Hypnôse de Lancôme is a Limited Edition “Eau de Parfum” for women that is included in the Oriental family. With this creation, the firm moves away from its characteristic floral aromas to enter a world of new sensations, betting on the incorporation of vanilla, an ingredient that stands out for its sweetness and creaminess.
This fragrance was launched in 2005 by perfumers Annick Menardo and Thierry Wasser. We are before the pure silhouette of passion, mystery and seduction. A perfume that captivates with its unique presence and immerses us in a sweet and pleasant dream, in which we become the protagonists of a suggestive and ardent story.
Its olfactory pyramid follows the classic floral evolution, but with variations and incorporations of novel techniques in the art of perfumery. It begins with an enveloping, sumptuous and bewitching note, the passion flower, also known as the passion flower, with exotic connotations. Next, we find a heart formed by a bouquet of jasmine and gardenia, marking a very feminine trail and highlighting sensuality. Finally, its background assumes a total role with the presence of vanilla, with a sweet and enveloping presence, which surrounds a woody vetiver accord.
COMFORTABLE DENSITY. The wake of this perfume has a high density, but it does not become filling or cloying. Although it has a high concentration of vanilla, it does not fall into the stereotype of fragrance that is too sweet or youthful in appearance.
FRAGRANCE 50. Hypnôse is Lancôme's 50th fragrance, with it the firm decided to mark a turning point in its aromatic line and launch into paths never explored by them.
MAGIE. The striking bottle of the fragrance is a current version of the iconic Magie, a perfume that Lancôme launched in the 50s and that stood out for its modernity. Carved from glass, it adopts a purple hue and symbolizes the silhouette of a woman wrapped in a kimono.