Allure Chanel Perfume
Allure woman, a natural seduction
Success is immediate for a perfume that is still as fashionable as ever. In 1996, the perfume for women “Allure” was born. A woman is said to have good looks when a natural harmony is created between her clothes and her attitude. This is what the perfume for women “Allure” represents. Like the elegance of Gabrielle Chanel, “Allure” translates feminine seduction.
Allure, a state of mind
More than a perfume, “Allure” is a real state of mind. Imagined in 1996, the perfume “Allure” is revisited by the famous perfumer Jacques Polge to reaffirm the values of the house of Chanel, simplicity, elegance, modernity, and freedom. “Allure” is inspired by the fundamentals, an idea of beauty whose vocabulary Mademoiselle Coco has reinvented. “Allure” is presence, evidence, singularity. Indefinable but so moving, “Allure” is the scent of a radiant, authentic woman that we notice thanks to her natural presence. Like Chanel clothing, “Allure” begs to be worn. Regarding its perfume, the house of Chanel affirms, “There are as many allures as there are women…”. This is why “Allure” harmonizes six different facets in its composition.
Allure, floral, fruity and oriental notes
“Allure” represents the charm, elegance, and charisma of women. “Allure” is, however, different from the other perfumes because it does not know the traditional evolution of the top notes towards the base notes. “Allure” consists of six facets that correspond to each other. The first is fresh and biting and full of Calabrian lemon. The second facet is fruity and consists of Sicilian mandarin. Another side is filled with jasmine. Another revolves around notes of water lily, magnolia, and honeysuckle. Then, another facet incorporates vetiver, which can release its woody scents. Finally, the oriental facet takes precedence with the sensuality of Bourbon vanilla. With “Allure,” the Chanel woman is a simple but sophisticated woman, discreet but refined. Each Chanel perfume is unique,
First created in 1996, “Allure” is a state of mind. It reveals elegance, chic, and femininity, according to Gabrielle Chanel. Recently revisited, “Allure” reaffirms the values of the house of Chanel and takes on a dose of modernity. Combining six different facets, “Allure” is by turns fruity, floral, or oriental. “Allure” is charismatic because it imposes its style beyond fashion.
Released in 1996, “ Allure ”is the olfactory representation of elegance, according to Gabrielle Chanel. Indeed, Mademoiselle has always had an exact idea of the look. According to her, the allure is an elegant silhouette, natural and above all without artifice. If the allure is something totally indefinable, it is no less irresistible. “Allure” will therefore be an ultra-elegant, seductive essence, but all-natural. Because there are as many women as there are looks, Jacques Polge has developed his composition around six facets.
Allure, a great success from perfumer Jacques Polge
In 1996, Jacques Polge, the appointed perfumer of the Chanel house, produced “Allure.” He took over from Henri Robert in 1978. Always very discreet, Jacques Polge says, “I don’t know how to talk about my job.” His first creation, and not the least, was “Coco,” a worldwide success. Jacques Polge had the difficult task of perpetuating the spirit and tradition of the house of Chanel while giving it a breath of modernity. Her first perfume, “Coco,” was a real way to pay tribute to the great “Mademoiselle,” who was also called “Coco.” With this tribute, Jacques Polge rose to the top of Chanel creations, and he remained there for a very long time since he retired in 2012. It is now his son, Olivier Polge, who succeeded him … believe that in the Polge family, talent is transmitted through genes … We owe to Jacques Polge magnificent perfumes such as “Egoïste,” “Bleu de Chanel” or even “N ° 19 Poudré”.
The 6 facets of Allure by CHANEL
Jacques Polge wanted to create “Allure” in 6 facets, which will make a result distinct from one woman to another… This is why “Allure” does not know the natural evolution of top notes to base notes. The first facet of “Allure” is meant to be fresh and biting, mainly thanks to the citrus note of Calabrian lemon. The second facet is fruity, particularly thanks to the Sicilian mandarin. The third facet will be floral and we will find jasmine there. The fourth facet is also floral, but with a green aspect, as it contains water lily, honeysuckle, and magnolia. The water lily is an aquatic plant that grows on the surface of the water. If the water lily is little used in the perfumery, it gives off a floral scent that is sweet and sensual but with vegetal tones. Honeysuckle is used in many female compositions. It offers suave tones with jasmine and orange accents but also vegetal and honeyed notes. The fifth facet will be woody, mainly thanks to Haitian vetiver. Vetiver has been known and used since ancient times. In perfumery, vetiver is a masculine ingredient par excellence because it brings a great dose of virility. Haitian vetiver offers more woody tones than traditional vetiver, even a little smoky. Finally, the last facet will be oriental, we will discover in particular Bourbon vanilla. You should know that the composition of Jacques Polge is a composition not only elegant but really balanced.