Arrived on the market in 2001, one year after its masculine counterpart (XS Extreme), the oriental spicy feminine fragrance was named simply XS Extreme Girl. In charge with the process of development were 2 perfumers: Emilie (Bevierre) Coppermann and Mark Buxton, while the scent was deemed as a limited edition one.
The target group for XS Extreme Girl is represented by the glowing young women, who are both curious and stylish. In spire of the fact that I labeled Paco Rabanne’s olfactory creations as preponderantly masculine, there are a couple of perfumes that worth the shot and XS Extreme Girl could be part of this category. Too bad that it seems discontinued at the time; however, you are still able to find it in some online retailers.
The olfactory pyramid of XS Extreme Girl begins on a gourmand mix that encompasses accords of fresh almonds and pistachio juxtaposed to refreshing notes of mandarin and red fruits. When the scent reaches mid development, the spicy facet kicks in, thanks to the concoction of cinnamon and saffron, which is followed after approximately one hour by a wood base that includes sequoia resin and red cedar, destined to create a burning sensation on your skin.
XS Extreme Girl has taken advantage from its predecessor, and this is also visible at the image’s level, in which the silhouette of XS Extreme was re-interpreted in a way for which the key word is golden. The packaging box features a soft purple color over which there’s printed an oversized name of the perfume.
Paco Rabanne XS Extreme Girl Perfume Details
- XS Extreme Girl by Paco Rabanne is available as Limited Edition in 50 ml Eau de Toilette Spray; the lasting power is below average (1 to 6 hours) and the sillage is good.
- Olfactory Group: Oriental Spicy
- For: Women
- Year Introduced: 2001
- Perfumers: Emilie (Bevierre) Coppermann and Mark Buxton
- Recommended Wear: Day
- Dress Code: Casual