The coming spring is significant not only with newly presented makeup options and with garments, but also with a very spectacular drive of charming and luxurious fragrance variants. One of them is the breathtaking Nina Ricci La Tentation de Nina fragrance, which is promised to be so sweet and ‘delicious’ that anyone smelling it might want to eat it! This is no longer surprising if we learn that this perfume is a result of collaboration between perfumer Olivier Cresp and Vincent Lemains, the master chef of the famous Parisian patisserie Ladurée. This teamwork also resulted in presenting the new line of Ladurée macaroons named Nina.
As we learn from the description, the new Nina Ricci fragrance is a more mature variant of the options presented in this array of the original Nina fragrances, which have been amazing us since 2006. The outcome of the hard and quite considerably long work of these two creative personalities is a scent, which is spectacular both in taste and smell sense aspects. And in spite of being devoted to delicious macaroon, this perfume is less sweet and overwhelmed more with personality statements.
The components of the Nina Ricci La Tentation de Nina perfume start with some citrusy notes put with bergamot, then continued with the most delicious and appealing part, being the raspberry, almond, Bulgarian rose and lemon, and finished up with the sweetest and soft tones of vanilla, sandalwood, and musk for the best results. So this way we have an unforgettable scent that will turn you into a real cutie pie, and all those surrounding you will be just delighted with this tasteful and creative choice of yours. To sum up the main tones, we can also present them as:
• Top notes: bergamot
• Heart: Nina macaroon (raspberry, almond, Bulgarian rose, lemon)
• Base: vanilla, sandalwood, musk
Thus, January 2014 is the long-awaited date for us, when the Nina Ricci La Tentation de Nina perfume will finally be available and ready to help us produce a super effective impression for our spring looks.
Photos courtesy of Fragrantica