Hellooooo B-E-A-U-tiful ladies! 😀
How have you all been? My week has been pretty hectic with some personal work. But I’m back with another review 🙂
SPPC Paris Bleu Eau De Parfum for Women.
For those who have no idea about Paris Bleu, let me give a quick introduction from their website:
It is in the heart of Paris, symbolic world capital of refinement and French savoir-faire, that SPPC Paris Bleu company, exercises its activity of creating and marketing quality perfumes since 1989. Paris Bleu is a France-based designer perfume brand. They have a wide range of perfumes under the Paris Bleu banner. To name a few of them : Yves de Sistelle, SPPC, Alain Daniel, Tropical Feeling, Jacques Evard and Red Pearl.
Product Name: SPPC Paris Bleu Eau De Parfum for Women
Product Price: Rs.1450 for 100 ml
Product Description by Paris Bleu:
SPPC Paris Bleu Eau De Parfum is a floral fruity fragrance for women.
Top Notes- Bergamot Orange
Middle Notes- Lotus, Jasmine, Rose, Lily-of-the-valley.
Base Notes – Patchouli, Musk and Amber.
Ingredients: In the picture below
My take on SPPC Paris Bleu Eau De Parfum for Women
This fragrance is a gift from Daddy dearest. I love almost all the perfumes he has brought for me this year and this is one of them.
Packaging: This perfume comes in a transparent glass bottle and the cap is a twisted glass one. It is sooo beautifully packed, I just fell for it when I saw it. The bottle has colored perfume inside it but it doesn’t transfer onto clothes. When you spray it on your clothes, it is a colorless liquid. Paris Bleu is a designer brand I have never tried before. They have perfumes from almost all olfactory families. This belongs to the floral one 🙂 The atomizer gives out neither too much nor too little-just the right amount of perfume. Every morning I use 2-3 spritz of this and it lingers on for almost the entire day on.The bottle is a travel friendly one with no leakage.
Fragrance: The top notes are of Bergamot Orange which is a fragrant fruit, the size of an orange, with a yellow color similar to a lemon. Bergamot is actually derived from an Italian word Bergamo which means “prince of pears” . These Bergamot Oranges are also used in Turkish Delight. That’s new information for me 😛 After 10 to 15 minutes, the fragrance settles down to a mix of rose, lotus and jasmine. And another addition here is the Lily-of-the-Valley oil being used. Lily-of-the-Valley flower is known as Jacob’s Ladder, as the bell shaped flowers form a ladder shape at the top of the stem. They grow mostly in UK during May and are also called May Lilies. This oil is used to lift depression and create a feeling of well-being; it is also believed to improve the cognitive processes like thinking, understanding, learning and remembering 😀 I have no idea how far that is true 😛 But the fragrance does lift my mood when I have it on. By the end of the day, the fragrance settles down to a musky fragrance. This fragrance can be used on any occasion- college, work, parties 😀 And the ones with sensitive nose can also give it a try. It isn’t very overpowering. It is a right mix of everything. On the whole, I am love with my Paris Bleu perfume and I sooo want to try the others!
Pros of SPPC Paris Bleu Eau De Parfum for Women:
• Beautifully packed.
• Travel friendly.
• Staying power is amazing.
• Floral fragrance.
• Lifts my mood instantly.
• Sensitive noses can give it a try too
Cons of SPPC Paris Bleu Eau De Parfum for Women:
• Availability in India 🙁
• I can’t think of any other cons.
The Jeromy Diaries verdict
Yes I will repurchase once this is done. But I also want to try other perfumes from this brand 😀
I will recommend it to ladies who love floral frangrance 🙂 It is a must-try!
Based on TJD grades,
|A+||Excellent, MUST buy!|
|A||Very good, worth a try|
|C+||Go on, take a risk|
|F||EPIC fail! Stay away!|
SPPC Paris Bleu Eau De Parfum for Women scores Grade A+
Until next time,
Would like to know….. Availability in India…as it’s mentioned as a con……why?????
Neeta that’s cuz they are hardly available in India 🙁
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