Reve d’Infini is a true ladies perfume by a luxury brand Lalique that appeared on the market in 2015. Tempered, gentile and sophisticated. When you put it on, you immediately stand up straight and find yourself shrouded by a velvety musky and fruity scent, just like a satin dress and your mood lightens up. You are ready for a ball.
Whether you are staying in, going to work or out, you will breeze through your chores and duties, waltzing with ease and grace and leaving only a trail of scented magic this perfume brings.
Essences of lychee and peach, noble freesia and seductive musk are skillfully entrapped in a bottle of immerse beauty and quality only Lalique knows how to produce. In my opinion, this is one of the most beautiful perfume bottles ever. Made in art deco style, inspired by woman’s curves, its soft edges finished with a satin effect that feels like the skin itself. Golden-pink neck of the bottle with an infinity sign carved in matches perfectly with the pink color of the perfume itself. As it all this wasn’t enough, Lalique made a special pastel pink box with Ardent motive to keep this glass jewel of a perfume.
You can wear it during the day and in the evening, summer and winter, it matches every time and every season. It lasts extraordinarily long, more than eight hours. Projection and scent trail are ideal – not to little so only you can sense it, nor too much to repel people. It subtly lets everyone know you are present and makes people around you step closer to smell a bit more of Reve d’Infiniti.[Fragrance notes] top notes: lychee, bergamot; middle notes: freesia, rose, peach, jasmine; base notes: vanilla, cedar, musk, sandalwood. [Fragrance group] floral woody musk. Review for one of my favorite perfumes of this scent group can be found HERE.
Perfume creator Richard Ibanez.[Perfume profiling] introverted 70% extroverted 30% rational 10% emotional 90%
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