Jontue Perfume by Revlon, Green, white, and yellow floral scents form Jontue, a colorful fragrance for women that has been intoxicating the olfactory senses since 1976.
Soothing chamomile dominates the top notes, which also include piquant floral notes of gardenia and rose, aromatic cypress, and a bittersweet note of bergamot. Innocence and experience come together in the middle notes, where the childlike essence of mimosa meets the carnal nature of tuberose, and floral notes of ylang-ylang and geranium blend with savory sage. The herbal character of the fragrance is further expressed in camphorous base notes of patchouli and benzoin, along with dry, woodsy notes of vetiver and oakmoss. A touch of musk evokes the animalic instinct.
Founded during the great depression, Revlon is an American cosmetics company that rose to success in the 1930s with a pigmented nail polish that was more opaque than the polishes made with dyes. Chemist Charles Lachman created the company with the Revson brothers in 1932, and since 1935, the company has released nearly 70 different fragrances. This earthy, herbaceous fragrance is well suited for springtime. Its bright yellow floral notes make it most appropriate for day.