998. Although lavish, Dazzling Gold is an excellent choice for office-workers. It’s refreshingly flowery, with top notes of passion flower and fig leafs, raspberry and apple. Dazzling Gold is a great all seasons perfume and a scent that holds in any occasion.

Dazzling Silver. Who says silver isn’t as good as gold? Estee Lauder proves it with Dazzling Silver, released along with Dazzling Gold in 1998. Dazzling Silver, like its sister scent is another great option for the office. Dazzling Silver is a blend of summery flowers, lily and green florals. Sub notes of ginger and amber provide an elegant touch.

Desire. Desire, by Dolce & Gabbana, is described by many as a sexy scent for the winter months. Its top notes include mandarin, lychee, bergamot and lily of the valley. Jasmine, caramel and plum make up the middle notes. Desire is rounded off with bottom notes of sandalwood and musk.

Diva. Diva is the first perfume for women by Emanuel Ungaro. The popular French designer launched Diva in 1983. Created by Chanel perfumer Jacques Polge, Diva shys away from the definition of prima donna. Instead Diva the perfume embraces the Italian definition of the word, “goddess.” Top notes of rose and citrus dominate this classic fragrance. Fleshy bottom notes of vanilla, iris and sandalwood help finish this fragrance nicely.

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