The Chanel Allure fragrances are less well known than the more famous Chanel Coco Mademoiselle and N.o. 5 though I don’t think they should be overlooked. This article explains the difference between the various versions of Chanel Allure
Table of Contents
- Chanel Allure Eau de Parfum
- Chanel Allure Eau de Toilette
- Chanel Allure Parfum
- Chanel Allure Sensuelle
Chanel Allure Eau de Parfum
Chanel Allure is a classic Peach perfume. Vanilla works really well with Peach and Allure was one of the first fragrances to combine the two scents. I think Chanel Allure is the fruitiest perfumes Chanel make. Nevertheless, a Jasmine and Orange Blossom heart create floral undertones which are classic and clean.
I recommend Chanel Allure Eau de Parfum for the day time and any time of the year.
Chanel Allure Eau de Toilette
The Chanel Allure Eau de Toilette is lighter and fresher than the Eau de Parfum. A Mandarin Orange note accompanies the Peach to create a fresh and citrus perfume which works perfectly for humid weather.
Chanel Allure Parfum
The parfum version of Chanel Allure is a very concentrated formula which sits close to the skin. It simplifies the fragrance to the core notes of Orange and Vanilla. Without the alcohol of the Eau de Parfum Chanel Allure Parfum doesn’t have as much projection but it does last longer.
Chanel Allure Sensuelle
Chanel Allure Sensuelle is totally different to the original Allure fragrances. Allure Sensuelle is a spicy Patchouli scent which has more in common with Chanel Coco than with Allure.
Rose and Iris make up the floral elements of the fragrance, both of which are warm and deep. In my view, Chanel Allure Sensuelle is a winter fragrance and Allure is for summer.