Cacharel is playing with the popularity of lipsticks by launching a new perfume for women called Yes I Am, which is housed in a lippie-shaped bottle. And of course, it had to be red because in French you do say literally "red for the lips" or "rouge à lèvres"...
The scent has top notes of raspberry and mandarin zest with a heart of ginger blossom, jasmine, gardenia and amber. The base rests on a so-called "Spicy Cremoso" accord made up of a warm milk note, cardamom and sandalwood.
The new jus would not necessarily feature a lipstick accord. Judging from the list of notes, it appears that the perfume explores further the milkiness and spiciness of a composition like Cacharel Eden.
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