Paco Rabanne - Olympéa Eau De Parfum For Women


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Paco Rabanne - Olympéa Eau De Parfum For Women

The Olympéa Legend Eau de Parfum Spray is from the French lifestyle and fashion label Paco Rabanne. It is the feminine counterpart to Invictus perfumes for men. Launched in 2019, the oriental-floral fragrance from master perfumer Loc Dong is powerful, confident and full of addictive potential. The impressive legend tells, according to the House of Rabanne, of a duel under the glaring desert sun.

Fragrance Notes

Top: Salted Vanilla & Water Jasmine.
Heart: Ginger Blossom & Green Mandarin.
Base: Ambergris & Cashmere Wood.

The heat of the sun in a floral accord

Olympéa Legend by Paco Rabanne is a fiery, intense fragrance, yet full of feminine elegance and sensuality. The exclusive Eau De Parfum spray opens with an extraordinary fruit accord. It is dominated by the aroma of fresh plums, seasoned with a strong pinch of sea salt. A slight hint of juicy apricot adds extra sweetness. The floral accents of the heart of the fragrance have absorbed the blazing desert sun and are thus worthy counterparts to the opening notes. Desert palm blossoms and ginger flower combine their deep, multi-faceted aromas to create a flair of self-confident elegance. The base of the perfume is dedicated to blazing sensuality. Seductive vanilla and delicious tonka bean absolute are framed by striking golden yellow amber sand. A fast-paced, exciting fragrance composition that makes the legend of Olympéa unforgettable.

What are Top, Heart & Base Notes in Fragrances?

The top notes are those you smell immediately after the perfume first touches your skin. Once this initial burst fades, the heart notes kick in to form the essence of the perfume. Base notes are the scent that lasts the longest and is the one you remember most. Every note adds a certain quality to the fragrance.



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