Technique Indiscrete perfume reviews
Plaisir D’ Amour, Sainte Extase, Paname Paname & Veloutine are the last 4 Technique Indiscrete perfumes I sampled from the line. Overall I must say I’m quite impressed; all of them are wonderfully blended with a common touch and feeling much like a signature that makes them part of an extraordinary extended family.
Notes: Bergamot, Kumquat, Jasmin, Fleur d'Oranger, Rose, Lilly of the Valley, Vetiver, Patchouli, Musc, Chypre Accent.
A soft opening with sparkling citruses and innocent white flowers, bright and fresh that evoke the feeling of spring and cleanliness. Soon, however, a darker side appears, a mysterious drydown full on patchouli, woods and musk that stay close to the skin and transform the scent to a sweet chypre.
Notes: Green notes, Wildflowers, Cistus from Spain, Cloves, Precious Woods, Texas Cedar, Tree Moss, Vetiver Haiti
Beautiful labdanum based perfume, sprinkled with greens notes and light flowers at the beginning for good measure and a deep and rich heart and drydown, an ode to nature and the deeps woods.
Notes: Bergamot, Green Mandarin, Cumin, Jasmin, Lotus, Apple Cake, Vetiver, Moss de Bois, White Musk, Amber, Chypre Accent.
Extraordinary! A perfect scent for time travelling to some decades ago when you used your perfume to make a statement and leave an unforgettable impression. Sweet and rich, it almost penetrates the air with its flowers and fruits and its drydown is strong and long lasting full of precious woods and a musky mossy touch.
Notes: Violet leaves, Red Fruits, Violet, Rose, Leather, Musk
A beautiful bright strawberry rose with floating violets and juicy fruits finished off in leather and musk. If you like violets dressed in leather with a hint of rose this is the perfect perfume for you.