Estée Lauder: Top 5 Recommendations For Women

Estée Lauder: Top 5 Recommendations For Women
 
 
“Estée Lauder” began its journey in the year 1946. Joseph and Estee Lauder were the people who birthed the brand. The enterprise worked and still fills into the belief that every woman is beautiful and their aim was to lend a hand in enhancing that through their line of products ranging from skin care, cosmetics and perfumes. One of the first perfumes launched by the company was their fragrance for women  “Youth Dew” in the form of a bath oil that would double up as a perfume. Youth Dew pursues to be one of the best sellers from the label even till today. In the year 1964, they introduced “Aramis” a line of fragrance & grooming products for men.
Here are some top recommendations from this fragrance line for Women :
 
Estée Lauder Pleasures :

The perfume is designed to suit “every woman in every season and at every moment”. It is a delightful blend of floral notes. It’s an exotic mixture of jasmine, lilies and peonies. The scent reflects on every woman’s desire on living a cheerful life. The perfume is more like a rich bouquet of fresh flowers. Lilac’s in the snow, like grandmother’s fresh soap. It ought to be very dated and classic perfumery smell. The scent proves to be a bit warm at the opening then powdery. It is definitely a good choice for spring. The musk, sandalwood and cedar together provide a discreet base.
Top Notes : Pink Pepper, Tuberose, Violet, Freesia, Green Notes, Red Berries and Violet Leaf
Middle Notes : Lilac, Peony, Rose, Lily, Geranium, Karo Karounde, Lily of the valley and Jasmine
Base Notes : Musk, Cedar, Patchouli and Sandalwood
Classification : Floral
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Estée Lauder Sensuous :

Estée Lauder Sensuous was created to induce the warm, aesthetic self in women. The feeling of the scent is warm, luminous and very luxurious. The main accords in the scent are floral, woody and fresh spicy at the same time. It is a compilation of rich core amber and woods blending with pepper and honey. The scent melts into the skin and changes a little when dried off. The perfume is dryly earthy without being dusty. A big after-shave opening that settles down with the sweetness sinking in. The creator of this alluring perfume is Annie Buzantian.
Top Notes : Lily, Jasmine and Magnolia
Middle Notes : Woodsy Notes, Amber and Ylang Ylang
Base Notes : Pepper, Sandalwood, Mandarin Orange and White Honey
Classification : Oriental Woody
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Estée Lauder Youth Dew :

Estée Lauder Youth Dew is the first ever fragrance from the label that was not just a perfume but also a bath oil. This beautiful perfume was created and launched in the year 1953. Ms Lauder was very keen on bringing a change in the women personalities. Her belief was that why women would be dependent on men for buying perfumes. Hence, Youth Dew proved to be a massive success for the label since its launch and it still continues to be one. The perfume is an enormous nostalgic bender. It’s smoky, creamy, jasmine scented. The dry downer is of fresh and subtle vetiver. It’s a very mesmerizing fragrance from the label.
Top Notes : Lavender, Narcissus, Spices, Orange, Peach, Aldehydes and Bergamot
Middle Notes : Spicy Notes, Cloves, Jasmine, Lily of the valley, Orchid, Rose, Ylang Ylang, Cinnamon and Cassia
Base Notes : Incense, Musk, Vetiver, Patchouli, Oakmoss, Amber, Tolu Balsam, Peru Balsam and Vanilla
Classification : Oriental Spicy
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Estée Lauder Knowing :

The label suggests “knowing is all”. The scent proves to be very evocative in a woman’s mystery. The fragrance possesses an admirable restraint. It can be known as a fragrance right from the 80s. It starts off with a grapey tuberose and then dries down with sandalwood, patchouli, musk and moss. It reveals the trendy beginnings and contrasts with the deeper tones. The oakmoss is outstanding in the fragrance, it is fresh and soapy together. An example of blending natural aromas.
Top Notes : Rose, Green Notes, Plum, Melon, Tuberose, Coriander, Aldehydes and Mimosa
Middle Notes : Cardamom, Cedar, Lily of the valley, Pitosporum, Jasmine, Oris Root, Patchouli, Orange Blossom and Bay leaf
Base Notes : Vetiver, Musk, Patchouli, Oakmoss, Amber, Civet, Orris Root, Spices and Sandalwood
Classification : Chypre Floral
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Estée Lauder Beyond Paradise :

Beyond Paradise is a long lasting tropical scent with rare composition of flowers and fruits. The scent is fresh, zesty and floral effect on the skin. The flacon itself gives away an exotic and wild tropical vibe. Calice Becker was the creator of this perfume. The fragrance was launched in the year 2003. The top notes include the blend of lemon, grapefruit and orange blossom. The scent dries down to amber and plum wood.
Top Notes : Bergamot, Lemon, Grapefruit, Orange Blossom and Hyacinth
Middle Notes : Jasmine, Orchid, Honey Suckle and Gardenia
Base Notes : Amber, Hibiscus, Plum Wood and Ambrette ( Musk Mallow)
Classification : Floral
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