Lalique Satine Perfume Review
Lalique is a French luxury brand that has been synonymous with elegance and sophistication for over a century. One of their most popular fragrances Satine, which has been designed to capture the sensuality of satin and the modern woman who never stops moving. This seductive fragrance has been inspired by the elegance and grace of satin, with notes that are both comforting and captivating. In this review, we'll take a closer look at what makes this perfume so special and why it's worth adding to your collection
- Perfumer: Nathalie Thorson
- Year launched: 20113
- Scent Accord: Amber Woody
- Perfume Gender: Feminine
- Top notes: Opens with Jasmine, Gardenia, and Heliotrope
- Middle notes: At the heart of the fragrance lies Pink Pepper, Vanilla, and Tonka Bean
- Base notes: At the base, Vetiver, Patchouli, and Sandalwood
- Longevity: 7 hours plus
- Sillage: Strong
- Projection: Moderate
The packaging of Satine is elegant and luxurious, with a glass round bottle that has pleats all around it in a swirl. The bottle has a silver cap and the name of the perfume is written in a black circle at the heart, which adds to its elegance
Lalique Satine is a unique fragrance that opens with an unsweetened almond note that gives off a hypnotic poison vibe. The heliotrope note is also prominent in the opening, providing a vanilla-esque and ambiguous floral freshness. As the fragrance develops, a soft powdery note emerges after about 20 minutes. The sandalwood and powderiness combine to create a soft incense feel in the dry down that reminds one of nag champa.
Although the fragrance is marketed as a feminine scent, it has a very unisex musky aroma. There is a hint of vanilla that adds sweetness to the fragrance, but it's not as feminine or lactonic as one might expect. The smokiness in the fragrance adds depth and complexity, making it a well-rounded scent.
As the fragrance evolves on the skin, it moves away from the initial similarity to Mon Guerlain and takes on a new direction. It's more comparable to Sun by Jil Sander or Rochas Mademoiselle Couture. The tonka gives off a minty toothpaste-like accord when combined with heliotrope. The mintiness creates a cool-toned vanilla scent that is less warm than expected. The scent is not overwhelming and sits close to the skin, giving off a soft and fresh vanilla scent that is pleasant.
For those who enjoy Joop Le Bain, Satine is a must-try. Although Satine is more minty, floral, sweet, and powdery than Joop, Joop is warmer, dustier, and rounder. The vintage bookstore feel in Joop is more prominent than in Satine. Both fragrances are soft and comforting, but if one had to choose, Joop would be the go-to fragrance due to its well-rounded and well-developed scent profile.
Overall, Lalique Satine is a unique and well-crafted fragrance that is worth trying. It may not be the most feminine or complex scent, but it's a soft and comforting vanilla fragrance with a subtle musky aroma that is suitable for all genders.
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