Name: Touch of Pink
What I liked:
- nice scent
- the packaging
What I didn’t like:
- not longlasting
Touch of Pink by Lacoste was introduced on the market in 2004. It is a fruity, floral scent packaged in a very eye-catching bottle. The base of the tall and slender bottle is bright pink, which gradually fades into white as it gets near the top. It’s simple but very pretty!
When you first spray the perfume on, it has a strong fruity and sweet scent of blood orange with a hint of cardamom, which gives the fragrance a slight spiciness that compliments the orange note very well. The top notes, however, soon disappear and are replaced by a flower blend.
Despite the middle notes, jasmine and violet, being floral, the scent is not too floral and sweet, which is something that really puts me off in a perfume. The drydown is musky and sweet: the vanilla note is very prominent and complimented by just a hint of musk.
The perfume is light which makes it suitable for daytime and perfect to wear in the summer. It’s not the most original fragrance on the market, but still it’s nice and would suit women of all ages.
Touch of Pink is an Eau De Toilette and that’s why the staying power isn’t very good. It only last 3-4 hours on me and I constantly need to reapply it throughout the day.
Touch of Pink is a light and sweet fruity/floral scent with a musky drydown which is perfect for summertime. The staying power is very poor but since this is an Eau De Toilette, it is to be expected.