Monday, April 3, 2017

Rouge Bunny Rouge Muse Eau de Parfum Review–A Complicated, But Compelling Journey of the Senses!

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Behold the bewitching beauty of Muse Eau de Parfum!


If you want to be intrigued and yet slowly seduced, Muse Eau de Parfum from luxury beauty brand, Rouge Bunny Rouge might be compared to stepping through a portal between reality and dreams to enter a world of blissful light revolving around the outskirts of deeper beautiful shadows.  This fascinating woody floral perfume that the company released in 2014 as a part of their Fragrant Confection line was created by perfumer, Nathalie Lorson and is sure to leave its mark.

Muse is a complicated enigma of notes that opens brightly with a fruity bergamot against sweet floral notes of freesia and gardenia.  The feeling is sheer joy like strolling through a flower garden on a perfect summer morning.   The more you explore, the more the landscape seems to change beneath your feet and plunge you further than you ever expected to go, surrounding you with sudden darkness and earthy green dampness.   

As this fragrance warms in the heart, the more you detect the jasmine and moss but almost traces of amber from the note of labdanum setting you on the right path out of this haunting natural beauty that is cast in shadows. 

You want to revel in its sweetness, but the light finally pulls you out of this mesmerizing hold this fragrance has over your senses in the base.  As Muse dries down, you find it impossible not to gravitate toward the inviting warmth once its notes of  musk, ambergris, cedarwood, and oud emerge.

I really liked this perfume because it is such an intoxicating blend.  Those that are thinking about a special fragrance to gift their mother or wife with this Mother’s Day would love how special and sensuous this perfume is so check Muse Eau de Parfum ($129)  out at Rouge Bunny Rouge.  

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