Rihanna Inovation in Fragrance, Reb'l Fleur Rihanna
Reb'l Fleur Rihanna launched in 2010. Daring, sexy and truly memorable, Reb'l Fleur is as much in tune with Barbados-born Rihanna's roots as it is with the glamour of her present life in New York City.
I think the bottle was designed so elegant which glows from within. The bottle is adorned with silken ribbons and an golden ring on the stopper.
Rebl Fleur composed by sophisticated floral. The notes are tuberose, violet and hibiscus, with a splash of coconut water, over the light and smooth base, and the combination of final notes evokes the impression of warm skin. Rebl Fleur fragrance is an intense and daring fruity chypre which designed by Caroline Sabas and Marypierre Julien of Givaudan.
At first spray, it seems as though Reb'l Fleur is going to be a unique offering in the celebrity fragrance sub-genre. It is heavy on the musk, warm coconuts, various exotic fruits that are almost rotten but not quite, a dash of patchouli and some tamed tuberose. It doesn't smell terrible, but like many others have mentioned, it teeters on that "cheap smell" that is difficult to explain but most of us know it when we smell it.
This fragrance is very thick, but it has just two layers. The tolerable, likeable, wearable opening phase, (this lasts about 20 minutes). Something about Reb'l Fleur reminds of Beyonce's first, Heat. Both Heat and Reb'l open with that boozy, rich sweetness that thickens into nearly rotten, uber sweet fruit and cheap vanilla musk.
The differences. Heat has about 30 seconds of a really pretty peach note before it evaporates into unpleasantness and Heat doesn't have Reb'l Fleur's Tuberose.
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