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The fragrance of bold and independent women, ready to assert themselves; a spicy oriental fragrance that celebrates self-confidence.With its shape inspired by a lipstick, it will become your new essential. Take it with you wherever you go and succumb to its greedy aphrodisiac side. An explosion of femininity assured thanks to its spicy and creamy cardamom milk, called "Spicy Cremoso". The Raspberry and Mandarin accords bring a delicious side to the fragrance, enhanced by Ginger, Gardenia and Jasmin flower accords for softer notes.Synonymous with youth and freedom since 1962, Cacharel perfumes are like olfactory expressions of every phase of a woman's life.After the successes of Anaïs Anaïs, the first perfume of a young girl, and Amor Amor, the declaration of the first love, Cacharel honors the next stage of a woman's life by creating the first perfume of independence: "Yes I Am".
Lipstick and perfume both have the power to change the way you put yourself in the world, so YES I AM's olfactory writing is thought of as the qualities of the ideal lipstick:Top notes bring some sparkle:The juicy and delicious side of the raspberry is deliciously enhanced by the zesty effervescence of the mandarin that brings dynamism and liveliness.Heart notes bring texture:The bouquet of white flowers envelops the fragrance with voluptuous and refined notes. Jasmine Sambac and gardenia develop a powdery and opulent florality. The ginger flower, more daring, adds sweet facets, exotic and slightly spicy. Amber comes texturing this bouquet of sweet notes, warm and vanilla.The background notes bring the outfit:An unprecedented "spicy cremoso" accord inspired by Chai Latte: milk is adorned with the spicy tones of cardamom and combines with sandalwood to create a creamy cocoon. Yes I Am is the first eau de parfum based on this creamy-spicy contrast!
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