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L'eau Serge Lutens. Serge Lutens.
Perfumer: Serge Lutens.
Notes: aldehydes, citrus, magnolia, white mint, clary sage, ozonic notes and musk.
Serge Lutens wanted to create the “anti-perfume” in a classic (and pricy) way, but is it really worth the money?
"L'eau" opens as it ends; there's no lemon, no bergamot or anything citrusy at all. Instead I only get a airy note like clean cotton freshly ironed.
There is not soapiness in it neither obvious floral notes. Instead I only detect a green soft note around (mint?). The first impression is not very positive. Not fresh, soft, clean and too natural to be an antiperfume.
The fragrance is linear, minimal. Well, to my nose, it's totally neutral.
"Leau de Serge Lutens" is literally a inoffesive, plain (even mediocre), close to skin cologne.
So, what's the point?, who want to pay a high priced experiment in anti-perfumery especially when you can find out there in the market cheaper and definitely more interesting concepts?
The longlasting is bad; the perfume disappears in 20-30 mins without a trace.
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