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It might smell better on others, my skin can really bring out sweetness and sharp chemical notes in perfumes sometimes, which is why I gravitate towards softer, more natural perfumes, but this seriously smells like something you'd find at the drugstore to me. Which I guess is great if it works on you, but it just prolonged my misery lol. I can imagine it being basically the above, with stronger mid to base notes and less top notes.

Just be warned, if you're looking for a soft vanilla-floral, this is NOT it. Warm, sweet and comfortable yellow flowers and vanilla scent with a touch of almond blossom. But I'm looking for reviews from people who have tried it!

When I joined Fragrantica years ago this perfume was lauded on all over the forums. The opening sucks you in with the sour tang of a juicy citric fruit in the same way that Versace Bright Crystal does (is that the peony/citrus combo? The opening note stays for an impressively long time but the transition to base is kind of awkward. Cinema is a very special scent, the top notes kind of sparkle (the pop of paparazzi flash bulbs) delicious clementine orange and almond followed by musky vanilla and jasmine (the long sensual walk down the red carpet) which leads to the delicious amber benzoin base (exclusive after party) the silage is great, I am enveloped an a soft vanilla amber cloud... Update after wearing: After I've worn this a while and it reaches it's dry down, it becomes a much warmer scent, almost cozy. I'm very pleased to have picked this up for a heavily discounted price, bottle is just stunning. Its a true floral oriental, what I would call early 90s floral oriental.

It was such a hit that I went all over my smallish town specifically to seek it out and to my dismay I never found it. The similarities to Versace bright crystal stop when the spicy soft vanilla is revealed, but before the dry down is reached the note seems a bit dusty. Cinema is definitly a new favorite for me, I can strongly smell the Jacques Cavallier touch in this one reminding me of why he is one of my favorite noses. It's still nice, it's just probably not going to be a summer fragrance for me. Its a very safe bet as a gift or for office wear, you please many and offend none. Its rich, full of jasmine and vanilla and those are my two favorite things ever in the fragrance.

A friend recently sent me a sample and I like this a lot but I never see it recommended on the boards anymore. I bought this perfume in the winter, and I wasn't crazy about it. I would recommend for over 25's but that's only my opinion. scent 7 / 10 Bottle 9 /10 I tried it WAY back when it was still widely available in stores and remembered liking it but never bought it. on me it lasts and lasts, I can smell it for hours after I apply.

I notice that fragrances that get the "love" vote on Fragrantica are often atomic bombs of perfumes, some of us are just have more delicate sensibilities ;) My very good friend says that Elle and Cinema are both perfumes for bigger size women.

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No, it is not a daytime perfume, it is a very big "hommage" perfume, not only for glamorous girls but also for girls who admire glamorous girls. It opens up mildly citrusy and with a soft bouquet of flowers, vanilla almonds and amber soon follows. Why oh why didn't I buy a bottle when it was readily available? However...in minutes the scent has almost vanished !!!There is a very urban and trench-coat feel to it, very old times feel to it, buy it and wear it now, in September, October and November- when the new releases hit the movie theaters (nobody goes to cinema during summer in my country). Since I have never smelled this before, I don't know what is missing. Does remind me of the long-gone Trouble..lighter..??? I was expecting a soft, citrusy, slightly gourmand vanilla-like maybe a 2000s version of Dior Poison Girl?

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I was thinking it's orange but I see it's has Jasmine but a has other flowers too but it's not very flowery.flowers are light and beautiful. I love your juicy clementine, your warm sweet almond, and your lovely vanilla accords! Instead of discontinuing it they should have readvertised, remarketed it or start promoting it more. If anyone from ysl happens to see this, think about bringing it back with a huge ad campaign to get people to notice it!!!! It takes so little dose to smell it all over you and lasts for hours.Publicado: 2 de junho de 2011 por @OFim Esta Aqui em Solidão Tags:alone, bate, bate-papo, batepapo, bitch, black, chat, computador, eternamente, forever, forte, guy, msn, papo, sexy, sexybitch, solidão, sozinho, tristeza, ugly, uol A solidão é para os fortes meu… " data-medium-file="https://youque.files.wordpress.com/2011/06/130706156850.png? This dries down to an aldehydic white floral which bears some similarity to Chanel No5 (due to the aldehydes), but is peachier, in a sophisticated way, and more modern. Could suit any age - the fruitiness keeps it youthful, but the aldehydes give it a classic feel. For me, Cinema is a fairly simple citrus-vanilla-amber fragrance - I don't really get much of the floral - but its simplicity is what makes it so graceful. She's dependable, unbreakable, genuine to the bitter end, and does it all in bold lipstick and pumps.The EDP comes off as strong, generic citrus for the first few minutes, but quickly dries down to warm creamy vanilla, with freshness and sweetness from the clementine and powdery white musk in its final stages. It's really quite sweet and syrupy, it almost reminds me of some sort of liqueur, maybe Amaretto with the almond note...I guess I will have to hunt down a place to test it out of the "real" bottle tester to compare to mine...??? I really was happy with the scent...I will try again.. Nope, this has a very sharp chemical/synthetic edge and it's so very syrupy. Has anyone tried the discontinued parfum concentrate of Cinema?