Last year, having dropped in one of the cosmetics shops, I came across there a long line of bottles filled with majestic aromas of various perfumes, but one of those little bottles caught my eyes immediately. It was among other perfumes of the same brand Christian Dior, the bottle was shining in the light of the lamps in the shop and it seemed to me that the scent was gilded with different colours inside the bottle of perfume.
Turning the bottle in my hands, I found that the shape of the bottle was of unusual form; it resembled not an oval, not a triangle, not a circle but something different, may be an oval that was just a bit stretched with a little circle of the drop on its top, it represents the shape of the Greek amphora. As I opened the cap of the bottle, that Perfume smelled off the sparkling fresh flower bouquet that can be characterized as deeply sensual and without a doubt feminine. The flower bouquet includes the scents of the tangerines, orchids, champak flowers, jasmine,
roses, and ilang-ilang. I breathed the first scents of the perfume and I flew up into the sky, well, feeling over the moon!
I should admit “J`adore” is the classics of MY genre, because the first time I have tasted the scent of this perfume, I did realize that it was created especially for me (in fact, it is not so, certainly) however I felt as if it supplemented my image greatly. It is the ideal of femininity and the source of inspiration, and personification of Love. Beginning from the very first days of my “friendship” with this scent, since discovering “J`adore”, Iwas never tired of wearing it. It gives me happiness, success, and self-confidence.
I would like to think that probably one day this aroma will change my life radically. It gives me a sea of emotions; it cheers me up when I am in a bad mood, it helps me to remember some special occasions associating the events with the fragrance I wore. Anyway, this feeling of happiness, that I get wearing this fragrance, is not easy to describe even in Russian because it is a feeling, you can only feel it, and it is more than a thousand of words.