Jean Paul Gaultier Classique Eau de Parfum Spray
For long-lasting effects fragrance should be applied to the body's pulse points. These include the wrist, behind the ear, crease of your arm and knee, and the base of your throat. Pulse points give off more body heat as this is where blood vessels are closest to the skin, therefore continually warming and releasing your fragrance. Also, for a lasting effect spraying fragrance lower on the body allows it to rise throughout the day. Layering with the corresponding bath or shower gel and lotion, also is another good practice to help your fragrance last longer.see more...
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There just isn't enough complexity to this for me and am not sure who it is even geared to out there. It is just a muted simple floral with sandalwood and just a hint of vanilla without any notes to make it interesting. I've smelled soaps that are more interesting than this. If you want a straight up rose, I would suggest Stella by Stella McCartney.
There is no citrus or any other fruit, no spice, no woodiness, no green, no freshness, no variety in florals, no gourmand, no real sweetness, and just no real personality to this.
The bottle is unique and beautiful but this smells like a decent smelling bathroom or hotel room and no more to me.
It is sweet, is citrusy, you will permeates your body with roots that go walking spreading its aroma. This perfume can make everyone turn their heads to see you as you walk.
I discovered this fragrance a million years ago when I was in college, and it still hasn't lost its appeal. Sweet but sexy, one spray from this artsy bottle lasts all day. People inevitably ask me what I am wearing when I wear Jean Paul Gaultier Classique; when I tell them, I always mention the distinctive bottle and packaging. Even if the name is forgotten, the bottle (or packaging- a can!) will not be...
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