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Lipstick Fever by Juliette Has A Gun

Lipstick Fever by Juliette Has A Gun
Gender: Women
Release date: 2020
Perfumer: Romano Ricci

What Does Lipstick Fever Smell Like

Lipstick Fever by Juliette Has A Gun begins with a scent that brings to mind a ripe, juicy raspberry. The initial tartness soon unfolds into a sweeter, warmer aroma, soften by the faint, powdery whisper of violet absolute. These notes then seamlessly transition into a rich, woody heart characterized by the earthy, slightly sweet notes of orris absolute. Patchouli adds complexity to this scent, introducing a hint of spiciness, while cedar contributes a dry, woody undertone. The base note of vanilla absolute, though not overpowering, adds a delicate creaminess, accentuating the sweetness of the perfume but without making it cloying. The overall scent is fruity and sweet, with a powdery softness and synthetic feel, underpinned by woody depth. The blend of these fragrances creates a scent that is reminiscent of the perfume one might find lingering on a classic tube of bright red lipstick, thus justifying its name.

Review of Lipstick Fever

Lipstick Fever by Juliette Has A Gun is a decidedly feminine perfume that encapsulates the playful spirit of spring with a slight nod to the cooler months of fall and winter. Its charm lies in its fruity opening, dominated by a delightful raspberry note, which adds a youthful zest to the composition. This fruity burst gradually mellows, making room for the sweet and powdery undertones that bring to mind the nostalgic scent of vintage cosmetics, hence the name 'Lipstick Fever.'

However, the scent isn't just a nostalgic trip down memory lane. The perfume also features a synthetic note that lends it a modern feel, making it a blend of the past and the present. This note is not overwhelming, and it blends well with the overall composition without taking away from its essential character.

Despite its charm, Lipstick Fever might not appeal to everyone. Those with a preference for stronger, woody or floral scents might find this perfume a touch too sweet. Additionally, its longevity and sillage are not its strongest suits. The scent tends to stay close to the skin, making it perfect for leisure or daily use but perhaps not the best choice for evening events or more formal occasions.

In terms of value, while not a bargain, Lipstick Fever offers a decent price point for its quality and unique scent profile. For those who appreciate a fun, fruity, and nostalgically powdery scent with a modern twist, Lipstick Fever might just be the perfect fragrance to add to their collection. It embodies a sense of youthful exuberance with a touch of sophistication, making it an interesting addition to the world of women's perfumery.

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