Juliette has a Gun - Lipstick Fever
Paris, Pigalle, Thursday night. With a look in the mirror, Juliette puts the finishing touches to her femme fatale look...
Lipstick, handbag and the matching fragrance! Lipstick Fever actually bases its scent on the classic scent of lipstick as it became modern in the 1920s. Iris and violet have a centuries-old tradition in the history of cosmetics: While it was already fashionable at the French court to perfume wigs with the scent of iris, the scent of violet shaped the first solid lipstick at the End of the 19th century. Today, it is impossible to imagine the world of cosmetics without both of these aromas - after all, it is precisely these notes of iris, violet and raspberries that can be tasted as particularly sweet with every touch of the lips and which, following these classic paths, can be found in the character of Juliette has a guns fragrance Lipstick Fever. Juliette has a gun, however, expands the lipstick's historic note with components such as vanilla absolute and peach, and finally adds woody notes of patchouli and cedar wood to this floral-scented melange. The result is the ultimate instrument of seduction, decidedly feminine, highly seductive, playful and yet almost indecent. Nuances of passion that the Lipstick Fever bottle reflects in its red gradient. The shimmering logo and silver cap crown Lipstick Fever as an absolutely unmistakable perfume and make it an aesthetically and tastefully appealing accessory!
Lipstick Fever is inspired by the classic beauty tool number one: a perfume like a streak of lipstick!
Lipstick Fever evokes a lipstick mood with typical notes of traditional lipsticks: iris, violet and raspberry. Furthermore, an interplay of patchouli and cedar creates the subtle leathery echo of a women's handbag - in which a lipstick is seldom missing.
A contemporary fragrance composition with the soul of a gourmand perfume: fruity, floral - and ultimately feminine.