Do Son - Eau de Toilette

Eau de Toilette

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It's lovely and sweet, lasts more than 2 hours. However, I got a bit dazzling on its base note.
By   - Student from Pitt on 2/2/2018
this was a freebie sample. a light and simple floral. I personally find the scent of tuberose somewhat nauseating and didn't enjoy this fragrance the way it really can be, I'm sure.
By  on 4/20/2015
Extremely light and watery tuberose. To be honest if the notes hadn't listed tuberose as a note I wouldn't have known to call what I was smelling tuberose. To me this is a dilute fragrance with something vaguely recalling flowers and a nondescript clean base. The lasting power is poor and I had to practically pour half my sample on my arm to even smell this. Perhaps if you don't normally like floral fragrances this one would work well for you. Okay for a summer scent, but there are better choices than this.
By   - from Phoenix on 8/9/2011
Let me preface this: I am a man, and not necessarily "femme" in any way, and I get complimented on this every time I wear it, so although this is definitely a "heavy" floral, I think with the right chemistry this can be successfully worn by men... not that that matters anyway because I don't really believe in a scent being masculine or feminine, that's just social influence. That being said, I get an intense burst of gardenia and tuberose and that's mostly what sticks, it doesn't develop very much on me, but it's perfect the way it is. Very lush and romantic smelling.
By   - from New york on 8/9/2011
I am yet to find a tuberose scent that smells like tuberose. They all smell of JASMINE which is in there. I know that they are both blended together in fragrances probably because it is cheaper this way (because I am sure they could find a compatible blend with something other than jasmine if they even dared try!) but should this be to a point where you don't even bother mentioning jasmine as one of the notes? It is after all the dominant note in "tuberose" fragrances after all!!
By  on 4/21/2011
This starts as a big flouncy southern-belle dress tuberose, a bit scarey. Follows me around for about 2 hours then has a wonderfully uniform dry-down with a mix of sweet tuberose and rose. Very easy to live with after those first 2 hours when I felt I couldn't go to the grocery store in case I ran into someone I knew. The uniform and true dry-down make it worth it.
By   - Stylist from South of San Francisco on 4/3/2011
Wonderful! After a disgusting, heavy blend of Tuberose (and by Keiko Mecheri L'Artisan), this is finally a sophisticated, refined and beautiful compositions of tuberose. The fresh, intoxicating fragrance and memorable!
By   - artist from NY on 3/25/2011
I really can't say enough good things about this perfume. It smells so amazing on me, DEFINITELY coming back for the full size. One spray is plenty, it lasts all day. The scent is just heavenly... fresh, not overpowering. Makes me think of white linen. The scent also really boosted my mood. I love it.
By   - Hostess from Boston, MA on 12/15/2010
This is a pretty scent. I'm not usually fond of perfumes that have a heavy oriental influence, but this one is an exception to the rule.
By   - Teacher from Canada on 10/17/2009
I love so many of the Diptyque fragrances; Do Son is no exception. This line has so many scents which are truly evocative. I smell them and I am transported to other times, places and memories. Do Son is a very wearable tubrose. Really. I find so many tubrose scents are too big and bold for me to be comfortable wearing them. They tend to overpower, but not Do Son. It is comfortable and lovely but does not dominate the wearer. It is both airy and watery without any of that aquatic ozone-like accord which I personally find off-putting in many beachy fragrances. Do Son is a bit like catching the scent of flowers in the breeze on a warm and humid day. If you enjoy soft, unusual and evocative florals I would suggest buying a sample. This is appropriate dressed up or down. I find it quite beautiful. Another winner from Diptique in this woman's opinion.
By   - female artist from new york state on 10/6/2009
Bubbly, sweet tuberose perfect for summer/spring if you like white flowers and slightly (but no too much) sweet fragrances.
By   - from Greece on 9/22/2009
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