Alfred Sung Sungeau de toilette for Women

Alfred Sung Sung eau de toilette for Women
Alfred Sung Sung eau de toilette for Women
100 ml
31,90

Code: ALS0010 | In stock
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Monday 17.8.2020
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Fragrance description Alfred Sung Sung
Ingredients

Alfred Sung Sung is a fresh, pure fragrance designed for elegant and sensitive women. The women who wear Sung are experts on fashion and like to surround themselves with luxury. Its unique essences will create a pure aura of freshness and nonchalance around you.

The top tones of Alfred Sung Sung are dominated by exotic ylang-ylang, fresh bergamot, lemon, hyacinth in bloom, and a mixture of mandarins and oranges. Its floral heart is formed by silky jasmine, iris, and intoxicating lily. The amazing final shade of the whole composition is created and underlined by energizing amber full of sunshine, sandal wood, exciting vanilla, and unique vetiver. Alfred Sung is an excellent perfume for women which is perfectly suitable to wear all day long.

Discover the beauty of a pure style and fall in love with Alfred Sung Sung!

Ingredients

Top notes - They develop straight after you put the fragrance on. They create the first impression and tend to be quite intense, but not long-lasting.
Top notes
Tangerine, Hyacinth, Bergamot, Lemon, Ylang-Ylang, Orange
Middle notes - The heart of the fragrance comes out after a couple of minutes when the head of the scent fades away. These notes usually last around 2 to 3 hours.
Middle notes
Lily, Jasmine, Iris
Base notes - The last and often longest part of the fragrance's evolution on your skin. Takes anywhere from 4 hours to over a day.
Base notes
Amber, Vanilla, Vetiver, Sandalwood
Fragrance category
floral

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