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Morn To Dusk

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If you like all 4 of those notes listed above, plus maybe some freesia and cedar, you might like this. If you don't like any of them, you won't like it. For me it's the vanilla; it's dried to a nice vanilla musk but I don't want that.
By   - Business from Boston on 11/15/2020
smells like vanilla that was the only note I picked up, lackluster and did not last long either.
By   - Retail from Los Angeles on 8/4/2020
I'll get straight to the point on this one...cotton candy in a bottle! Sugary and sweet, no floral at all either. Not very masculine either..
By   - Smeller from Los Angeles on 5/10/2018
Lusciously delicious, but never gets cloying thanks to the citrus/lime-blossom freshness provided by bergamot. The staying power seems to have been reformulated and is much better than it used to be.
By   - eternal student from CINCINNATI on 2/7/2018
I find this to be a great combo of citrus and vanilla with definite gourmand touches, yet not too heavy nor tangy. Might be a good one for people who love L de Lolita. When I first smell it, I smell just the smallest hint of that burn sugar type of note but over time I get the bergamot and then a creamier drydown. I finally caved in and bought a bottle. I am not big on vanilla, but this one kept calling me.
By   - Mommy from San Francisco on 5/14/2017
I am a huge fan of Sienne L'Hiver, Bois D'Ombrie and Baume Du Doge, all of which are complex, slightly off-kilter blends. But Morn To Dusk opens with a vanilla blossom top note blended with a hint of vanilla ice cream, gradually warms up to a warm vanilla cookie and vanilla extract accord, and finally settles into a vanilla candle. If you're a woman who loves desserts and can't get enough vanilla, and don't want it cluttered up with other notes, this is your fragrance.
By   - Project Manager and bass guitarist from Providence on 9/17/2015
Morn to Dusk is reminiscent of Manguier Matisse, crossed with Lush's Vanilla Dee-Lite lotion. I really like both of those fragrances, this is lovely, too. The vanilla is warm and floral, slightly gourmand (it's vanilla, that's its forte) but not like wearing a cupcake (which ain't my thing). Friendly, sophisticated, and quite pretty scent. Good for summer, and all things summery.
By   - Bookseller from Pasadena, CA on 7/1/2015
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