Hermessence Muguet Porcelaine Hermes Perfume for women and men Review (2016 perfume):
The house of Hermès has launched a new unisex perfume in the selective Hermessence collection entitled Muguet Porcelaine in 2016. This composition is inspired by the combined delicacy and power of the scent of lily-of-the-valley. The choice of subject, lily of the valley, was something of a surprise, to me at least. There is something nostalgic in Muguet Porcelaine, a tender lily of the valley.
Hermessence Muguet Porcelaine Perfume Scent Descriptions and Notes:
• Top notes: Green notes and pear;
• Middle notes: Lily-of-the-valley, hedione and neroli;
• Base notes: White musk and animal notes
My experience with the perfume:
Muguet Porcelaine unseals up with an attractive air of LILY OF THE VALLEY. It is green, fresh and cheerful. It is cool cologne at the beginning. Nevertheless, as it warms on my skin, magic initiates to unfold and it feels as if the sun is glancing through the sunshade to warm up the blanket of blossoms wrapping the woodland flooring. The reminiscence of snuffling a spray of lily of the valley dawdles and gradually weakens. It is subtle and sophisticated cologne just like the flowers themselves– quite delicate and dewy in impression.
From one side there are the harsh green floral facades of muguet but they’re contrasted to a garden-fresh and somewhat sweet melon note. This opens something fresh enough to grip my attention while still not ensuing excessively weird. In fact, it’s very pleasant. This makes it flawless for all seasons.
The packaging is gorgeous, resembling water-like lily-of-the-valley masterpiece which I find green, pure and stunning. I must stress that this is made in a very clear, pure and sheer style. It feels like standing in a pasture with opulent emerald green meadow drizzly from the seasonal rain. Strikingly gorgeous!
The name “Muguet Porcelaine” was selected to signify the feebleness, fugacity and fragility of the fragrant outline of the forests flower. The bamboo green cap is destined to propose the scent of the verdures of the flower.
Sillage and Longevity:
One slight spray persisted for quite some hours on my wrist. The smell is powerful and divine; I do like sillage and longevity. In addition, it persists unbelievably well on me. You can still feel it quite noticeably even after 16 hours! Incredible indeed!! If you desire for a lily of the valley with some grave sillage, you must undoubtedly try it!
Check out some of the likes and dislikes that I’ve felt about this fragrance in nutshell:
• Lovely, subtle, fresh, sublime and moist lily-of-the-valley! I love Hermessence Muguet Porcelaine! It is so fragrant, fresh, beautiful, and makes me feel indulgent, mild and feminine. It’s out-and-out heaven in a bottle for me.
• The opening notes of a bizarre muguet and melon combo are fairly intriguing. It actually works for me!
• As typical with Hermessence, the perfume dwindles very soon.
When all is said and done, I would conclude that this perfume is ideally the lily of the valley. After the top notes fades away, it stops happily snuggled in its foliage. The general upshot seems to incorporate the entirety of the dew-soaked lawn, as such; it feels pleasing, casual, sparkling, and blatantly feminine. As it claims to be a unisex perfume, men can equally give it a try. As you’d imagine, it is a pure fragrance, with a light base, and works preeminent when applied generously.