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Dahlia Noir Le Bal Eau de Parfum Givenchy for women

Dahlia Noir Le Bal Eau de Parfum Givenchy for women
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Givenchy designed new limited editions of its recent fragrances Dahlia Noir Eau de Parfum (from 2011) and Dahlia Noir Eau de Toilette (from 2012): Dahlia Noir Le Bal Eau de Parfum and Dahlia Noir Le Bal Eau de Toilette.

The new versions come in bottles decorated with ballroom ornaments and dissolving boxes. EDP version comes in black and EDT in pink bottle.

Both versions are built around accord of rose which is intense in the EDP and airy in the EDT edition. Its creator Francois Demachy was led by Riccardo Tisci’s idea of an imaginary flower named black dahlia. EDP contains additional notes of iris, mimosa, sandalwood and patchouli, while EDT version also includes peach, pink pepper, sandalwood, vanilla, amber and musk.

Both fragrances come in bottles of 75 ml. Dahlia Noir Le Bal Eau de Parfum was launched in 2013.

Perfume rating: 4.33 out of 5 with 8 votes.

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Rose Patchouli Sandalwood iris Mimosa Petals Citruses Vanilla Tonka Bean

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I AGREEEE!! Sick of weak perfumes and flankers. Not one contemporary fragrance can last more than a working day! (8 hours) i always need to reapply; no sillage, weak projection seriously what the heck??? only 10 years ago a perfume had a presence and an undeniable aura, now its just blaaaah. And today's young audience dont know any better.
sick of the noir trend and the intense versions and the eau... really come on!


I couldn't agree with PerfumeEmpress more. And as insult to injury, these designers are literally spray vomiting the market with "eau de fraiche" aka "expensive water" flankers, for relatively recent fragrance lines that were already laughably weak to begin with!

I've had Barbie dolls in the early 90's that came with little perfume bottles with more lasting power than what's being peddled to us nowadays.

It makes me sad to see younger reviewers complimenting a new fragrance for it's longevity, praising the three to four hours of wear that they got out of it.

In the late 90's to early 2000's (which is NOT that long ago..) all I had to do was spray my pulse points and neck in the morning, go about my day, come home and still smell warm bursts of my fragrance wafting off of me in the shower later that night.

My fiance who's been subjected to this hobby of mine made the observation once that it's often the best fragrances that have the plainest bottles. He was of course referring to his favorites, the Channels, Narciso Rodriguez For Her, Joop Femme, etc. Fragrances that lasted and made impressions, one way or another.

Everything being churned out nowadays is all grotesquely designed water filled bottles, and of course, the coattail riding of popular scents with an unlimited supply of 'all you can eat' "McFlankers".

Laziness and greed, made possible by disturbingly efficient marketing (no doubt this is where the money goes, certainly not to fragrance development..) and a younger consumer base content to spray themselves with expensive mediocrity, because they simply don't know, or remember a time when fragrances were any better.

Designers are really just investors anyway, more concerned with their rate of return than in the creation of art, or even quality.

If this business model spills over into the fashion and clothing industries, we're really screwed!

And just so you know, I'm only 33. So these aren't the grumbles of a jaded grandma!

Ok, I'm done now. *sighs*


I absolutely and whole-heaterdly agree with Joao, who complained about flankers.


Perfume companies are just getting much too complacent and all they do is spew flanker after flank after flanker. Come on, guys! Get off your lazy bums and get creative. Don't tell me they don't have the money for it!

In my opinion, this is sure laziness on their part. Take a scent, add a different ingredient or two, make slight changes to the packaging, and voila, a "novelty."



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