Pros:Pretty, long lasting, worth the cost
The Bottom Line: Though it cost a bit more than some perfumes, I think it is worth it. It last a long time and has a most pleasant unique scent
Since this is my second favorite perfume, I thought I should get something on here that let you know my thoughts on this very sensual perfume. (Eau de Toilette)
For me, I feel that Chanel's Coco Mademoiselle is more for evening wear instead of something you'd want to experience first thing in the morning. It can be a bit over-powering if you put too much on.
Some people can wear perfume any time of day and get by with it. I am not one of those people with anything other than my one and only Eau de Merveilles.
Orange, Bergamot, Grapefruit
Litchi, Rose, Italian Jasmine
Indonesian Patchouli, Haitian Vetiver, Bourbon Vanilla, White Musk
Coco Mademoiselle by Chanel was launched in 2001 by Perfumer Jacques Polge.
Coco Mademoiselle can get a bit pricey ranging from about $70 for 3.4 ounce up to about $125... it just all depends where you go so please search many places and don't settle for Sephora. They can be the worse ones for price.
You can also get the lotion (which I have right now) and soap, powder, etc. The lotion cost me $54 at Dillards.
This perfume sort of reminds me of a cactus bite. Odd huh? I don't really know how else to describe that. My senses have a stingy feeling when I take a deep breath of Coco M. But it's a good thing. Cactus don't bite but they can stick you hard. I mean to describe all those little hair like pricklies you see on a cactus. Enough of that. I'm making a mess of my thoughts.
It is somewhat flowery but mostly Patchouli. I love that. Reminds me of the 70's to which I certainly must be stuck in.
It is very pretty smelling. It is graceful and sophisticated. It last a good long time. Up toward 8 hours. You can wear it out and still smell it the next morning. Don't worry. It isn't a smell that gets old. It's fabulous. You'll enjoy it.
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