Lancome Magnifique

I loved this perfume, but I don’t know if I still have it.  Need to declutter my perfume collection!

Take a look:

The beautiful bottle that you see below is for Lancome’s fragrance, Magnifique. The bottle itself is heavy glass that really does have connotations of class and luxury and the brew contained therein lives up to its name!
Magnifique is a gorgeous blend that has the rose as its star ingredient which is fitting because the rose is Lancome’s signature flower. The rose in this one is sweeter thanks to the addition of saffron, but the fragrance remains a great one for the fall because of a smoky essence thanks to the Nagarmota, an Indian wood that makes this an unusual fragrance.

The scent’s face is Anne Hathaway, who was lovely in Devil Wears Prada. Ever since I saw that movie, I couldn’t think about Paris without thinking about her, and it seems that I’m not the only one.

Check out the advertising image with Ms. Hathaway and the accompanying commercials you’ll be seeing on television and on the Internet will take place on a dark Parisian night.

It’s a sweet rosy floral that reminds me of a rose-flavoured drink that I had a long time ago, but it’s not candy-sweet or old-lady floral. At the same time, I love it, my mother loves it, and anyone who smells me loves it too!

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5 Responses to Lancome Magnifique

  1. Karen says:

    She makes a lovely, yet gentle looking representative!

  2. henna says:

    I didn’t notice this before, but there is something gentle about her – maybe it’s because we know that she’s young or because we’ve seen her in roles where she’s gentle.

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  4. Where is the subscribe button? I will definitly bookmark this post for future reference about fashion

  5. Henna says:

    Subscribe button is at the bottom! It’s the cute orange rss symbol!

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