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Petals, Heliotrope & Ambrette Eau De Parfum

Typical price £125 /
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100 ML / 3.4 fl. oz

4.6
4.616Petals, Heliotrope & Ambrette Eau De Parfum

** Estimated back in stock date: Beginning April **
Like a cloak of sexy sunshine in a bottle.
A super-seductive, addictive, modern  Eau de Parfum - the perfect earthy floral ‘frisson’ fragrance. With tuberose petals and dewy greens on top, natural gardenia, Arabian jasmin and heliotrope in the middle, and rare musky ambrette seeds, sexy vanilla and coconut shells rounding out the bottom.

Eau de Parfum. Made in France.
Nose: Frank Voelkl

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5
Lovely chocolatey perfume
I really like this perfume, it’s sweet, deep and chocolatey. It lasts well without being overwhelming.
Donna,
  • 25-34
 
4
Delicious
Having worn the same perfume for the past 20 years, I thought I’d give this a try as the listed scents really appealed to me.
It smells amazing and so many lovely comments from people asking what it is.
For me I really get the smells of coconut and vanilla coming through.
The only downside is that I feel the sent doesn’t last that long, I would have given it 5 stars otherwise and it won’t stop me buying it again.
Sofie,
  • 35-44
 
5
I don’t usually like florals, but I am really enjoying this.
I’ll be completely honest — the split second I put this on, I thought I wasn’t going to be a fan. A minute later, once the blast of floral top notes had dried down, I was loving it. My go-to scent is from a very upscale English parfumeur (I don’t think we’re allowed to name about other brands here) — it’s got notes of juniper, black tea, and vanilla, without being at all cloying or smelling like an old fashioned perfume, and I’ve never found anything like it before. I was hoping to find scents from Beauty Pie that have the same sensibility — lighter on the nose and with a balance of sweetness, spice, and just the tiniest hint of floral. I knew I was taking a chance with this one (hello tuberose, gardenia, jasmine...) but again, the dry-down is really lovely. If you’re not sure about it at first spray, let it settle and give it another whiff. I think this will be a springtime fragrance for me.
Coco,
  • 25-34
 
4
Growing on me!
Firstly, packing and delivery were amazing! I ordered on Thursday evening and my parcel arrived today (Saturday). My first hesitant spray of the perfume and I wasn't sure... It reminded me of a quality room freshener. Nice, but still a room freshener! Not sure I wanted to wear it as a perfume.

We went out tonight so I had another go. Much bolder spray this time to properly test it out. I found the coconut scent pretty overpowering initially, but that has faded down now (after a couple of hours) to a nice gentle floral scent that I like a lot. No regrets on buying it and glad to have discovered it!.
Sue,
  • 45-54
 
4
Lovely well balanced fragrance, but very weak for EDP!
I bought a sample set of the 3 fragrances and, for me, this is the loveliest, most sophisticated and most finely balanced of the three. However, irrespective of the essences coming from Grasse, the scent is very weak, more like EDT in strength, and it is misleading in my view to describe it as eau de parfum, which invariably is stronger. For all of my adult life, I have used prestige fragrances devised by world class noses so I am comparing these with top products. Of course, for about £35, ( c £18, plus. £12.50 subscription cost plus £3.65 postage) it is still worthwhile, but like many BP products, not quite the cracking bargain you suggest.
Dorothy,
  • 45-54
Hi Dorothy, thank you for taking the time to share your feedback on our fragrances. The discrepancy between Eau de Parfum and Eau de Toilette is in the concentration of the essences and by this definition ours is classified as an Eau de Parfum. We are sorry to hear that you've not found it to be as strong as you'd like, we would consider this a top product by a world class nose and have passed on your feedback to our Product Development team.
Beauty Pie Team
 
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