The feminine scent Noir by Tom Ford
It explores the duality of the feminine character and is thus based on a subtly dosed fragrance. Femininity is omnipresent, revealing itself here in turn very refined but sometimes exuberant or mysterious.
Tom Ford’s vision of femininity
Tom Ford is an atypical character who quickly made a name for himself in the world of couture for his original, daring, and even somewhat daring creations. However, the latter never falls into the overkill of extravagance and the woman Tom Ford still retains a certain innate elegance. However, it is precisely this double facet that inspired the perfume Tom Ford Noir pour Femme. This juice is based on a fascinating paradox. He portrays us the portrait of a woman who is both very sure of herself, and not hesitating to turn the heads of men in her path. Nevertheless, it would seem that in some aspects the latter is also vulnerable and very romantic. Tom Ford explains that he wanted to create his perfume in the image of a “dress cut to reveal the shoulder of a woman or a kidney failure that you want to kiss”. As you will have understood, Tom Ford Noir pour Femme is a fragrance that clearly plays in the register of seduction. This invites us into the intimacy of women in a floral and oriental disagreement that is both tender but extravagant.
The olfactory contrasts of Tom Ford Noir for Women
Tom Ford Noir pour Femme is a perfume that was made by a man and a woman, namely Olivier Gillotin and Sonia Constant. Thus, it contains all the feminine sensitivity of this perfumer associated with the rigor of Olivier Gillotin. Together, they have chosen to work around a floral and exuberant heart, at the same time green, balmy, woody and spicy. Tom Ford Noir pour Femme’s boot is particularly fresh and combines many citrus fruits such as lemon, tangerine or bitter orange, still tickled by the bitterness of ginger. The heart of To m Ford Noir pour Femme, meanwhile, could not be more feminine. This contains a multitude of flowers such as rose absolute, jasmine or orange blossom. Notes of pistachio also coat this fragrance with a milky sensation. The background of Tom Ford Noir pour Femme then gradually becomes more sensual and mysterious, warm and additive. This sensation emerges here directly from a combination of amber, vanilla and sandalwood.
“Black for Women” saw the light of day in 2015 and follows on from the success of its male counterpart, which saw the light of day in 2012. If “Noir pour Femme” is just as mysterious as its male version, there is nonetheless a fragrance of seduction. Multifaceted and fascinating, the Tom Ford woman has unparalleled charisma. She naturally seduces and fascinates all those who approach her. Both vulnerable and strong, the “Noir pour Femme” woman is impressive. Between provocation and intimacy, the fragrance “Noir pour Femme” leads us towards an exuberant composition.
Noir pour Femme, a sensuality signed by perfumers Sonia Constant and Olivier Gillotin < / h2>
Sonia Constant graduated from ISIPCA, the prestigious perfume school. With her diploma in her pocket, Sonia Constant was hired at Givaudan and met great perfumers, who would take her “under their wings”. Creative, Sonia constant draws her inspiration from everyday life. We owe Sonia Constant, magnificent fragrances such as “Emblem Intense” by Montblanc or “In New York” by Van Cleef & amp; Arpels. Olivier Gillotin first studied biology. Having joined Givaudan, he gradually climbed the floors and became vice-president of USA fragrances for Givaudan. Olivier Gillotin is at the origin of great perfumes like “Higher” by Christian Dior or “Reveal Men” by Calvin Klein.
Noir pour Femme, contrasting notes reflecting the beauty of women h2 >
“Noir pour Femme” opens with a combination of citrus and spicy notes and combines bergamot, bitter orange, lemon, tangerine and ginger. Native to India, ginger is highly prized in Asian and Indian cuisine. For over 5,000 years, ginger has been used in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine. In addition, many civilizations have given ginger the name “Magic Potion of Love.” The first harvests are made about 10 months after planting. The rhizomes are then dried and powdered. In perfumery, the same rhizomes are distilled with water vapor. The ginger gives off zesty, spicy and fatty tones. Then, the heart of “Noir pour Femme” takes on femininity and luminosity, and combines rose, jasmine and orange blossom. Finally, the base is very sensual thanks to the presence of vanilla, amber, sandalwood and mastic. Originally from tropical America, vanilla was introduced in France from 1604, then in Polynesia in 1848. Made from the vanilla tree, vanilla forms fairly short and very fragrant pods. There are several kinds of vanilla, but the best known is undoubtedly Bourbon vanilla from Madagascar and Reunion Island. Here we find the opaque black bottle with the characteristic folds of the creations of the Tom Ford brand. Its golden cabochon perfectly matches the bottle, offering an ultimate touch of femininity.