Givenchy Play for Her – Naturally Seductive

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Fragrance Review

Play for Her was introduced by in 2010, two years after its masculine counterpart, Play, as an fragrance, developed by perfumers and . Given that I have always liked the male version (however never managed to acquire it!), I was curious about this fresh scent, therefore when the opportunity came, my wife helped me with the testing process. Once again, I used some of the envelope samples received from during the last year.

The conclusion is that this fragrance comes as a perfect match for Givenchy Play, in the shape of a joyful feminine fragrance built around the orchid flower as the dominant note and subdued from time to time by the pink pepper accords. Play for Her begins very pleasant, on a combination of peach, sweet pea, bergamot, orange blossom and the aforementioned pink pepper. Then, in approximately 15 to 20 minutes the perfume shifts to a soft floral facet, imbued with orchid and juxtaposed by magnolia, amyris wood and tiare flower notes. The time goes by and following a period of about 5 hours, the composition dries down to a woody base in which the featured notes are: Tonka bean, benzoin, patchouli, sandalwood and musk.

The bottle that holds Play for Her exhibits a very interesting look, thanks to the French designer . The shape that replicates an MP3 player is emphasizing its feminine character with the help of the pink color scheme and the silvery band that wraps it around creates a rhinestone effect. The face selected for the advertising campaign is the Canadian fashion model , who appears in the commercial together with , in an outlook of Paris taken from the . Overall, Play for Her is the ideal day to day perfume for a young woman who feels seductive and natural.

Perfume Details

  • Play for Her by Givenchy is available in 30, 50 and 75 ml Eau de Parfum Spray and complementary products in the range, such as: 100 ml Velvet Body Lotion; the lasting power is average (6 to 10 hours) and the sillage is good.
  • Olfactory Group: Floral Woody Musk
  • For: Women
  • Year Introduced: 2010
  • Perfumers: Emilie Coppermann and Lucas Sieuzac
  • Recommended Wear: Day
  • Dress Code: Casual

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