Scarlett Cacharel Perfume Review

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Fragrance Review

A perfume dedicated to a movie/book character is no novelty to the perfume industry, except has done it better than any other. Scarlett is intended as a homage to , the feminine heroine from the 1936 iconic novel “Gone with the Wind” of and the 1939 motion picture with the same name, and to actress as well.

Launched in the summer of 2009 and designed by three perfumers: Honorine Blanc, and , Scarlett is a floral woody musk fragrances that does not leave you impassive. Build in contrasts, Scarlett reminds of the and sensuality portrayed by its source of inspiration, Scarlett O’Hara.

The fragrance opens up with accord of pears, tea and Amalfi lemon. Then, as the time goes by, the notes are fading, in order to emerge the heart of this joyful scent composed by white floral accords from jasmine, honeysuckle and African Orange flower. The drydown is reserved for the woody tones, in a combination of sandalwood, white honey and musk. This entire floral symphony is an enchantment for the senses, perfect for a summer day in the park. Scarlet is a very fresh and dynamic fragrance which is appropriate for day to day, casual wear.

The bottle of the perfume is created by and exhibits an interesting shape. The stopper features a white candle with floral adornments, in a disproportionate volume with the bottle, which is transparent, revealing the liquid, which is colored in pink. This image suggest delicacy and something gourmand, the last one probably due to the pinkish color. The announced target group for this fragrance is the young women, between 15 and 25 and if you are fan of floral fruity fragrances, then this should be an excellent choice for your collection.

Scarlett Cacharel Perfume Details

  • Scarlett Cacharel is available in 35, 50, and 80 ml Eau de Toilette Spray and accompanying products in the range such as: 200 ml Body Cream and 150 ml Deodorant Spray; has an average lasting power (6 to 10 hours) and good sillage.
  • Olfactory Group: Floral Woody Musk
  • For: Women
  • Year Introduced: 2009
  • Perfumer: Honorine Blanc, Olivier Cresp and Alberto Morillas
  • Recommended Wear: Day
  • Dress Code: Casual

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