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Vent Vert by Balmain Review

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Vent Vert by Balmain Review
This more recent take on Vent Vert makes it easier to wear on most occasions, but it also runs the risk of feeling bland. It is less sharp and intense than its predecessors, although both sillage and performance are good especially in colder weather. The scent is still dominated by green notes as this is true to the name, but the addition of florals makes the sharpness more tolerable to the nose. Expectations must be leveled, however—despite sharing similar elements, it smells different from the original.
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We find the scent to retain the green quality that made it memorable, but less sharp
The floral accords softens the fragrance for us
The reformulation is easier to wear today
Above average lasting power
May feel bland for some
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Vent Vert was originally released in 1945 and was made by Germaine Cellier for Balmain, but it was reintroduced a few more times in recent memory. It is remembered for being among the first of modern green scents, which we are finding more of today. Its ingredients include citruses as well as oakmoss, neroli, hyacinth, galbanum, musk, basil, cedar and vetiver.

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