Unlisted Brand • Atelier Cologne - Orange Sanguine • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||54%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair, Warm Hair: Red Eyes: Brown
This fragrance is, on certain days, just what I want. It smells just like peeling an orange, at first, bright and sweet. After a short while it fades into a soft, dreamy sandalwood. The staying power is better than most citrus fragrances, but that's just generally the thing with this category anyway.
I think it's quite unisex, and often I find my bottle has migrated into my brother's possession. (I do swipe it back.)
Age: 36-43 Skin: Very Oily, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Other
Love this scent!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Violet
A good, warm and interesting blood orange that manages to remain true itself without turning rancid, metallic or synthetic. There's a nice sandalwood base that holds things together. A truly good fragrance for me, but it lasts too little, alas.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
Orange Sanguine is exactly as you would imagine...orange with a deep anchor of sandalwood. Usually I'm against smelling like fruit or food, but this citrus scent has a plethora of undertones that keep it from being food-ish. I would have given 5 lippies and marked for repurchase except that wear time is short. You splash Orange Sanguine on and it quickly disappears. I would absolutely love to find a dupe that has staying power.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Curly, Medium Eyes: Black
Orange Sanguine smells exactly like its name--blood oranges. Juicy, just-cut blood oranges. This scent gets points for not turning rancid/acidic like most citrus scents on my skin, but it's extremely one-sided and linear. I get a brief whiff of geranium every once in a while, but that's it. I feel this would be much better served as a room scent, and see no reason why anyone would choose this over a similar and much cheaper Bath and Body Works scent.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Other, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
Orange Sanguine is a beautiful, light, soapy orange. Can have a creamy quality in the drydown that may or may not work on different people's chemistry. A splash of orange juice in a handsome perfume bottle. Fades quickly even for a body splash, so a point off for that, similar to a florida water or hydrosol or somewhere in between those in strength and staying power.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
Notes: red orange, bitter orange, jasmine, geranium, amber, tonka bean and sandalwood.
This fragrance opens with a juicy blood orange note underpinned by a very perfumey flower note. This floral not only balances the acidity, but also lightens the sweetness of the citrus. As the notes bloom on my skin, the scent loses most of its fresh quality and becomes warmer and sweeter. Amber gradually becomes the main note and is surrounded by what is left of the orange and jasmine. Creamy sandalwood acts as the base for the accord. Orange Sanguine is not a strong fragrance that becomes almost indistinguishable very fast. Lasts only three hours on my skin.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I was on an intensive search to find the perfect orange summer splash. I tried SL Fleur d' Oranger, Tauer Orange Star, the illusive LAP Fleur d' Oranger, MDCI Le Rivage Des Syrtes, Institute Tres Bien Italienne and the $2.15 Florida Water. The SL and Tauer were not me. The ITB was a little soapy. LRdS is lovely, but at that price nothing is getting splashed. The LAP Fleur d'Oranger seemed unobtainable in the US, although I think that may have been remedied. I have been splashing on the Florida water, and like it, but it is a tad too manly.
And then I sampled Atelier Cologne Orange Sanguine. It starts with the freshest, most realistic orange. It passes through a floral phase, still dancing in orange, and drys down still orange, but with the whisper of a woody oriental with tonka bean, amber, and sandalwood.
The best news is that a 200 ML bottle is $145, and it lasts and lasts. At that price per ML, let the splashing commence!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I've been on the prowl for a lovely long lasting fragrance with an orange citrus (tangerine, blood orange, clementine, orange etc) note as the star of the show. Citrus in general tends to be very fleeting or long lasting but, ends up smelling quite unnatural and candylike. I've tried Eau d'Orange Vert, Concentree d'Orange Vert, Heeley Oranges and Lemons, Tangerine Verte, Little Italy, Arancia de Calabria and many others. So far, this is the best natural smelling pleasant orange based fragrance I've encountered that meets the longevity criteria I want.
It's mainly the smell blood orange juice, bitter pith and the zest but, is paired well with Geranium, sandalwood and tonka bean. The citrus starts off strong and fades although, maintains the citrus throughout the fragrance with the geranium and sandalwood coming in more. The tonka bean lends a bit of sweetness in it that I really like.
I wish it came in a 100 ml since 200 ml is quite large and a big commitment. Over all though, an excellent fragrance that easily invokes happiness.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
one of the best modern cologne on the market. And with an amazing longetivity!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I think this is a new fragrance line carried by Neiman's. They included a sample of this in their last GWP. I'm really not impressed. I think it smells more like tangerine than orange, and I kind of hate the smell of tangerines. I like citrus scents, but tangerine has a gamey funk about it that just puts me off. The other notes apparently include Blue Dawn accompanied by the creaminess of an Orange Julius. I like clean soapy smells, but this is a dead ringer for Blue Dawn and I do not want my fragrance to remind me of dish soap. The Neiman's website says this is sold in a 6.7 oz. bottle for $145. So, per ounce, this is obscenely cheap and I guess you get what you pay for in this case.