Jeu d’Amour is a fragrance made to appeal to women. Then rejoice in his coming, especially if you are greedy. In addition, this perfume by Kenzo embodies all facets of the love game . He then mixes desire with romanticism and the two become one in an incredible game of olfactory seduction. This gourmet floral makes you smile, as if seducing suddenly became child’s play.
Kenzo seems to be playing on his charm
With Jeu d’Amour, Kenzo wants to play, to smile, to seduce and even to provoke. Love becomes a daring bet and seduction is done with humor. Time is suspended, eyes are lost in a whirlwind of madness and each expression has a daring meaning. With Jeu d’Amour, feelings are more exciting than a game of cards. The key is to know how to maintain a part of the mystery and not to reveal anything too quickly. The charm is omnipresent and is played in an atmosphere between shadow and light. This gourmet floral is like this: feminine, sensual and captivating. Jeu d’Amour captures us instantly with its notes of blood mandarin mixed with tea and pomegranate. The start of Jeu d’Amour is very tangy and mouth watering. Its heart is therefore very tempting and contains floral notes of tuberose and freesia. Finally, the wake is comfortable and milky. It combines sandalwood with musk and offers us a captivating olfactory rendering. The bottle, meanwhile, is very borrowed from the world of Kenzo and is strongly inspired by that of the fragrance Amour. Its color is reminiscent of that of the skin and its shape evokes a long gala dress. All the feminine sensuality is there and the temptation is instantaneous. Its color is reminiscent of that of the skin and its shape evokes a long gala dress. All the feminine sensuality is there and the temptation is instantaneous. Its color is reminiscent of that of the skin and its shape evokes a long gala dress. All the feminine sensuality is there and the temptation is instantaneous.
Louise Bourgoin as the face of the Love Game
Lately, Louise Bourgoin has become quite rare in the cinema, so we did not shy away from our pleasure in rediscovering her playfulness thanks to Kenzo. Indeed, it was she who was chosen to lend her face to the Jeu d’Amour fragrance. To shoot this ad, it flew in the direction of Havana, and more precisely Cuba. She is then accompanied by the model Adrien Brunier and, making the two accomplices accomplices was not very complicated since they are in this case together in real life. Louise Bourgoin could not be sexier. We find her wearing a black dress and her mouth adorned with a very red lipstick. It then lends itself to a card game associated with a game of seduction to the limit of slipping. The two accomplices then ask only to succumb to the call of temptation, under the equivocal gaze of their table neighbors. The atmosphere is very sensual and not devoid of humor; in perfect correlation with Kenzo’s Jeu d’Amour fragrance.
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