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Dylan Blue Pour Femme by Versace Review

Versace Dylan Blue Pour Femme by Versace Review 1

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Dylan Blue Pour Femme by Versace Review
It is a pity that the bottle is the best thing that Versace Dylan Blue Pour Femme has at its disposal; to us, the fragrance is anything but elegant and can occasionally come off as harsh to the nose. The opening is promising with its calming effect but not long after leads to a mix of florals that feel like they are assaulting the senses. The musk does very little to balance this, and the fruity notes even less helpful. And while it is sharp for scents with similar profiles, Dylan Blue Pour Femme does not also make for a good bolder scent. It’s a missed opportunity, this one.
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Very elegant bottle
Opening is comforting and smooth
We feel that the scent is generic
Clean in a way similar to household products
Smells sharper than desired, especially for sweet, fruity scents

Donatella Versace dedicates the Dylan Blue Pour Femme to the strong, self-aware woman who knows how to wield her power and her sensuality. It was released in 2017 in a lovely, deep blue bottle that came with gold accents, including one modeled after the Medusa logo. Designed by perfumer Calice Becker, the scent lists the following as its notes: apple, forget-me-not, blackcurrant, petalia, jasmine, eglantine rose, peach, patchouli, and musk. It is made available as a eau de parfum in 30 ml, 50 ml and 100 ml.

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