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Bellodgia by Caron Review

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Bellodgia by Caron Review
It is not unheard of for many to find classic scents overwhelming. In Bellodgia’s case, it is no exception, but its legacy makes the reaction it receives matter very little. This is a strong fragrance that starts off sweet and becomes richer with florals and spice. But its strength also matches its sophistication, with animalic and green parts to pay attention to. This is not for everyone—others may find it dirty and dated.
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A potent and rich scent for us, done with sophistication
The floral notes play well with its peppery vibe
Green as well as animalic
Good sillage and longevity
We think that this might smell too old-fashioned for some
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Bellodgia is a fragrance that has been released some years short of a century now. From Caron, it was first introduced in 1927, with perfumer Ernest Daltroff taking inspiration on the town of Bellagio in Italy. The perfume, aimed for women, has enjoyed popularity among American ladies. The ingredients for the scent include lemon, carnation, bergamot, pimento, nutmeg, rose, jasmine, ylang ylang, lily of the valley, violet, orris, clove, sandalwood, musk and vetiver.

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