Fragrance description Gellé Frères Queen Next Door Ylang-Ylang Fatal
Your seductive game make sens with the Ylang-Ylang Fatal range! A palace revolution is on the cards tonight! Down with protocol, up with spontaneity! The sensual and bewitching Ylang-Ylang flower will unleash your senses. You are so irresistible. You well know your mass seduction weapons. The perfect red lip, a slinky dress and a tooch of folly, all together making the sexiest cocktail, wich your King will inevitably be overcome...
A tactile Gellé Frères Queen Next Door Ylang-Ylang perfume on the surface with a sensual, almost carnal sillage. Opens with a citrus shiver thanks to the bergamot and mandarin. The heart note reveals a white hot aphrodisiac and slightly leathery ylang-ylang. The musky, vanilla base is entwined with sophisticated tonka bean and enchanting amber.
Alcohol-free and long-lasting, owing to its microencapsulated formula, Ylang-Ylang Fatal can be sprayed on skin or hair. An indulgent cloud of ultra-fine droplets in a single spritz.
- Base notes
- Amber, Honey, Tonka Beans
- Middle notes
- Top notes
- Bergamot, Tangerine
- Fragrance category
About the brand Gellé Frères
Born in 1826, Gellé Frères is a perfume house with an unique purpose, to wake up the Queen hiding in you.
The history of the brand starts when Gellé’s brothers inherit the formulae of Jean Louis Fargeon, perfumer of Marie-Antoinette Queen. Their goal: to democratize the beauty secrets of Queens thanks to the benefits of flowers.
Since the beginning, the house knew how to express an unique "savoir fleur". Rewarded for its inoovation in perfumery and cosmetic, Gellé Frères developped a knowledge of flowers between science and poetry, catching their soul in precious bottles.
Today, this "savoir-fleur" express itself by the 5 Perfumes Queen Next Door collection. Alcohol free, their subtil floral perfume is unveiling itself all day long, thanks to the micro-encapsulation innovative technologie.
The brand openned the gates of its ultra-connected shop on the Avenue de l’Opéra in Paris, to serve the queens arround its e-boudoir.