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However I find myself more bored with this one than I was with the Daisy. This smells like a watery peony (I guess it'd be hyacinth here) spray, with about the same aromatic performance of a rose water. Opening and initial burst is similar but Daisy dry down is more on musky and powdery a little soapy whilst Tendre maintains its crisp and freshness from its initial burst. It's pretty, light and floral, sort of nondescript but I really liked it. Very light out of Chanel range (thanks to mixed in citruses in the opening) and can be worn by a wide range of women from 16 to 60 .
It's boring, done before, and quite frankly done better elsewhere in my opinion. I love that i can I wear this one even when I'm sick or have a cold. It also has a woodsy-cedar note in the drydown that I didn't expect and I enjoyed that. Best for spring/summer with decent sillage and longevity. If you are to blind buy a Chanel perfume, this is the one to go for. If you like this one and would like an "upgrade", get Byredo Mojave Ghost - the same vibe, but niche uniqueness :) I absolutely adore this perfume!
The flacon is the same as its antecedent, but it is characterized by pink fluid this time. A true gem in my collection ❤❤ I know that until the powers that be on this site get rid of balloon voting, any negative feedback on a fragrance such as this will get voted into nonexistence, no matter how resourceful it is.
So I will instead attempt to write this review to myself.
It's really like they've 'watered down' the original Chance until some notes totally dissapeared.
To me, it smells like Marc Jacob's Daisy with a Chanel-twist.
Somehow the fresh, floral scent had transformed into more of a sour, tangy mess instead.
Summary: very good summer fragrance but quite expensive if you really want to enjoy it.