Perfume Review: So Scandal! by Jean Paul Gaultier

A so floral eau de parfum, So Scandal! On the biggest fashion industry nights in the capital, a whiff of scandal is in the air. Outrageous, extreme, intoxicating. At each appearance, her outburst of orange blossom, jasmine and tuberose bowls her audience over with a sensual elegance. Her addictive milky notes envelop and exhilarate the senses. She leaves broken hearts trailing in her wake

  • Top Notes: Orange Blossom, Raspberry
  • Heart Notes: Tuberose, Jasmine Sambac
  • Base Notes: Milky Note
  • Gender: Feminine 
  • Concentration: Eau de Parfum
  • Olfactory Family: Fruity-Floral
  • Perfumer: Daphné Bugey and Fabrice Pellegrin

Even when I love the original Scandal I have to admit this is just wow, I hardly ever find a flanker being better than the original but So Scandal! really surprised me, it opens as a milky raspberry, very milky like a cake, this is not a juicy raspberry at all it’s certainly a creamy one, as it dries down the tuberose starts to show up blended with the milky raspberry, unlike the original scandal this one doesn’t have any honey, so if you didn’t like the previous one then you would probably enjoy this one, and it has a strong presence of tuberose.

Duration and sillage, easily reach the 8 hours, and it has a very good projection, with two sprays it would be more than enough, now this perfume has a lot of presence and personality that’s why I would recommend it for the night or a party but not as everyday perfume because it’s a not an easy to wear little perfume, in fact the times I used it I got some extra attention, it’s really sexy and fearless, really good option for someone for looking for a powerful scent.

Jean Paul Gaultier, So Scandal! in available in 30 ml, 50 ml and 80 ml at:

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