Saturday, July 30, 2011

Cartier Perfume

With such an enviable reputation to maintain, it was not until 1973 that Cartier first put their name to a perfume. The Cartier perfume range has been growing ever since, including not only perfume but also eau de toilette, eau de cologne and Cartier parfume. There are now many different perfumes bearing the Cartier name, which is a guarantee in itself of the quality of the scent.

One such perfume is the Must de Cartier perfume that was introduced in 1996 and has been very popular ever since. It is classed as oriental/spicy due to its soft floral undercurrents and hints of vanilla, and with a life of 6-10 hours after application is ideal for casual, daytime use. 2001 saw an intriguing and exciting development for Cartier, and the world of scent generally; when Cartier took the brave and forward thinking move to introduce Eau de Cartier perfume.

The reason this was a brave and highly effective marketing move was that the scent had been designed for both men and women. Whilst this may seem unusual, it should be remembered that all scents react to one’s own body and develop in a unique way. This is why you should apply scent and allow 10-15 minutes for it to absorb and react before making your choice. With this in mind you can see how a unisex perfume works for each individual in a unique way.

Eau de Cartier perfume has had very favorable reviews as the quality and tradition of the company has been maintained. It is designed be to worn generously, particularly in the daytime, by both men and women, allowing the citrus, lavender, violet and other aromatic elements to mingle freely and give pleasure to all those who pass by.

Another popular and classic fragrance by Cartier is Panthere De Cartier Perfume released in 1986. Most people just call it Cartier Panther perfume. This scent was described in a Cartier perfume review as oriental and floral in nature.

The most powerful scents are of tuberose flower, honey, orange, and animal accents. In addition to these main scents, Cartier Panther has a combination of a very large number of fragrant notes which include ginger, orange blossom, pepper, grapefruit, rose, nutmeg, carnation, iris, gardenia, freesia, jasmine, vetiver, heliotrope, ylang-ylang, narcissus, sandalwood, Tonka bean, amber, patchouli, musk, vanilla, and oak. The bottle is quite distinctive because it has a small carving of a panther on top.

The very first fragrance introduced by Cartier was Must de Cartier perfume released in 1981. This women’s fragrance can be described as having green top notes and woody essences. The Cartier website singles out galbanum, jasmine, and vanilla as being the most important scents in this perfume.

The brand name Cartier is famous for its jewelry, but they also have a line of fragrances. Three brothers named Louise, Pierre, and Jacques founded Cartier. The company is currently the number one jewelry manufacturer in the world and the second largest watchmaker.

Eau de Cartier perfume is a unisex fragrance and the only one of its kind made by Cartier. It is a cheery and lighthearted fragrance with elements of yuzu, a Japanese citrus fruit. Violet leaves, cedar and ambergris also contribute to the overall effect. This Cartier perfume is relatively affordable at $23 - $35 an ounce. It's citrus nature reminds me of Happy perfume for men.

Cartier perfume for women and Cartier perfume for men are oriental scents with touches of vanilla. For this reason, they remind me slightly of Moschino perfumes because those fragrances also are classified oriental and have vanilla as a base note. Perhaps because of the jewelry background,