Diesel Fuel for Life Femme was launched in August 2007, as a fragrant pair that included Fuel for Life Homme, a duo that marked the brand’s new collaboration with L’Oreal. As always, the accompanying marketing campaign was done using compelling images and the theme of a fragrance that draws instantly attention, everything combined under the tagline “Are you alive? Fuel for Life, the fragrance by Diesel. Use with caution.”
The topic of this post, Fuel for Life Femme is a fragrance that belongs to the chypre floral olfactory group and was developed by perfumers Annick Menardo and Thierry Wasser (the masculine counterpart was designed by the same Annick Menardo, who collaborated this time with Jacques Cavallier!). Given that the male version was familiar to me since the time of its launch it was not until last year in summer, when I finally managed to sniff Fuel for Life Femme. On this occasion, I discovered a well done and pleasant scent, with a structure that follows the usual olfactory pyramid, with its top, heart and base notes.
The beginning of Fuel for Life Femme comes as an impetuous blend of mandarin and pink pepper, structured in a way that it literally awakes your senses. After this initial period, the mid development marks the debut of a fruity floral mix, embodied by notes of blackcurrant and jasmine. In the final part, the composition settles and is balanced due to the accords of patchouli and musk. The flacon that contains Fuel for Life Femme is similar to its masculine counterpart, an image that has a vintage look.
Diesel Fuel for Life Femme Perfume Details
- Fuel for Life Femme by Diesel is available in 30, 50 and 75 ml Eau de Parfum Spray; the lasting power is below average (5 to 6 hours) and the sillage is good.
- Olfactory Group: Chypre Floral
- For: Women
- Year Introduced: 2007
- Perfumers: Annick Menardo and Thierry Wasser
- Recommended Wear: Day
- Dress Code: Casual
Diesel Fuel for Life Femme Video Commercial