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Guerlain l'Heure Bleue

The breathtaking beauty of Paris at dusk, 'The Blue Hour,' that magical hour of twilight, inspired this fragrance. A heady blend of roses, iris, and jasmine, laced with an intriguing background of vanilla and musk. L'Heure Bleue is intimate, emotional, and utterly refined. Like an armful of sweet, delicate flowers enveloped in a powdery aura.Notes:Rose, Iris, Jasmine, Vanilla, Musk.Style:An engaging, moving, and spellbinding fragrance.
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The product details list rose as the first primary scent. Exactly how much rose is in the fragrance? Is it the main scent, a secondary scent, or barely there?
Thank you!
asked 3 years ago
(Ferndale, MI)
on l'Heure Bleue
3 answers
answer 1
I did not detect any rose as the scent of baby powder overwhelmed anything else.
answered 1 year ago
(Tacoma, WA)
answer 2
I have to say that I don't smell roses in this perfume at all. It is a mixture of scents that all blend together so that no one stands out. If I had to name the predominant scent, I would say vanilla, but in Guerlin, Shalimar is the standard bearer for vanilla. So I guess I would say that rose is a secondary scent and not detectable as distinct and individual.
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
(Austin, TX)
answer 3
It's hard to pinpoint the individual scents within L'Heure Bleue. I do not smell rose very strongly, and I would not have guessed that it contained much rose essence.
answered 2 years ago
(Santa Barbara, CA)
I would like to sample this perfume. Where in Seattle area is this perfume available?
asked 3 years, 1 month ago
(Seattle, WA)
on l'Heure Bleue
2 answers
answer 1
Unfortunately, no matter where you live this perfume will be hard to sample, as I mention in my review, as it is pretty much non-available in stores anymore. You can't find it on store shelves where I live, in Toronto, for love nor money. The best bet is to find someone you know who has it. Good luck!
answered 2 months, 3 weeks ago
answer 2
l'heure bleue is difficult to find. It was popular in the '60's (or at least that's when I discovered it) and you could find it in the top department stores, but I haven't seen it anywhere except Sephora now. I think you should bite the bullet and try it. You won't be sorry!
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
(Austin, TX)
Is this anything like Shalimar Initiale?
I love Shalimar Initiale - it is soft, a bit powdery, and has base notes of vanilla and tonka bean. Has anyone tried both and is L'Heure Bleue anything like Initiale?
asked 11 months ago
(fairfax, va)
on l'Heure Bleue
2 answers
answer 1
No, nothing like Shaliamr
answered 11 months ago
(Oxnard, CA)
answer 2
I also like Shalimar Initiale but L'Heure Bleue is very unique and has more of an underlying orange blossom scent with the classic Guerlinade base note. It will grow on you.
answered 11 months ago
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