Winter Girl Perfume

Everyone knows who is at least a little bit interested in stylistics that there are 4 main color types, which are determined by the color and shade of hair, skin and iris. The most contrasting color type is winter, which combines either jet black or platinum hair, a bright iris and a cold skin tone. But blond girls are much less common in this category, and therefore the brunette is considered the “classic” representative of winter, not the blonde.

Choosing a perfume for such a contrasting and vibrant woman is not easy if we want to emphasize this natural trait of a vamp woman — it must be rich, enveloping, even to some extent with a touch of passion. However, the choice of fragrance, of course, depends on personal taste, and in this article we will only select those fragrances that will be in harmony with the style and image of the winter girl.

Muscs Koublai Khan by Serge Lutens

This is a truly ambiguous fragrance, because it is created not only for women, but also for men. To emphasize the common nature of the stronger and the weaker sex, perfumer Christopher Sheldrake resorted to combinations that are unexpected for modern perfumery, which combine animal strength and tenderness. It was created in 1998 and since then it has been ambiguously perceived by many, but those who fell in love with it at first sight remain true after such a long time.

Top notes: french labdanum, civet

Middle notes: rose, cumin, ambrette

Base notes: vanilla, natural musk, patchouli

Muscs Koublai Khan by Serge Lutens

Jungle L’Elephant by Kenzo

This spicy oriental fragrance suits not only the winter color type, but also the season — its warming plume is as relevant as possible on frosty days. The fragrance was released in 1996 and then made a splash in the world of perfumery. It combines feminine, gentle and warm notes.

Top notes: cardamom, cloves, mandarin

Middle notes: heliotrope, ylang-ylang, mango, licorice

Base notes: patchouli, amber, vanilla

Jungle L'Elephant by Kenzo

Lyric Woman Amouage by Amouage

The 2008 fragrance Lyric Woman Amouage is full of floral and oriental notes. He has a rich composition with velvet shades — just right for a chic stranger. It also has a veil of mysticism thanks to the combination of incense, bergamot and Egyptian vetiver.

Top notes: cinnamon, ginger, bergamot, green cardamom

Middle notes: Nepalese rose, jasmine, ylang-ylang, angelica, iris, geranium

Base notes: Musk, Oakmoss, Frankincense, Egyptian Vetiver, Tonka Bean, Sandalwood, Patchouli

Lyric Woman Amouage by Amouage

Sicily by Dolce & Gabbana

Perfumer Natalie Lorson has created a wonderful, bright and feminine fragrance for the famous brand with rich exotic shades and a delicate train.

Top notes: honeysuckle, banana, bergamot, orange blossom

Middle notes: hibiscus, jasmine, hyacinth, nutmeg, rose

Base notes: heliotrope, musk, sandalwood

Dolce & Gabbana

Fame by Lady Gaga

The extravagant perfume from the outrageous singer was released in 2012 and received very mixed reviews — some blame him for being too harsh, others for simplicity, and still others simply fell in love with him and left enthusiastic exclamations.

Top notes: orchid, belladonna

Middle notes: honey, jasmine

Base notes: incense, saffron, apricot

Lady Gaga

Angel by Thierry Mugler

The angelic name and the bottle hide a real firework behind them — a bright, rich and even sometimes sharp aroma. It is very sexy, voluminous and sensual due to the successful combination of notes of different tones. This perfume was created back in 1992 and still has not lost its popularity — Oliver Cresp and Yves de Chirin created a real work of art.

Top notes: coconut, tangerine, melon, jasmine, bergamot, cotton candy, chinese cassia

Middle notes: blackberry, plum, apricot, honey, peach, jasmine, orchid, lily of the valley, red berries, Nepalese rose

Base notes: amber, musk, patchouli, tonka bean, vanilla, dark chocolate, caramel

Angel by Thierry Mugler

The One by Dolce & Gabbana

This fragrance was released in 2006 and has remained popular ever since, so women who prefer to be unique may prefer a different, rarer fragrance.

Top notes: peach, bergamot, lychee, mandarin

middle notes: jasmine, lily of the valley, white lily, plum

Base notes: vanilla, vetiver, musk, amber

The One

Poison Hypnotic by Dior

This iconic fragrance has become almost a symbol of passion and is perfect for bright brunettes. Many consider it too rich and sweet, but if you follow the dosage, then the result is a fragrance that sounds very gentle and elegant.

Top notes: coconut, apricot, plum

Middle notes: jasmine, tuberose, caraway, lily of the valley, rose

Base notes: musk, almond, vanilla, sandalwood

Poison Hypnotic

Addict by Dior

This modern oriental fragrance was launched in 2012. Perfumer Francois Demachi created a delicate, fresh (which is not typical for oriental perfumes) and at the same time rich fragrance.

Top notes: tangerine tree, silk albizia

Middle notes: queen of the night

Base notes: vanilla