To my mind, there's good reason why Lancôme reveal just three notes - rose, benzoin, white musk for this perfume. It's because it is so amorphous (and yet peskily persistent) that it resembles nothing in nature. A cheapo blast-force clean musk with a confectionary-sweet pink floral note (that completely synthetic smelling lychee-rose jobbie that keeps cropping up in perfumery these days) spreading like a blight through it, this seems almost like a calculated insult to the perfume wearer. Except that there will probably be many who will be charmed by this umpteenth iteration of a completely brainless shampoo musk. Once sprayed, goes on and on and oh, do go away now! on. Hideous.