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Shalimar Eau de Parfum by Guerlain Review

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Shalimar Eau de Parfum by Guerlain Review
Shalimar is indisputably one of perfumery’s most memorable fragrances. This Guerlain creation checks off all the things necessary for a classic scent: it remains distinct despite the number of fragrances that it has influenced, including its flankers. Shalimar is also rich and full, not skimping on power and performance. Although not necessary, we think that it also has in it something that could appeal to men for their own use. It’s not for everyone though and may need more time to fully appreciate.
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A classic with an appeal that transcends time
We think that the smell is not exclusive to women
Plush and refined, truly radiant
Excellent performance and sillage
One that has to be worn with care
Not an instant people pleaser, takes a refined nose sometimes to fully appreciate

Very few match the legacy of Shalimar, save perhaps Chanel’s very own No. 5. It was based off of history’s most celebrated romances that bore a beautiful landmark, the Taj Mahal. Shalimar takes its name after one of the gardens on the mausoleum, which is said to be the favorite of the royal’s beloved. Created accidentally by Jacques Guerlain in 1925, the scent boasts of lemon, jasmine, bergamot, rose, opoponax, vanilla, tonka bean, iris, gray amber and Peru balsam.

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