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Flowerbomb by Viktor&Rolf Review

Flowerbomb by Viktor & Rolf Review 1

September 2022 Sales (LATEST)

Flowerbomb by Viktor&Rolf Review
Flowerbomb may conjure an image of a rush of flowers, but the perfume is not quite that. It starts strong but it is more citrusy and fruity than floral, and the hints of blooms only come some time after. Patchouli and musk complete the scent, and these further subside the floral notes. The Flowerbomb is not made to be revolutionary—but while Viktor&Rolf succeeds in making this a less than memorable perfume, it is actually not as bad as it sounds. Flowerbomb is easy to wear, but it just doesn’t excite the senses.
Reader Rating1 Vote
A safe scent you can wear if you’re not into florals
Has above average longevity
Feminine and smooth, generally inoffensive
Patchouli is less explosive than usual
Forgettable; identical with many other perfumes
Price is considerably higher than scents with similar profiles

Viktor&Rolf’s inaugural fragrance is the Flowerbomb, created by a team of three: Olivier Polge, Domitille Berthier and Carlos Benaim. The bottle designed by Fabien Baron fits the name even though the effect is underwhelming. Also available in EDT, it is the scent to pick when you’re feeling agitated or torn on what to wear for work.

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