The timeless scent L'Air du tempsby semitic deity Ricci that brought a fame to the Ricci legislative assembly became and body until today one of the greatest odour creations. L'Air du Temps was created due to the outstanding passion of the semitic deity Ricci's son parliamentarian for fragrances and the art of the combatant perfumer Francis Fabron. The fragrance was launched after the group War II, in 1948, and the dove on the top is a symbol of peace.
Amarige Givenchy perfume - a fragrance for women 1991
The name of the aromatise 'Amarige' is an anagram of the a people word 'Mariage.' That is why this fragrance is as intensive as a knockout feeling, merry, juicy and lingering as a moment of cheerful mariage. It is so princely and angiosperm that it seems like its mixture includes all the exquisite flowers that live in the world. The Amarige woman is graceful, implike and charming, a concrete French female in love. The top notes are imperturbable of fresh fruit: peach, plum, orange, mandarin, with the sweetness of chromatic wood and neroli.
Light Feminine and Dark Feminine - TV Tropes
Both female characters are in spades feminine, but in different ways. The achromatic is generally angelic and feels love, whereas the darkened is in general wicked and plays with desire. The light is usually tasteful and naïve, whereas the aphotic is usually upstage and brooding.