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Diana No.0

Diana No.0
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Diana No.0

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Top Note:
Middle Note:
Carnation, Rose, Tuberose
Base Note:
Musk, Oakmoss, Patchouli
Eau De Parfum
Size (ml):

Diana No.0 is a Mossy Woods style perfume with a crisp tone and a citrus/fruity accord. 20ml, EDP for women.

This fresh perfume has a pleasant and light citrus top not of Bergamot giving the perfume an initial fruity-sweet and mild spicy note. The stately mid-floral arrangment of Rose and Carnation is offset by the creamy, opulence of the Tuberose flower. Packaged together on a base of Patchouli, Oakmoss and Musk this perfume has a complex dark side.

Top Note
  • Bergamot
    Named after the Italian city of Bergamo, the Bergamot orange is a small citrus fruit and is used extensively in perfumery for its sweet freshness. Bergamot has an aroma which is delicate, light and citrusy, sometimes bitter and sour, think of Earl Grey tea! Bergamot breathes life into fragrances, making them refreshing and invigorating blend. Making it a perfect note to energise woody notes and add zing to floral or green notes.
Middle Note
  • Carnation
    A classical note with a spicy floral scent, with clove and pepper undertones, piquant, bright and vivid. In floral accords it is used to deepen floral bouquets and is especially effective combined with rose scent. It is used most often in oriental perfumes for its spicy undertones tinging them with dark sweet honey notes.
  • Rose
    The Queen of flowers, the rose, is an international symbol of love, femininity and beauty. Rose notes can be anything from girly to glamorous, refreshing to opulent. Rose has the ability to effortlessly change the feel of a fragrance, depending on what it is paired with.
  • Tuberose
    In Victorian England, tuberose signified both dangerous pleasure and voluptuousness. The scent is a fusion of white petals and warm skin, an arresting sensual and heady fragrance. The tuberose note opens with a faint green note before warming into a sweet jasmine-like scent underscored by a carnal velvety opulence.
Base Note
  • Musk
    Musk is a timeless note in the fragrance world - it is sensual, warm, captivating, typically described as having an animalistic nature. Also used for fixation and warming fragrance compositions, musk creates a groundwork on which the fragrance is composed. Typically the musk note is used to describe a darker, sensual and musty fragrance when compared to the White Musk note with is lighter, whiter and cleaner.
  • Oakmoss
    Oakmoss adds an earthy, rich, forest-like tone to a perfume. Its creamy softness adds a distinctive sharpness and sensuality to fragrances and is a perfect complement to floral, green and oriental fragrances. It is a compelling aroma, you can feel the scent of the wet forest and it can seem like nature in a bottle.
  • Patchouli
    Patchouli is a bushy herb of the mint family with a richer aroma of earthy, smoky, spicy, and musky notes. It is an exotic, sensual and luxurious perfume ingredient which blends well with oriental and aromatic perfumes but it is especially known for it use in woody floral musk styles. Once know as a 'hippy' bouquet Patchouli is indispensable in the creation of modern perfumes.

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