Details and Care
What Is Boucheron Perfume?
Boucheron is an older fragrance for women that was launched in 1988 by a fragrance company with the same name. Created by Jean-Pierre Bethouart and Francis Dleamont, this perfume features notes of jasmine, orange blossom, ylang-ylang, vanilla, basil and tonka bean.
What Does It Smell Like?
It's like placing a fresh bouquet of flowers in water beside your favorite armchair before you curl up with a good romance novel.
Heady, romantic, sensual with smoky undertones
Scent Notes (Ingredients):
Water, Alcohol Denatured, Limonene, Linalool
Where Do You Apply Boucheron Perfume?
Dab this fragrance lightly to the pulse point behind your ear for an intoxicating scent.
What Season Is It Best For?
With its strong floral accord, this fragrance is best suited for wear in the spring or summer.
Is It Worth It?
Having been around for several decades, this has many enthusiastic fans who write rave reviews, saying things like, "I get compliments everywhere I go. I have men ask me what I'm wearing so they can buy some for their wife/girlfriend."
Is Boucheron Perfume Trending or Outdated?
Although this fragrance has been around for more than three decades, it still has many fans. It is still a popular fragrance for many people.
How Long Does Boucheron Perfume Last?
This aroma lasts for a few hours after application, but it does not have an overwhelming sillage or last all day.
Why Does It Smell So Good?
The overt floral heart of this scent is toned down with fruity and earthy accords. It also has a subtle smoky undertone that perfectly balances the fragrance.
What Makes Boucheron Perfume So Special?
This fragrance is heady and romantic, effectively capturing the essence of femininity.
What Kind of Perfume is Boucheron Perfume?
This aroma is sophisticated, so it is best suited for special occasions in the evening such as romantic date nights.