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Jean Paul Gaultier Divine Eau De Parfum Review

Jean-Paul Gaultier is every woman. Since 1976, he has been passionately dressing and undressing women, embracing all cultures, all forms of beauty and all bodies with the same love. In the world of Gaultier, women are human, divine, completely themselves and play wonderfully with the traditional attributes of gender. With Gaultier Divine, the designer celebrates their power and uniqueness, revealing their inherent divinity. Dressed in a precious corset, the bottle contains extremely solar fragrances: a majestic Gaultier lily, an ethereal meringue, and a fresh, salty kiss.

Conical and already iconic, the Gaultier Divine corset is a bold reinterpretation of Jean Paul Gaultier’s iconic couture creation, a symbol of feminine liberation. Far more than an intimate piece of lingerie, its golden silhouette with its generous curves defies diktats and honours the female body in all its diversity. A confident, unfettered femininity that has the power to be itself.

A balancing act between floral and gourmand notes, interspersed with a salty vibe. Majestic and luminous, this spectacular lily à la Gaultier unfurls its voluptuousness in a bouquet of white flowers, while an airy meringue adds delicious sweetness. Unbelievably irresistible!

Top Notes – Calypsone, Red Berries and Bergamot
Middle Notes – Lily, Ylang-Ylang and Jasmine
Base Notes – Meringue, Musk and Patchouli

Jean Paul Gaultier Divine Eau De Parfum Review

I’ll be honest, I have never heard of Jean Paul Gaultier until now. Seeing the packaging, it truly does look divine. But will the fragrance live up to its packaging? I am always hesitant when it comes to fragrances. I’m not too sensitive to smells but I am somewhat picky in fragrances, I have my favourites and my collection doesn’t grow fast.

Gaultier Divine, may not be a favourite but that doesn’t mean I don’t like it. It’s definitely in my pile of once-in-a-while if I want to change up my scent for the day (trust me, there’s a growing collection of those – mostly sample vials). The fragrance has a nice sweet floral scent. One spritz is enough, I feel any more will be a bit overpowering. I feel like it’s a good scent for the colder season or a late summer night. Overall, I found this scent lives up to its name, Divine.

What are your thoughts on Jean Paul Gaultier – Gaultier Divine Eau de Parfum? Have you tried any fragrances from Jean Paul Gaultier? When it comes to fragrances, what notes do you gravitate towards?

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