Lancome • Tresor In Love • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||61%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Curly, Fine Eyes: Blue
I bought this because I have always been a huge fan of Tresor so I decided to give this a try. The bottle is absolutely beautiful and feminine--the same as the fragrance. It is much more flowery and a bit lighter than the Tresor. I only wear this on special occassions or when I want to smell like a lady that isn't wearing something that all the teenagers are wearing.
Some days I don't like the fragrance and some days I do. It's a bit heavier than what I am used to wearing for fragrance so I would suggest applying a very small spritz. The lasting power on me isn't great---2 hours max. I only really wear this when I am in a mood to wear a floral fragrance. I probably wouldn't buy this again because I prefer the Tresor a lot more because of its lasting power and it's powdery/musk scent.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Blue
This is not bad. It's a fruity floral that is a bit woody too. I like it better than Tresor. Definitely a younger scent. I smell peach, cedar, jasmine.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Very Dry Hair: Brunette Eyes: Black
This is one of the prettiest perfumes I have ever smelled. If I were giving lippies for the scent alone, it would be a 5+++. If I were giving them out for its staying power, it would get a 2 or a 3. Maybe a 1.
However, that's on my wrist. This lasts forever on your clothes and leaves the softest, pretties trail if you spray your shirt or your hair.
It is like the Best of Tresor (original) plus the Best of Maybe Baby by benefit ~ with none of the annoyances of either. (Tresor can be too much on some, and Maybe Baby can turn weird, although I love it.)
It starts out with a blast of peach/nectarine, maybe a little juicy pear, and a beautiful rose. There is a tiny bit of oomph amidst all of the "pretty" ~ am guessing it's the cedar. I don't get any jasmine at all.
It doesn't really change; it just fades into a beautiful fruity rose, but not in the "generic fruity floral" way. It doesn't last on my skin, but try it; it might just be me.
Love love love. Would be HG material if it were stronger. I would say this has the staying power (on my skin) of an EDT ~ at best.
It's swoon-worthy, though, for sure.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Black
it's make me feel soo sexy..got compliment when i wear it this perfume. ;)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Olive Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I am not familiar with the original Tresor so I cannot compare the two but I like this fragrance alot. Its a beautiful interesting scent. I love the packaging too.
I love flowery scents and this one is soft, flowery and powdery. Very feminine and romantic. Not suited for casual wear... the staying power isn't that great though.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Red, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Green
I received this as a gift from a dear friend, and as she gave me the big bottle (100 ml, 3,3 flOZ) I thought I better start using this right away ;). My mom used to wear the regular Tresor, and although this reminds me of her, it is a scent on it's own. I won't bother with ingredients/notes as I am crap at those, but it smells like a softer and lighter version of big sister Tresor, with a hint of musk in it, perfect for spring!
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Just LOVE it! so uplifting!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I have always wanted to buy Tresor (the original) but always hesitated because it seemed just too heavy. Then I came across 'Tresor In Love' and even though its not the same as the oringial one, i still find it lovely for the spring/summer months. Its fresh, light and romantic. The lasting power isn't the greatest even though it claims to be a EDP but I can see myself wear this alot this spring/summer season. It barely lasts 3 hours on me. The bottle is so beautiful - simple and classic. Not a fan of the body lotion though as I find it doesn't smell the same as the EDP. EDIT: I have worn this continuously for a two weeks and sadly to say I'm not loving it as I did the first few days I had bought it. It smells too generic for my liking and the drydown is nothing special. I will give this away to relatives as I'm not a fan of it.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
This is my first review here on MUA, and I think that this perfume is the perfect first product to do a review on.
I'm In Love, totally in love with this perfume! It smells soooo good, I can't live without it! I love it so much that I only use it for special occasions, I don't want it to ever run out. The smell is fruity yet with a bit of musk, I would say it is a really seductive smell.
PRO - Here in Sweden you can buy a set of this perfume and get the shower cream and body lotion too, they both smell exactly as the perfume. Lovely! I have found that if you take a little of the body lotion and put it on your neck, behind your ears, and then spray the perfume on, the fragrance stays on alot longer than without the body lotion.
I love this scent and I will buy it again, when my bottle runs out.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I believe finding the right perfume is an individual thing and reading reviews isn't always the best way to find one that suits you. It's very, very nice but I'm still searching for my signature scent
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Curly, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I have been meaning to review this...I wanted a new purfume at Christmas and heard Tresor had one out. I had been admiring that Tresor advert with that actress on it and I loved the way they said the purfume and it looked all sophisticated. I heard the perfume in the advert was ok but nothing special so never purchased it. Then recently I heard they had a lighter and better smelling version so I thought I wouyld indulge as it looked sophiscated and pretty in a romatic bottle with a rose wearable elasticated ring thing over the top of the bottle. Also it had a lovely blush colour and looked girly. I saw it in a sale and went with it.
My boyfriend discribed the smell as soft - well he doesnt work at a fragrance store bless him but I think he means light but he repeated soft nodding apprecaiteively. It is light and romantic and slightly floral, I really cant pinpoint much barely a rose but not a rose fragrance but I cant identify much. But I like it aas it is suttle and simply feminine and non offensive. Like as if a man wouldnt know you were wearing a fragrance and perhaps you just smelt nice like a sultry female but a natural woman scent.
