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I am very positively surprised because I do not like perfume with fruity notes in general. Currants especially reject me, but after a few positive reviews I was tempted and as a fan of aldehyde flowers I say they are very pleasant. They do not irritate me, and what is more, after a dozen or so minutes they are arranged so nicely that I stop feeling them, although when I put my nose to my wrist I feel them. Apparently it's good :). I do not know if I will buy again because I ordered a hundred and will probably last for a long time, but I recommend it. Very natural aroma. Such a typical spring-sunny, but probably not in the heat. Express delivery. Everything is perfect.
The name lalique is associated with the perfection of jewelry, brightness and sparkle of crystals. Before becoming a brand, she was the name of a brilliant artist, jewelry master and glazier rené-julese lalique, who put his passion and creativity into it.
Lalique opened the first jewelry and glass shop in 1905. He created in the Art Nouveau and Art Deco style, playing with natural form - raw material and shape. The perfumer Fracois Coty, impressed by his work, offered him a collaboration that resulted in beautiful glass bottles.
Although the Lalique brand has always been associated with perfumery, the first perfumes under this name did not appear until 1992. Lalique fragrances carry a unique character that combines the attractiveness of the bottles with the exceptional quality of the ingredients used.
Imagine a juicy blackberry, sweet raspberry and blackcurrant cocktail that simply encourages you to taste it. Add petals of wild roses and peonies, a pinch of woody notes and a delicious vanilla. This is exactly what Lalique Amethyst Eau de Parfum is for. Floral, fruity and intoxicating.
A fresh, fruity floral fragrance with woody accords
Suitable for everyday use, especially during the spring and summer months
Bottle inspired by a series of iconic bathing accessories from 1920
The fragrance opens with fruity accords of juicy blackcurrant, sweet raspberries and blackberries. Then come the floral notes of wild rose, tempting peony and ylang-ylang. At the end, warming wood, intoxicating vanilla and unique musk offer velvet caress.
Heart - ylang-ylang, peony, wild roseHead - blackcurrant, blackberry, blackberry leaves, raspberryBase - Musk, Vanilla, WoodFragrance groups - fruity, floral
The Amethyst fragrance is inspired by the "Épines" bath additive series designed by René Lalique in 1920. The decorative ornaments of the iconic Lalique series are also visible on the Eau de Parfum bottle itself. The name, design, color and composition of the fragrance express a combination of natural beauty and precious gems.