this has a lot of men's cologne ingredients at the base, each which come through and take over the fragrance. It also has a bit of mystery and a slight sort of devilishness. I would advise you to apply it with a light hand, like if you were putting on some talc powder, and go out at night with it as an evening cologne. She is like the upstart daughter who took over the grandmother's business and modernized. We had broken up in the 90's but we remained good friends and we fought many a battle together. Similarly, no unaccompanied children may participate in the Sleepover. 5, Paloma is the mother Coco is the granddaughter.
But Coco is definitely the bigger winner and a masterpiece of Oriental perfumery. There are two notes of rose in this fragrance including a colder Bulgarian rose but I'm still smelling citrus so this is more of an orange rose. She's on you the whole day and into the next day unless you scrub it off or shower. Spray with a light touch and you get a lovely powder. I won't turn this into a money or status thing (though it has some of that going on) but it is the type of beautiful, glamorous Chanel fragrance that completely matches up with haute couture Chanel evening gown. I don't care to label fragrances as "mature" "youthful" or give it an age group but every time I smell Coco an 18 year old fresh out of high school or an athletic 21 year old does not come to mind. Spray liberally or douse yourself with it and you are going to be in a long lasting cloud of Oriental Heaven.