Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Every thing is turning up 'L'eau'

L'eau is water in French? Please correct my ignorance if i'm wrong. Some of my favorite fragrances are going 'L'eau'. I haven't smelled them yet, but they all claim to be the lighter, sheerer, more fresh version of the original.

















Dolce & Gabbana L'eau The One























J'adore L'eau

















Prada L'eau Ambree




















Miss Dior Cherie L'eau


I need to smell them all ASAP. Have you checked out any of them? What's your take?

7 comments:

Calming said...

I sampled the Miss Dior Cherie, it is a bit lighter. It is funny people see french and think OHLALA.... I speak a bit of french so I see it as... thanks for letting us know you watered down some parfume but used french to make it fancy :)

xo,
CC

yummy suds said...

Yummo. I will have to check it out! :)

ndoodles said...

Yes, so... it is lighter than say "Eau de toilette"? "Eau" is water and "L'eau" is "the water". 3 years French... this and bonjour and merci are all I can remember ;-p

Amina said...

I had no idea that most perfumes were turning into l'eau..even miss dior cherie..
happy holidays girl!!

Mz. More said...

I haven't tried any yet but I think this is a great idea. Some scents may be too strong to wear to certain places (work) or certain times of the year (summer). If the scents are a bit lighter, I would bring them out at times I normally wouldn't.

Bombchell said...

wow I never noticed!

i actually like strong perfumes, well almost masculine smells, or scents lol.

Ill check out Leau next time, and see what it smells like.

Jasmine said...

This is the first time I checked out your blog and I love it!!! I tried D & G 'the one' and it's a light scent but long lasting. (I hit up Sephora for a few samples before dropping the $70 on the bottle).

Thanks for your blog!!!