Hypnose Senses

Lancome has brought out a flanker to its popular Hypnose fragrance this fall. Called Hypnose Senses, the main note for this scent is patchouli combined with the Osmanthus flower from China. It’s a floral chypre scent that really warms up on the skin with a touch of honey.

I found that the original Hypnose had a touch of vetiver in it that I didn’t like – something about it doesn’t settle well with my skin, but this new Hypnose is much more digestible and though it’s definitely a winter fragrance because of its heaviness, it’s still easy to wear and reminds me of a warm fireplace.

There are also floral notes of rose in the scent, and the drydown has vanilla and tonka bean along with the honey and patchouli.

50ml retails for $70 and it’s on all Lancome counters this August and is available on Lancome.ca and Shoppers Drug Mart right now.

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3 Responses to Hypnose Senses

  1. Great piece. I wonder if if I could get in trance with this hypnose as well.

  2. Tavia says:

    I didn’t liked so much the old Hypnose, but I hope this Hypnose Senses will smell better. I must go in the shop and test it.

  3. Henna says:

    This one is sweeter and has more vanilla. I like it better, and yeah, Hypnose was just alright for me. I really had to be in the mood to wear it.

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