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Friday, April 13, 2012

Rave: Chanel Coco Mademoiselle

Can I just say I have been obsessed with the brand Chanel ever since I was a little thing dying to get a Cambon bag. Coco Chanel has been my idol for the longest time. The creator of the Little Black Dress? Hello, what a diva! Unfortunately, the only things I can really afford from Chanel are their beauty products. 
The bag I attempted to save money for in high school. (It was a fail! haha)

One of their beauty products I am in love with is the perfume Coco Mademoiselle. This scent is absolutely amazing. Ever since I smelled it on one of my cousins, I knew I had to have it. Although I love it, Coco Mademoiselle probably isn’t a scent for everyone. I know I’m not the greatest at describing perfume scents, so I’m not going to even try. Instead I’ll give you the notes that are in the perfume. 

Top Notes
Middle Notes
LitchiRoseItalian Jasmine
Base Notes

I don’t know what half of these notes smell like on their own, but the combined smell altogether is delicious! It is a stronger scent and I would consider more elderly. I think it’s the perfect perfume to wear during the evening. Every time I go downtown I love to spray some on my pulse points. One thing that I love about this perfume is that it literally lasts on me the whole night. It’s amazing!

Like I said before I’m not the greatest at describing scents, but I feel this is a scent that is too unique to describe regardless. What I do know is that everyone may not like this scent like I mentioned before, so I would suggest trying it out at a Chanel counter. All I can say is that I love this perfume. It is easily one of my favorites.

I’m on my last few sprits in the bottle and since I know the price for this perfume ranges and can get really expensive, I’ll probably ask for it for my birthday!

This perfume for me is literally the epitome of classiness!



As Coco Chanel put it, "A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous."

Have you every smelled Coco Mademoiselle? What’s your favorite perfume? 

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