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I might have to warm up to it a little bit because I’m not sure if I like it yet. The year was 1988, it was my first job, I was young, precocious and willing to try anything in life, the senior MD’s wife came in one day to check if I was a competitor for her husband.He was mid 40s, Of course not to me, but obviously a threat for her. Lou Lou was an odd, hesitant 'love at first sniff'.It comes in a cardboard outer box, painted in red flowers and colorful vegetation, against very dark forest decor.Read more about Lou Lou Cacharel in Loulou – The Fragrance of Pandora's Box Lou Lou was launched in 1987. Incense, cinnamon and heavy florals, that’s all I get.I think this might be a great warm-weather scent for me.I am relatively new to fragrance as a hobby and sad to say that the more I read on this website, the more I realise I have not got an especially good "nose".The spray on paper test just didn't showcase her multi facets and dry down elegance. At first, the strong incense and plum notes made me think that Lou Lou was just a watered down version of Poison, but she's so much more.Based on all the positive reviews, I wanted to give Lou Lou a second chance - a real test - so I purchased a decent sized sample and used the whole lot up today. The dry down is gorgeously floral, tempered by the incense.
It's dated, but if you like vintage style perfumes, this won't disappoint you. I like this one, but I would say that Petit Bisou by Paris Elysées is better than this reformulation.
Just as an odd coincidence (speaking of Elizabeth Taylor fragrances), I've just put on my scarf which has the lingering scent of White Diamonds Parfum. They do share some notes, but I never would have thought to blend Lou Lou and White Diamonds. A complex, tumultuous fragrance, a field of magnetic force, really intoxicating! But it was warm today where I live (in the low 70s) and I went outside, and I started getting wafts of this gorgeous powdery vanilla...
Together on skin I think they would be too much, but with only a faint whiff of WD on clothing, this is lovely. Iconic, I dare to say that there are no more powerful fragrances like this ... Not too sweet, not gourmand at all, just warm and slightly sexy, and I loved it!
I actually thought on first smell and based on the reviews that I must have got a spoilt bottle.
I drove to my local Boots store to smell the current formulation and to my surprise whilst there were discernible differences, it was definitely close.