Unlisted Brand • Sinfonia di Note - Coeur de Noisette • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||50%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Curly, Fine Eyes: Black
Oh yes. An excellent winter fragrance. I really enjoy Coeur de Noisette. Hazelnut, cinnamon, spice...yum. Very cozy scent. It smells better and better the longer it stays on the skin. I'm so happy i've finally found a fragrance with a true warm hazelnut scent. The description from Luckyscent is right on point.
UPDATE: Still sooooo good. Hazeeeelllnut. uuummmmm. This perfume makes me hungry for nutella cookies and eggnog. Love it love it love it.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
I didn't expect it, but this is definitely my favorite of the Sinfonia di Note line so far. The more I wear this scent, the more I like it. While it has a gourmand touch on my skin, it really isn't a super-sweet, overpoweringly dessertlike scent. I get the feeling from reading other reviews that this scent must be very different on everyone who tries it.
When I first applied, I could pick up a distinct hazelnut note. As it warmed into my skin, I started to detect a faint whiff of woods and perhaps even a light floral note. However, as the scent dries down, I get the most perfect warm, nutty cinnamon scent ever. When I say I want a cinnamon perfume, THIS is what I want. Most others smell like Big Red gum, but this one smells like complex, good cinnamon.
Per Luckyscent, the notes are coconut, amber, hazelnut, woods, fruit notes, floral notes, spices
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
This fragrance smells like Panforte, a traditional Italian dessert made with fruit, nuts, cinnamon and honey.
It is very, very sweet and rich, so stay away from it if you're not into gourmands.
I love it. I wouldn't wear it every day, and I can see why some people would hate it, but I still believe this deserves 5 lippies because it's imaginative, unusual, and it's one of the very few true hazelnut scents I've found on the market so far.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Too bad there isn't a "No" that looks more like this: "NOOO!!!" Here's the list of what I experienced, in order: nuts, cotton candy, GRAPE cotton candy...at that point I lost it. Shudder. It had the smell of too-sweet candy with fruity things mixed with stuff that doesn't go with food. There--another amazing review. ;o) Notes, per SirSlarty on Basenotes: coconut, amber, hazelnut, woods, fruit notes, floral notes, spices. HOWEVER, if you like really sweet foody fragrances (note the difference between those and sweet gourmands), you might want to try this.