Eros Pour Femme review

Eros Pour Femme is an Eau de toilette edition of Versace’s 2014 perfume of the same name, which made its debut in perfumeries worldwide in the summer of 2016. Like the entire Eros collection, this perfume is inspired by motifs of ancient mythology, gods in marble white uniforms with gold belts and bracelets. Characteristic of the house of Versace, which has always successfully flirted with kitsch and masterfully implemented it in high fashion. Did Donatella manage to do the same with this perfume, or is it the biggest failure since the fishnet T-shirt and shorts for men in the spring 2015 collection?

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It seems that Donatella Versace accidentally snorted a little more white flour type K-51 (if you know what I mean) while rolling out the pizza dough, so she was not able to distinguish the smell of perfume and, say, capriccioso topping. At the very opening, Eros pour femme has a dominant raspberry scent, again very synthetic as in Jimmy Choo Exotic (will you people ever learn?). And when I say dominant, I don’t mean Mr. Gray enjoying with Anastasia in his penthouse suite, rather than a match between Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield. Holyfield is left without part of his ear, you will be left without a part of your nose… Attention! Raspberry bites – worse than Monster Rehab ice tea.

The final verdict of Eros Pour Femme

Here and there you can feel an enjoyable note of patchouli (um, maybe it’s too similar to Exotic) and amber, which have a really calming effect on the now burned receptors in the nose. It is a pity that they did not strengthen them a bit in relation to the whole composition, I think that Eros pour femme would then get some redeeming quality. The woody scent, which is “heard” somewhere in the distance, is by far the best part of the perfume. If we left only the base notes, I would say ok, this perfume deserves a glass bottle. This way, it’s not even worth the plastic in which the samples are poured.

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[Fragrance notes] top notes: lemon, bergamot, pomegranate; middle notes: raspberry, jasmine, peony; base notes: patchouli, musk, ambroxan, woody notes.

[Fragrance group] floral woody musk.