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Nina Ricci Nina L’Eau | Beauty Review | May 2014

Nina Ricci L’eau is a fresh, fruity, feminine scent that is perfect for Spring. It is a fresher interpretation of the classic Nina scent. Find out what we thought of it here.

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This spring marks a change in perfume used by women, with winter scents being swapped for light, fresh, floral and fruity fragrances. Launched in 2013, Nina Ricci Nina L’Eau is a new and fresher version of the classic Nina perfume. While it still keeps the original addictive scent of Nina it adds a more cheerful scent that is wearable daily.

Escape to your very own wonderland filled with fairytales with Nina L’Eau. Seduce and enchant those around you with effortless femininity with this fresh and charismatic fragrance“.

L’eau is described as perfect for a ‘modern princess with attitude’,  giving a confident and sophisticated feel with fruity and aquatic notes. For those of you that love sweet feminine fragrances, L’Eau would be the perfect addition to your perfume collection.

As an eau fraiche spray it is light, therefore it is a perfect everyday fragrance as it is not overwhelming or overbearing as some perfumes can be. However, the staying power and longevity of L’eau is not as great compared to fragrances. We found that it approximately lasts around half a day so if you need a scent for more then six hours, we would recommend another perfume.

The top notes of L’Eau are: apple, grapefruit and mandarin. While the heat notes are: watery accord, cherry, gardenia and the base note of musk. So, if you’re on the look out for a sweet, fruity scent with a touch of elegance and sophistication that is not to heavy to wear daily, L’Eau is the perfect choice! You can buy Nina Ricci L’eau from £24.50 at The Perfume Shop.

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