Scent of the Day: Manifesto L’Eclat by Yves Saint Laurent Perfume Review

Manifesto L'Eclat

Our scent of the day is Manifesto L’Eclat by Yves Saint Laurent for women. The original Manifesto is a favorite for many and L’Eclat is a more refreshing-green version in comparison. The original was very woodsy, rich, and full of vanilla; whereas, this fragrance still has vanilla and woodsy nuances, though, it is also vibrant and green with interesting notes of tea and currant buds. This fragrance opens with fresh bergamot, currant buds and green tea. The heart is a full floral bouquet of mainly jasmine, along with freesia and orange blossom. The base is warm and soft with vanilla, cashmere wood, sandalwood, and tonka bean. This is a long lasting fragrance that works best in fall and spring. Manifesto L’Eclat has a creamy warm base, yet is delightfully bright and green. We think that this could be the perfect fragrance to introduce the upcoming spring weather.

Have you been fond of vanillas and rich white florals this winter? Not ready to take the dive into fully floral-aquatic scents for spring and summer? Start the season off right with a green-vanilla scent. You get the best of both worlds with Manifesto L’Eclat. You can feel refreshed and clean and also cozy and warm with a vanilla infused base. If you love vanilla scents and aren’t ready to let them go along with the winter season, then this is a must try fragrance for you!

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Manifesto L'Eclat

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