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Chanel Chance Eau Fraiche Review

Hi blog, long time no see. I took a break from the blog because I was having the hardest time coming up with content in these long, cold winter months. My creativity and inspiration left me. Not being able to travel or really go anywhere inside without a mask, makes it very hard. Also, the constant snow and decreasing temperatures makes it extra hard to take pictures outside. I am so glad we are almost out of February, and onto March. I cannot wait for spring and summer. Today, I wanted to give a review on my favorite fragrance at the moment, Chanel Chance Eau Fraiche.

Launched in 2007 by Jacques Polge. Top notes are Lemon, Cedar and Citron. Middle notes are Water Hyacinth, Pink Pepper and Jasmine. Base notes are Patchouli, White Musk, Vetiver, Teak Wood, Iris and Amber. This fragrance is best for spring and summer, but I honestly have been wearing it in the winter time too {when I bought it}. I will put it on in the morning, and people around me can still smell it in the evening. When I first put it on, it is so fresh and airy wrapped with woody undertones. Once it dries down I notice more of the floral scents like jasmine, white musk and iris. I also have noticed it stays on my clothes and hair throughout the day as well. When I put it on, I will squirt 4 sprays on me.

Scent: 9/10

Longevity: 9/10

Projection: 9/10

Value: 9/10

Simply put, I love this scent. You need to smell it for yourself to see. It lasts at least 8 hours on me. I always get so many compliments and people notice when I wear it, and it is a great value for the price it is sold at. I have it linked above if you would like to purchase and try it out for yourself!




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