I read this fragranceis class for the modern older woman. So I gather that is me. I like it as it does have a timeless scent and I probably wont buy this again but if they again upgrade this or make it longer lasting in terms of scent or perhaps another version with fruit then yes I am buying. But this fragrance is a safe bet for the older classic perfume loving fan of chanels and the like. Get it for mothers or ladies in their thirties and beyond as it is classy and has a slight powder to it.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
This was one of the Christmas gift's I received from my dear husband and not a fragrance I would be attracted to. Original Tresor I'm familiar with and to be honest never personally cared for (turned too green for my chemistry) but admired when others wore. Many refer to Tresor as a mature scent for a buxom peach satin clad woman and have really beaten up on the fragrance. I don't share their vitriol. Back to Tresor In Love I actually find this a breath of fresh air compared to my usual fragrance sensibilities (Opium-Shalimar-Wish-Le Baisir du Dragon..). My DH is obsessed with lighter floral citrus based scents and gets hot and bothered when he smells any fragrance that contains grapefruit notes. Go figure. And for that reason he purchased this for me. I am a self proclaimed lover of complex spice/incense/sandalwood/bergamot fragrances and I'd wear them all at once if I could. My scent reflects my personality which is very intense discerning and far too passionate for my own good. DH purchased this to lighten my spirit and free up my energy. How touching. I guess. Anyway this is less green than Tresor but more energized. Although this is floral it has a little something that IMO makes it femme for other reasons. Don't be led astray by disparaging reviews. This is a scent that morphs as your wearing it and that's what makes this intriguing. TIL opens warm with a peach and floral violet with a hint of musk and citrus/cedar. As the scent warms on the skin the floral note takes a step back and your chemistry decides which note to pull up however the final scent will not stray too far from the initial spritz but it will be fuller and slightly sweet. My chemistry pulled up pear cedar and rose. I won't slap any ugly labels on this but will say that if your looking to update your fragrance wardrobe this would be a good start. I'm climbing out of my scent rut and into the arms of Tresor In Love.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Hazel
I’m not sure if I really like this scent. I used to wear Trèsor many years ago because I had sniffed it on some friends and it was heavenly on them and I fell in love with it, so I bought it, and I enjoyed it for a while. But then, maybe because of my chemistry, or because my nose got used of it and I sprayed a bigger amount, it turned very heavy on me and I abandoned it for many years. When I saw the new reworked and much lighter edition I was curious to try it. Yes, it is nice and pleasant but the beginning is sharp in a nasty way that upset my nose. The heart otherwise, is very lovely, crispy, bright, bloomy, fruity and delicious in a certain way, like the original Trèsor used to be. The dry down then turns back in an almost unpleasant sticky artificial sweet pear smell and doesn't last very long. So I don’t know if I would buy a full bottle, as there are many scents I actually like much more from the beginning to the end, including the original Trèsor.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This frangrance is just my style, it is sweet but with a kick! I love it so much and the packaging is simply too cute!
HOW IT SMELLS:
slightly floral, with a small kick of spice, tiny hint of musk
gets sweeter throughout the day, and it also gets deeper and more musky
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I fell in love with this parfume. So good, so romantic, so soft.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
My first choice is actually either Miss Dior Cherie or Anna Sui's Flight of Fancy but there's a road show advertising for Tresor in Love and I just walked over and had a whiff and I'm really impressed.
I'm not perfume connoisseur, so I'm just going to describe from my point of view.
When I first sprayed it on, I don't really like the smell. I think its abit heavy as I don't like strong fragrance at all. But after 5 minutes or so, it changed into something very soft and tender, I don't know what's the word, but it smells very smooth and clean and I can't stop sniffing my wrist.
Another thing is, the bottle looks really pretty with the flower on.
But I probably won't repurchase cause a bottle can last me for about a year or less and by that time, I would have gotten bored of it and moved on to another fragrance.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Brunette, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
My boss, knowing that I have more than a passing interest in fragrance, presented me with a sample of this, saying that her husband was considering buying it for her for their anniversary but she wasn't sure about it. I dumped some on my wrist, expecting the worst, and the worst is what I got.
After a few minutes, I told her that it was so cartoonishly feminine that it seemed like drag, and brought to mind pink embroidered pillows and canopy beds and ruffles. Later, as it became even stronger, pinker, and more chemical, I downgraded my opinion to: a Baby Jane version of femininity, a classless, delusional woman stupidly choosing the pinkest girliest youngest perfume in order to seem youthful and optimistic to others.
Baby Jane nightmare. It's hard to believe the name isn't a joke- it makes Midnight in Paris seem sophisticated. I just want to smash its romantic optimism with an oversized bottle of Dune, or something.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
this a younger version of tresor,I found tresor to be heavy, but tresor in love is alot lighter,and somehow different. don't ignore this perfume just because you didn't like Tresor. you will be surprised.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I wanted to love this, but it smells exactly like the original Tresor, like the mothballs in my great-great-great grandmother's attic, just not as cloying. I gave it two lippies because the lasting power is good, and if it works with your chemistry it will not offend people and is very suitable to wear during the day.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
i prefer light, citrus scents. this is way too floral for me + dries down to a powdery-ness that's sickening for me.