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Byredo Velvet Haze

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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume before you invest in a bottle. Unfortunately, we cannot refund any product that you do not like. If you are new to perfume or wanting to break out of wearing the same scent, try our starter sampler packs so that you can find the perfume that works for you.

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Byredo Velvet Haze was launched in 2017, created by Jerome Epinette.  An amber woody with notes of coconut, hibiscus, bergamot, patchouli, tuberose, osmanthus, musk cacao pod, ambrette and cashmeran.  It was inspired by the dazed state you get to in an artificial paradise.

Founded in 2006 in Sweden Byredo perfume's creator Ben Gorham (former basketball player) wanted to create perfumes of quality while keeping their production in Sweden.  Gorham had been fascinated with fragrance much of his life. When he meet Pierre Wulff, a perfumer, Byredo came into being.  Currently Gorham works with Olivia Giacobetti and Jerome Epinette to create his line of perfumes

Byredo Velvet Haze reviews

Kafkaesque - "Velvet Haze opens on my skin with sweet coconut milk lightly dusted with milk chocolate, and a fresh but tropical floralcy. It’s not a heavy, beachy, plastic “coconut” note like so many that one finds in perfumery, but more like sweet milk that has a tropical and faintly nutty character about it. The milky, sweet bouquet is then infused with patchouli that is more like a gentle aura than a hardcore patchouli note. It’s clean, quietly spiced and just barely veined with leafy greenness. The whole thing is then bundled up in fluffy, clean white musks which, to my surprise, do not smell of laundry notes at all. They’re simply fluffy, pillowy, almost downy in feel. The result is a rather cozy, comforting, soothing fragrance that envelops you in softness and sweetness. At times, the opening 20 minutes called to mind sweet breakfast cereal milk, only this is better and more interesting, thanks to its extremely gentle auras of patchouli, cocoa, spice, and tropical floralcy."

From Basenotes - "Cocoa note & musk have a gourmand flavor. The cocoa isn't sweet; it's not quite bitter either. There is a strange, vague note that reminds me of gardenia, as it rests on my skin a long while."

From Who What Wear - " I prefer it for evening, as it's a bit musky, but it's also a great anytime scent during fall and winter. When I first sprayed it on, I was struck by the smell of patchouli but it softens beautifully. Highly recommend."

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  • ElaineLG - 26th Nov 2021

    3
    Whoa! It Needs Some Taming

    My habit when applying a new fragrance is to dab sparingly. Wow and Whoa!!! This is a very strong fragrance where the patchouli and musk are definitely front and center and both acting like 2 DIVAS. After 2 hours post application, the patch and musk were still going STRONG. In defense of the patch and musk, you can tell it's of high quality and not some head-shop variety. On my skin the cocoa and ambrette were lost. Because of the strength, this fragrance did not come across to my nose as being velvety or in a haze. It just seemed harsh and not wrist sniff worthy. I was a college person in the hippie 70s, and this fragrance would have been a hit back then. It brought back some wild memories for me. LOL. This fragrance is unisex, and I've seen reviews by both men and women. For me, I'd rather smell it on a man. It's very long lasting with a more than moderate sillage. If you like patchouli and musk, this fragrance is for you.

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  • ElaineLG - 26th Nov 2021

    3
    Whoa! It Needs Some Taming

    My habit when applying a new fragrance is to dab sparingly. Wow and Whoa!!! This is a very strong fragrance where the patchouli and musk are definitely front and center and both acting like 2 DIVAS. After 2 hours post application, the patch and musk were still going STRONG. In defense of the patch and musk, you can tell it's of high quality and not some head-shop variety. On my skin the cocoa and ambrette were lost. Because of the strength, this fragrance did not come across to my nose as being velvety or in a haze. It just seemed harsh and not wrist sniff worthy. I was a college person in the hippie 70s, and this fragrance would have been a hit back then. It brought back some wild memories for me. LOL. This fragrance is unisex, and I've seen reviews by both men and women. For me, I'd rather smell it on a man. It's very long lasting with a more than moderate sillage. If you like patchouli and musk, this fragrance is for you.

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