However Coco Mademoiselle is a perfume that is widely loved by women all over the world since it's release in 2001, whether you are a religious wearer of the scent or you had it as a gift on the off chance, most ladies I know have either had this perfume in the past or wear it now. The most common way to find your love for a perfume/scent is smelling it on someone else and becoming some what hooked on it - this is exactly what happened to me. Like I mentioned previously, this isn't a scent that I would ever have considered wearing even one year ago but after smelling it constantly at work (because it is a highly favoured fragrance within my work place) it really started to grow on me.
If you like a perfume that has a real punch to it, then this is one that you will most certainly enjoy wearing. It has such a signature scent, something like I have never smelt with any other perfumes before, with ingredients such as rose, jasmin, patchouli (a minty herb) and orange it is a wonder how a fragrance can smell this good without being too overpowering. The perfume is rather sharp at first but after a few seconds the sharpness radiates into a luxurious, sexy and beautiful fragrance.
I remember when I first smelt it and thought it was the smell of someone's washing powder tingling my nostrils because of it's cotton fresh-esque scent, this only adds to the sexiness - after all, what is more appealing than freshly washed cotton?!
It has an incredible staying power that you can still smell on your skin 12 hours after spraying it, meaning it is the best choice for a night out. All I am trying to say ladies, is definitely give this scent a try if you haven't already, even if you go into Debenhams or John Lewis, just to have a quick whiff. Do it, you may surprise yourself with how much you like it.