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Moschino were not joking when they say it smells of wood, flowers and musk and I think the way they have been blended together is quite sloppy so that all of these things (and others that I cannot identify!!) are all mixed in together and it makes the perfume smell like something that is much cheaper than the regular price tag suggests!!
It's heavy and musky when I first apply Moschino Femme with the wood and musk being the first things I can smell, it's not as strong as it sounds and is quite washed out even though the fragrance is so heavy. It lingers around me in a way that I liked at first but now I've worn it a few times it's this first smell that makes me feel a little bit sick and I think that's because of the way the wood and musk fragrances are put together with not very much else to stop it being so overwhelming. I know I sound like I'm contradicting myself in this paragraph but it's so hard to explain that this perfume is strong but diluted at the same time and unless you smell it for yourself you will probably not understand what I mean.
The perfume stays on my skin for about 4 hours and that is what I would expect for an Eau de Toilette, I can smell it all through this time when I move around and it stays quite strong on my skin so I know people who are moving in close to me will be able to smell it (that isn't always a good thing though because now I don't like this perfume so much I don't want my friends and colleagues to smell it so strongly!!).
Through that four hours the perfume doesn't change very much but a harsh floral smell comes through that has hints of rose and ylang ylang, I wouldn't say that the perfume smells of either of those floral notes particularly but they are apparent underneath all the other smells that I cannot identify but even if those are two of your favourite smells in a perfume I still wouldn't say this is recommendable because all the floral notes are very synthetic and not very nice.
There are some spicy fragrances mixed in with the rest of the notes in the perfume, Moschino say that those are nutmeg and coriander but I don't think I can smell those two ingredients and again the perfume has been mixed up too much and it's so badly blended that I have problems trying to find the notes even when I look at the perfume description and know what I should be looking for.
Launched in 1987, Moschino this refined, oriental fragrance explores essences of coriander, gardenia and carnation blended with notes of nutmeg, vanilla and amber. This fragrance is recommended for evening wear.