The male fragrance Uomo Noir Absolu
His subtlety is matched only by his nonchalance. Valentino Uomo is a juice that is both elegant and carefree, traditional yet innovative, simple and very elaborate, authentic but contemporary. In 2016, it also became Valentino Uomo Intense, pushing the expression of its original fragrance to the extreme and revealing a more vibrant black leather accord. In 2017, Valentino Uomo also transformed into an Acqua version, exploring in turn the intense freshness of an Italian garden. This time, it is towards darker lands that the brand Valentino takes us. Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu is an oriental and woody juice that does not lack character.
Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu, a woody depth signed Sophie Labbé
To make this perfume, the house of Valentino called on the perfumer Sophie Labbé. Among the fifty or so women perfumers in France, Sophie Labbé is one of the most renowned. She is notably the author of the iconic Parisienne fragrances by Yves Saint-Laurent or Jasmin Noir by Bulgari. In collaboration with the IFF group, market leader in the manufacture of scents, Sophie Labbé does not hesitate to work on a multitude of projects simultaneously. Considered by her peers as a true genius, she draws her creativity from all the elements that surround her. For her, a juice must tell a story to achieve excellence. However, this is precisely what we find in Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu. This perfume is in perfect agreement with the image we have of a Mediterranean man, both charismatic and virile. Its incandescent breath is not made to go unnoticed. Thus, the spices are absolutely omnipresent in this perfume. Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu does not go in four ways and begins straight away with a blend of cinnamon and black pepper. His heart, however, is meant to be smoother and more tender. It is revealed in a breath of sandalwood. Finally, as if to make a more bewitching cloud hover behind him, Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu ends with a wake of incense. This ingredient further contributes to reinforce its share of mystery. Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu does not go in four ways and begins straight away with a blend of cinnamon and black pepper. His heart, however, is meant to be smoother and more tender. It is revealed in a breath of sandalwood. Finally, as if to make a more bewitching cloud hover behind him, Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu ends with a wake of incense. This ingredient further contributes to reinforce its share of mystery. Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu does not go in four ways and begins straight away with a blend of cinnamon and black pepper. His heart, however, is meant to be smoother and more tender. It is revealed in a breath of sandalwood. Finally, as if to make a more bewitching cloud hover behind him, Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu ends with a wake of incense. This ingredient further contributes to reinforce its share of mystery.
The return of Valentino Uomo’s star perfume bottle
On the bottle side, Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu immediately shows its belonging to the great Valentino family. Its look is undoubtedly inspired by that of its elders. In this case, Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu uses exactly the same silhouette as its predecessors and only its color has been changed. Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu is embellished with a bottle that is both modern and timeless. Pleasant to the touch, it is nevertheless covered with a multitude of prisms which shapes its entire surface. This relief is astonishing and evokes the freestone of a patrician palace. A metal strip surrounds its collar and also serves to display its name in the center of its front face. Its former transparency has however given way to an opaque black in perfect harmony with the depth of its scent.
The Italian label Valentino represents the charm and sincerity of Italian luxury. Yet the Valentino perfumery, although precious and evocative of the stylist’s velvety world, only imposed itself in 2011 with the beautiful and so contrasting Valentina. And it was in 2014 that Valentino Uomo also found success with his sophisticated woody accords that gracefully walk between past and future. For this new opus, Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu, takes on a nocturnal appearance to better confuse us in its sensual power …
Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu or Italian virility pushed to its climax by Sophie Labbé
The haute couture house Valentino has always exhaled an elegant yet relaxed style of that sophisticated relaxation that only Italians have the secret, like the founder of the house Valentino Garavani. So when Valentino offered his first fragrances in 1978, it was logical that they tell us in scents elegant and high quality accords. However, it is with Valentina in 2011 that the house will finally obtain the great recognition of its public and its alter ego Valentino pour Homme, which will be released in 2014, will not be left out!
It was Olivier Polge who composed Valentino’s very first male perfume, Valentino Uomo, and he will create it to match in all points to the beautiful masculinity of the Italian label. Woody and virile, but sophisticated and even flowery, Valentino Uomo wants to be elegant and charming while playing on contrasts between freshness and spicy heat.
Thereafter, it is the perfumer in love with flowers, Sophie Labbé who will offer Valentino Uomo two other pretty variations to this charming man Valentino, under the names of Valentino Uomo Absolu and Valentino Acqua. For this third variation of Valentino Uomo, Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu, the beautiful woody will be more drunk than ever with oriental clamors which will make it a nocturnal and sensual fragrance, forgetting for a time only the freshness of the original bottle. / p>
“Today, Valentino Uomo’s new interpretation in Noir Absolu is an oriental fragrance with woody and spicy tones. “& Nbsp; Yes Le Mag for Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu
Spices, woods and incense smoke for an overpowering Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu
If Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu has not forgotten anything of the magnificent a note of iris which punctuated the woody notes of an elegant and racy sophistication, it is for this new opus married to a new power of hot and oriental spices which come to make it more nocturnal and racy. Sophie Labbé undoubtedly wanted with this Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu to compose for the seductive man of the night, a perfume that would highlight all his most mysterious charms.
Thus Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu forgets the citrus freshness of the original bottle to open up with notes of cinnamon and pepper. Then the heart of sandalwood is offered in a sensual woody warmth to open the doors to incense accords more mysterious and seductive than ever. Valentino Uomo Intense Noir will therefore be the scent of an elegant nocturnal seducer who will bewitch us with its deep charms. p>
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