Insolence Eau de Parfum arrives as more intensive, intoxicating and magical than its antecedent Insolence Eau de Toillete. It features a new colour of the bottle which stands for intoxicating scents hiding inside it. The dark and seductive bottle is available as 30, 50 and 100 ml EDP.
The composition is similar: accentuated iris and endlessly seductive violets which are set in the very heart of the perfume. The perfume was created for an eccentric and chic woman, who thrives for perfection. Insolence Eau de Parfum was launched in 2008. Insolence Eau de Parfum was created by Sylvaine Delacourte and Maurice Roucel. So let us take a look at favorite colour combination for living room with purple and voilet with 24 pictures below.
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I love the fruity powderiness of this fragrance! The whiffs I catch are fantastic! Sillage is great, longevity is amazing too! The only issue I have with this fragrance is that it smells. hot? on my skin. If I remember well, the EDT didn't smell hot on me, so I'm going to test that again. In this, it's either too much powder for my skin to take or too much wood.
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Oh! Ok, I didn't expect to enjoy Insolence as much as I did. It's an airy, powdery, sweet violet with KILLER longevity and sillage. A bit gourmand and not super complicated, which it doesn't need to be. I feel that careful dosage is the way to go with Insolence; the first time I wore it I only used one swipe of a tester and had my coworkers sniffing thoughtfully and leaning closer for a second whiff! Many positive comments followed, from men and women. I am of the opinion that the bottle (I like the new frosted bottle with bees a biiit more) is ugly and that the name is stupid (yes, even though "insolence" isn't quite as harsh in french), but we all know what's important is the juice, right? I would probably have bought a full bottle even if it were more expensive.
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A good example of packaging (hideous, in this case) not being representative of the product you actually get. The bottle screams ingineu, tween, immaturity and a desire to be different when all you're really being is cringy, just like everyone else like you. The fragrance itself isn't entirely different, but I don't believe it was meant to be a shockingly new thing. It's a violet scent with powdery undertones and fruity overtones. It's been done and if it was meant to be a new thing, it failed that. All this being said, as negative as it is, I actually love this fragrance. It feels like a loving nod back to Après l'Ondee. That is to say, a traditional Guerlain violet. As Après l'Ondee is so hard to get for a good price, especially vintage, this is an okay substitute. It can be heavy at first but it dries down really well, very similar to a trademark Sylvaine Delacourte 'white musk ball' I hated the EDT, because it actually suited the packaging. Reminded me of a teenager's deodorant. This is elegant and chic, for a grown up. Rather lovely.
I just bought this a few days ago and I like it very much. It's certainly not too strong for me (I love Jungle Elephant by Kenzo by the way). I find it's really nice on clothes and in my hair (and on my body too). Like others have said before me this perfume smells like candied flowers, particularly violet. I love it.