Keiko Mecheri • Mihime • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||40%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
this scent is exact dupe (or vice versa) od L'Erbolario's Petali & Fiori...powdery white flowers which can cause nausea...
nice but boring....
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
It is the most pleasant powdery perfume I have ever tried. It does not induce headaches or sneezes in hot humid summer. It is delicate and fragile. The floral notes are in a perfect balance with non floral ones. A dash of citrus helps to maintain fresh lightness of the composition. Mihime envelopes you like layers of silk kimonos. I am seriously considering a full bottle.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Other Eyes: Blue
If the smell of Nivea ( in the blue tin ) is your favorite thing and you have been searching for years for a scent to layer on top of your Nivea cream - this is it. Look no further. Light sheer, creamy rose and heliotrope. Very good.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Mihimé is a clean, soft, somewhat creamy fragrance, and it's perfectly suits to the fragile beauty and subtle sensuality of an ancient japanese noble lady, or a geisha. (I've read on the Keiko Mecheri website, that the fragrance was inspired by a mythical japanese princess from the Edo-period.) It has really some resemblance to the old Nivea creme in blue tin. However, I don't understand, why it is classified as a chypre fragrance in some descriptions. For me, it's rather a gentle floral-musky type of fragrance. I loved the old clear, rectangular bottle, but the new black design is awful.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
I´ve only got a sample of this but I already LOVE it. I wish I could afford a whole bottle. I´m from Germany and we have Nivea Creme which smells a LOT like this fragrance. Cannot/ will not use the creme because of paraffinum liquidum but the scent is heavenly.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
A watery bright yellow scent. Hawthorne, bergamot and leaves only show up on drydown. It reminds me a lot of a shampoo from my early childhood, though I can't pinpoint the name, I just see the bathtub...not something to make me feel all grown up and adult.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily Hair: Black Eyes: Hazel
All I get is rose, rose and more rose. It could be romantic and ladylike, but the rose pretty much drowns out all the other scents. Too bad, because this one seemed nice in print. Mihime notes: Hawthorn petals, bergamot and violet leaves, rose petals, ylang ylang, and narcissus, peach, amber, vanilla, heliotrope, soft white musk. It is in-your-face stuck to a bush of thorny roses kind of rose. It is a sickening, stomach churning rose.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
??????? ..... Whatever lovely fragrance there is in here, I can't find it. Doesn't suit my skin chemistry I guess :P Supposedly this is a violet floral with hints of fruit and a base of musk and vanilla. Sounds pretty, right? Well, my impression is a mix of hairspray and bugspray --- pure bitterness & alcohol. I blame the violets...everything I've ever tried (FM Lipstick Rose being the biggie) with this note in it smells really rancid on my skin.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Another bust from Keiko Mecheri. I am so in love with Loukoum from this line that nothing else holds a candle. It is ok, just nothing special. Somewhat sweet amd feminine just missing the powdery vanilla note I look for in fragrances.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
From Luckyscent: A soft, powdery floral swirled with the graceful elegance of a bygone era. Mihimé evokes the whispery petal hem of a Vionnet dress in dove gray silk, the subtle gleam of a stack of mother-of-pearl bracelets, the relaxed luxury of a chaise lounge upholstered in rose velvet. Inspired by the timeless Orientalist pieces of Parisian couture houses in the Art Deco period, Mihimé pays homage to the classic chypres of French perfumery, but has a beautiful spare quality that keeps it modern. An exquisite bouquet of rose, ylang ylang and luminous narcissus rests on a bed of sheer amber, vanilla and musk. Utterly refined and absolutely feminine. Mihime notes
Hawthorn petals, bergamot and violet leaves, rose petals, ylang ylang, and narcissus, peach, amber, vanilla, heliotrope, soft white musk
A nice, polite floral that I thought I might actually love, but like most other KMs; I just kind of like it. I smell most of the notes, and I will admit that they’re well blended. Having said that, this isn’t something I’d ever reach for if I owned it, and I‘d never own it because it isn‘t worth the $80 (for 2.5 oz, at Luckyscent) in my opinion. After about half an hour it dried down to a pretty bland white musk with a bit of heliotrope (on me, at least). I prefer Etro Heliotrope.