Thursday, October 27, 2016

Rouge Bunny Rouge Chatoyant Eau de Parfum From the Fragrant Confections Collection Review

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Chatoyant is steeped in complex layers and sensual beauty.


Like a captivating vision from your dreams, Rouge Bunny Rouge’s Chatoyant Eau de Parfum, instantly takes hold of your senses to slowly lure you into a magical place full of wonder and awe. Sophisticated and sensual, this woody floral fragrance created by perfumer, Francis Deleamont, launched 2012 as one of the three richly layered, intriguing fragrances that make up their Fragrant Confections Collection.

Chatoyant opens with cool citrus notes of crisp lemon and bergamot iced over floral. As that ice melts in the heart, the tart juice drips over the orchid, jasmine, rose, and lily of the valley, curbing the floral sweetness with a lovely, luminous quality.  

The heart is utterly feminine, romantic, confident, and full of effortless elegance when it blooms to life.  At the same time, it has a delicate velvety quality that evokes tenderness in how it touches you once those notes meld together. 

You find yourself bewitched, almost lost in this special world of where reality and dreams mix.  Yet, the moment this fragrance begins to dry down in the base with sandalwood, cedarwood, musk, and vanilla, it takes on more of a luscious, sexy creaminess that compels you to lose yourself to its inviting warm embrace.

Just as divine as Chatoyant is the gorgeous icy glass falcon with its etching of plants and heavy silver cap that beautifully suits the nature of this perfume.  

I adore Chatoyant ($129) and highly recommend it for yourself or anyone on your holiday gift shopping list because is irresistible and a gem of an oriental eau de parfum!  

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