Fragrance Type: Eau de Parfum (EDP) typically contains a higher concentration of fragrance oils compared to Eau de Toilette (EDT), making it a longer-lasting and more intense scent.
Fragrance Description (as of my last update): La Colle Noire by Christian Dior was inspired by the designer's beloved château in Grasse, France. It was designed to capture the essence of the beautiful May Rose fields that surround the estate.
- Top Notes: The initial impression when you apply the fragrance, often consisting of lighter, more volatile notes. Common top notes in floral fragrances might include citrus, fruits, or green accords.
- Heart Notes: The middle or heart of the fragrance, which emerges after the top notes have evaporated. For a rose-inspired fragrance like La Colle Noire, heart notes may include various floral notes, with the focus likely on May Rose, which is highly regarded in perfumery.
- Base Notes: The foundation of the fragrance, which emerges as the top and heart notes dissipate. Base notes are typically deeper and more long-lasting. They may include woody, musky, or resinous notes.
Unisex or Gender Notes: If the fragrance is described as unisex, it often means it is formulated to be appealing to people of any gender, with a balanced blend of notes that are not overly masculine or feminine.