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Kenzo Amour by Kenzo Review

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Kenzo Amour by Kenzo Review
Kenzo Amour, despite taking inspiration from Asian destinations, does not feel that different at all. We can appreciate it for the comforting notes such as rice steam, but even the non-conventional notes are easy to like. It feels linear and the vanilla may be too sweet, but otherwise this is easy to wear in most days. Be careful not to overdo the application though as it can still pack quite a sillage.
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Very calming, perhaps due to the rice steam
Inoffensive even with incense dark woodsy accords
Easy to wear and very pleasant
Average sillage and performance
Not exotic as marketing may imply
The vanilla might be too sweet for some

Kenzo Amour is what came to be after Daphne Bugey traveled to Indonesia. It instills images of the tropical destination, but without being offensive. Olivier Cresp teamed up with Bugey to create Amour in 2006. The notes are listed as white tea, rice steam, cherry blossom, heliotrope, frangipani, vanilla, white musk, thanaka wood and frankincense.

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