A flanker to the original Gucci Guilty, the packaging design is an enhanced, more opulent version of the original gold packaging. The original's muted metallic casing has been transformed into a richer, more opulent gold, its precious amber juice becoming bolder and darker. The sleek fusion of bolder gold metal and smoky grey glass, the signature interlocking Gs a window onto a delicate amber juice; the flacon will prove as covetable an accessory as the latest Gucci bag. The perfume bottle in the photos is a small bottle, part of a coffret, and the packaging is different from the predominantly gold regular-sized spray bottle.
Gucci Guilty Intense Eau de Parfum - Fragrance NotesNotes: Mandarin, Pink Pepper, Peach, Lilac, Geranium, Ambery Notes, Patchouli.
Style: Audacious. Provocative. Alluring.
Guilty Intense is a perfect winter's day perfume. A spicy floral with notes of patchouli and amber, this definitely won't be the first pick for anyone with a sensitive nose. Despite being quite intense, Gucci Guilty Intense is a very grown-up rounded fragrance. The initial notes, immediately as I dab it on, are a bit sharp but settle down quite fast into a spicy floral with hints of sweetness from the violet. The base notes of patchouli and amber soon float up adding a warmth and muskiness to the fragrance. I love to add a few drops to my wrist, and that gives a much subtler, lingering effect to this perfume. The perfume, despite being quite strong, doesn't really last the whole day on me, fading off by about 3 hours but never quite disappearing. I would keep Gucci Guilty Intense for cooler winter days, but used sparingly, I think it would work just as well any time of the year - and of course, this would make a great evening/night time perfume.
Gucci Guilty Intense Eau de Parfum - Ingredients List
I haven't tried the original Gucci Guilty yet to compare this to, but I seem to love amber-patchouli bases and spicy fragrances, and Gucci Intense is definitely one of my favorites.
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