Thursday, 14 April 2016

The ysatis perfume by Givenchy is a,Magical floral fragrance for women


The ysatis perfume by Givenchy is a,Magical floral fragrance. Ysatis woman is smart, emotional and distinct. Elegant bottle matches the opulent fragrance that smells like luxury. ysatis is classified as a refreshing, oriental, woodsy fragrance . This feminine scent possesses a blend of mandarin, oakmoss, rose, iris, vanilla, clove, and amber. It is recommended for daytime wear.Ysatis is a feminine perfume by Givenchy. The scent was launched in 1984 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Dominique Ropion. The bottle was designed by Pierre Dinand.
 The ysatis perfume by Givenchy is a,Magical floral fragrance. Ysatis woman is smart, emotional and distinct. Elegant bottle matches the opulent fragrance that smells like luxury. ysatis is classified as a refreshing, oriental, woodsy fragrance . This feminine scent possesses a blend of mandarin, oakmoss, rose, iris, vanilla, clove, and amber. It is recommended for daytime wear.Ysatis is a feminine perfume by Givenchy. The scent was launched in 1984 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Dominique Ropion. The bottle was designed by Pierre Dinand.





 satis is not only a pleasure to pronounce (look in the mirror, purse your lips and whisper “Eee-saht-ees, by Jee-vahn-shee” just for kicks), it’s a gorgeous and sensual floral.

The surprise (and indispensable) note is coconut. It acts like a soft-focus camera lens to blur the crisp florals and give them a vaguely nutty, milky, and ever-so-slightly sweet tropical feel that could have veered into gourmand territory but stops short. It's Ysatis's hint of the exotic that makes it interesting.

Although I am not a big fan of prominently floral perfumes, I love when they're are given a twist; in this case, some fat and calories to give it a hint of richness.

Ysatis's sexy drydown is my favorite part. That's when the notes, all tucked into bed and spooning together, melt on your skin. According to OsMoz this Dominique Ropion-constructed gem took about 18 months to finish because he wanted to balance the floral, woods and spice in the perfume, which is considered the first Oriental chypre. Well-balanced, multifaceted, intriguing and beautiful — who wouldn't want to smell like that?

Top notes: Green note, aldehydes, fruit note, rosewood, coconut

Heart notes: Tuberose, jasmine, narcissus, carnation, rose, ylang-ylang

Base  notes: Patchouli, sandalwood, castoreum, civet, oakmoss, amber, honey, cistus

Until I get a better trained nose or, more likely, my Haarman & Reimer fragrance guide in the mail (update: I got it, and the notes here are from it), the notes I list are partial and possibly off. Everywhere I looked for notes for Ysatis, they were different. One blogger I respect said there's oakmoss in it, which would make it a chypre. Other sources claim there's vanilla, which would suggest it's in the Oriental category. Yet another source didn't mention vanilla or oakmoss at all and threw in castoreum!

To make matters worse, I bet there's an Ysatis reformulation, which means that everything that makes this perfume heady, rich and interesting has been eliminated. Sigh.

How much more confusing can it get to figure out perfume? Imagine a film buff looking for information about "Vertigo" and finding out that it may have starred either Kim Novak or Grace Kelly, taken place either in San Francisco or Paris, and may have been directed by either Alfred Hitchcock or Billy Wilder. (Absurd example, but you get my drift.) I mean — seriously. It's scandalous.

Here's an article about perfumer Christophe Ludamiel regarding the perfume industry and how he thinks it needs to let go of its "secrecy and mysticism." Ludamiel wants the public to have the opportunity to be educated about fragrance and olfaction in the same way wine lovers are educated about wine. Um, yes please.

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