సంగ్రహ నివేదిక: బేరం సువాసన సిఫారసులను క్రమంలో భాగంగా ఆ కొరకు సమీక్ష సువాసనలు $35 అమెరికా సంయుక్త లేదా తక్కువ, కన్సైన్స్ యొక్క 2001 సందేశాలు ఆకుపచ్చ మిరియాలు న పడుతుంది ఒక ఆశ్చర్యకరంగా ధైర్యంగా ఉంది, కనుపాప మరియు tonka బీన్.
మీకు ఇష్టమైతే మీరు ఈ నచ్చుతుందని: డయాఫ్రం, వనిల్లా, orientals; తియ్యగా తిండిబోతు పరిమళాలను లేదా అసాధారణ నోటు జతలు.
గమనికలు: Red పెప్పర్, గ్రీన్ పెప్పర్, ఏలకులు, ధనియాలు, Star Anise, డయాఫ్రం, Heliotrope, Acacia, Patchouli, గంధపుచెట్టు, Tonka bean, Sweet Sultan, కస్తూరి.
ధర: 3.4 oz EDT స్ప్రే: Retail price – $75; Discount price – నుండి $35 US via Perfume Station at Amazon.com
బాటమ్ లైన్: గురించి 4 years ago I tried the men’s version of Messages, a warm, herbal brew of vetiver, విజ్ఞత, and patchouli. I’m not sure why, but I never thought to consider the women’s version. Fast forward to 2007, and I found myself exploring the fragrances of Mariella Burani, a highly under-rated and little known Italian designer (here in the states, at least). As I was re-reading info about Messages for Men, I decided to check out the women’s scent. WHOA! Take a look at those notes! Pepper! Star Anise! IRIS! Patchouli! This stuff reads as if it was made especially for me. Having recently become enchanted by the green pepper in L’Artisan’s Piment Brulant (green pepper and chocolate), I figured “How could this be bad?” I love Burani’s Eau Rosee and the original and sadly discontinued Mariella (does anyone know where I can find this?), so I figured I would give it a shot. When it arrived, it was love at first spray.
Here’s my take on why this scent was never popular – it’s a tad bit masculine, but is housed in a decidedly feminine bottle. ఇప్పుడు, I’m the first to avoid gender associations at any cost, but it’s true, the bottle gives the impression of a white floral, when this is actually a unisex, oriental gourmand. Messages for women seems to be a scent with a severe identity issue! On my skin the dewy sweetness of the green pepper melds with the white, బూజు (and no, there’s not an aldehyde in site, thank goodness) notes of iris, heliotrope, star anise, and vanilla. The entire composition rests on a very tame base of musk and sandalwood (I don’t get the patchouli at all here). This reminds me quite a lot of L’Artisan’s Piment, but with more depth, lasting power, and the magic of iris and vanilla. The inclusion of sweet sultan even adds a hint of cocoa.
To conclude, get on over to Amazon and buy this. I would go so far as to suggest that this one would be hard to hate. And a note to the gentlemen: Don’t let that bottle dissuade you – buy the scent and decant it into something plain if you must. The women’s Messages is not nearly as dark and stereotypically masculine as the men’s version (which in my opinion is a throwback to the days of Antaeus and Yatagan), but if you love iris, వనిల్లా, or green pepper, this one is a must-try!