I remember the time in my childhood when wearing rose perfume was an epitome of bad taste. Rose essences, which were popular then, smelled like rose petal jam my grandma used to make and stuff her pastries with.
Much has changed since that time, rose perfumes got new bottom notes, new bottles, new brand names and with this face lift they entered a much more sophisticated market.
And I must admit that as years went by I found out that I actually liked rosy scents. I currently own Couleurs by Kenzo and Chloe Roses and Diptique Eau Rose are on my wishlist. The thing is that most of those rosy scents are almost the same and while they all seem lovely, I don't see the point of owning all of them at the same time.
Tous Rosa, however, is totally different.
The first impression is that it's another attempt to lock roses in a bottle, but soon after that strong musky and sweet vanilla notes take over. I really like this perfume as it is a completely different take on a topic that seems so cliche, but I would prefer it to be less sweet overall.
I feel this perfume doesn't last more than two to three hours on my skin, but on my clothes it survives pretty much until the end of the day.
Disclaimer: I received this product as a complimentary sample for my personal use and I'm not affiliated with any company. I am not paid to do this review and everything I said here is my personal opinion.